North West: Building a Stronger Workforce Through Effective Recruitment
|DATE:||January 15th 2019|
|8:00 am to 12:00 pm|
Looking to grow, build or readjust your department or business? Need to attract qualified applicants when there is an industry shortage? Looking to develop your skills in recruitment and make this your best year ever? Would you like to reduce turnover?
It is not a secret that poor recruitment can make or break a workplace culture and can be a very costly mistake! Attracting, hiring and retaining the right people for your organization can be a challenge at any time.
Join industry leader Michelle Alcorn for this invigorating and informative half-day session that will reinforce your knowledge of industry trends and the impact of strong recruitment practices, explain how you can improve rates of attraction and recruitment, as well as clarify how you can foster a desired place to work resulting in a more productive, healthy and happy staff. People make the difference!!
North-West: Working together while appreciating our differences
|DATE:||February 12th 2019|
|8:00 am to 12:00 pm|
First and foremost, the quality, efficiency and dynamism of a team depend on those who are its members. It is therefore necessary to know oneself and to value the differences of others. Everyone is special and has their own qualities and limitations. There are many types of personalities. A team is at its strongest when it is made up of various personalities. Knowing all these personalities and maximizing the strengths of the individuals that make up the group will help create a team spirit oriented towards achieving common objectives. This conference will give us the tools we need to work together to overcome the countless challenges that life presents to us.
North West: This event is canceled How to Navigate Immigration Recruitment – Who, What, Where, When & Why?
|DATE:||March 27th 2019|
|8:00 am to 12:00 pm|
This event is canceled
In New Brunswick, multiple employment sectors continue to express their need for a strong, vibrant, and well-prepared work force. Increasingly, this need is on the rise and results in the question “Where will these workers come from?”
This 3-part conversational style presentation will highlight opportunities around meeting the challenges of the current New Brunswick workforce environment. The focus will be on :
WHAT programs are there to help take advantage of these opportunities?
WHY and WHEN should economic immigration should be considered?
HOW local organizations can provide support, information, and more?
The Government of New Brunswick, Department of Post-Secondary Education Training and Labour will provide information on the various streams available to employers to help them successfully navigate and meet their human resource needs. From creating employee training plans to developing recruitment strategies and implementing onboarding initiatives, you will:
LEARN about the supports available to access potential employees from across New Brunswick, throughout Canada, and around the world.
HEAR about the challenges and successes experienced by all – employers, service providers and the newcomers themselves.
For a better understanding about these initiatives and details about immigration as a recruitment option and join us for this PD Session
North West: Become an Impactful Leader in Human Resources Management!
|DATE:||May 2nd 2019|
|8:00 am to 10:30 am|
As an employer, it's very important to stay up to date with new tendencies in order to stand out. In this conference, we will discuss 7 primary topics for employers wanting to be proactive as well as able to take action!
- Employer Brand
- Employee Experience
- Global Remuneration
- Sharing Knowledge
- Cultural Diversity
- Artificial Intelligence
Optimize your practice with these new tendencies!
North-West: Leading Five Generations in the Workplace
|DATE:||September 25th 2019|
|8:00 am to 12:00 pm|
Have you noticed the age difference of the people sitting near you at work? Look around at your next meeting, and you will see someone close to retirement sitting next to a freshly out-of-school graduate. These circumstances present a unique challenge for today's leaders: how to motivate and manage an inter-generational workforce.
As New-Brunswick's population continues to age, those left in the workforce will be faced with challenges never seen before. Eddie LeMoine will bring participants through a journey to understand the impact of the aging population and how to create a workplace that will attract and retain a winning team. You will discover how to work across five generations, in a multicultural and diverse workforce. This presentation is packed with content participants can use as soon as they go back to work.
Aging demographics and the shrinking workforce has been a front and center topic for several years. With people living longer, staying in the workforce longer or re-entering the workforce after retirement, we are now experiencing the latest form of diversity in the workplace—five generations! Should leaders be concerned about these shifting generation gaps? Definitely! To achieve maximum productivity and a great work environment, an effective leader is a leader who understands, manages, and communicates across all generations.
Today it's commonplace for five generations to be working side by side within an organization. This recent phenomenon is contributing to the newest and probably most significant workplace challenge for today's leaders. Research shows that bridging the generation gap leads to a more productive and happy work environment. Managing a specific generation (e.g., the Millennials) is no longer enough. It is now critical for a leader to understand, manage, and communicate cogently across all ages. Eddie LeMoine has been delivering keynote presentations and training sessions on the inter-generational workplace since 2005 and is considered a foremost authority on this topic. Let him share his insights for leading each generation in your organization.
Eddie LeMoine has made an extensive study of the inter-generational workplace. His observations are enlightening, and his presentations are delightfully entertaining and content-rich. Thousands of participants have learned from and enjoyed this presentation, and it continues to be one of his most popular topics. It is delivered in an engaging, fast-paced, and entertaining session filled with stories anecdotes and videos.
- How the retiring baby-boom cohort will impact workplace
- How to communicate effectively with all generations
- What unique characteristics each generation has and how to motivate them
- How to work effectively with each generation that you are not a part of
- What the key motivators are for each generation
- The “Curtain call” retaining workers after retirement age.
- Why the biggest competition in the future will be for human resources.
- How to relate to clients from all generations
- Harness the expertise of long-term employees. How technology will become more important to offset the shrinking workforce.
- What are successful organizations doing to attract, engage, and retain workers?
- The cost of losing an employee and the impact it has on costs and benefits
- How to keep people in the workforce
- Why the one size fits all approach to employee benefits, and office environment will not work in the future.
- Successfully navigate diverse demographics and skillfully integrate five generations in one workplace.
- Interpret future trends and their impact on your organization
- Improve productivity
- Contain cost
Nord-ouest Création de communautés et de milieux de travail inclusifs
|DATE:||November 19th 2019|
|8:00 am to 10:00 am|