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Tips for Attracting and Retaining the Right Workers

Panelist list, sponsors and information regarding December 16 webinar
Thursday, December 16, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Price: 
FREE

Cal Coastal SBDC and the City of Seaside present: Tips for Attracting and Retaining the Right Workers.

Join via zoom OR the watch party at the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce office

Facilitator- Cindy Merzon

Panel:

  • Chris Donnelly – Director Monterey County Workforce Development Board (MCWDB) - brief overview of the Monterey County workforce and current labor shortage (short presentation)
  • Laura Kershner – Business Services, MCWDB – how the MCWDB can assist businesses with HR Support (prescreening job applicants, assist with job descriptions and job posting on CALJOBS); Career Fairs/Customized Recruiting; On-the-Job Training; Incumbent Worker Training; Labor Market Information and Rapid Response Services due to anticipated/scheduled layoffs, business closures and natural/other disasters. (short presentation)
  • Leslie Cruz – SBDC HR Consultant – tips and tricks to help with successful recruiting, hiring and worker retention (response to facilitated Q&A)
  • Paul Weyant (invited) – Owner, Express Employment Professionals – short and long-term services provided by employment agencies (short presentation)
  • CA Employers Association (invited) - tips and tricks to help with successful recruiting, hiring and worker retention (response to facilitated Q&A)
     
  • Thanks to the Monterey County Business Council, Monterey County Workforce Development Board, Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and the Salinas Valley Chamber of Commerce for their promotional assistance. 
Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
353 Camino El Estero
Monterey
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