Join employers in exploring best practices for recruiting ready to work talent.
JPMorgan Chase / Gap Inc. / Jos. H. Lowenstein & Sons / Principal / Prudential / Robert Half / U.S. Bank / Wells Fargo
Beverly Riddick, Executive Director, Ready To Work Business Collaborative
Gad Levanon, Ph.D., Chief Economist, North America, The Conference Board
Presentation of current statistics of the labor market and skills shortage
Employer Success Stories
Learn about programs that corporations have implemented to aid in hiring veterans, long term unemployed, underemployed, opportunity youth, and people with disabilities.
New Start Career Network, Heldrich Center for Workforce Development: Issues and solutions around the long-term unemployed
Principal Financial Group: Mentorship from high school through employment— first generation college graduates
Gap Inc.: Hiring opportunity youth
Wells Fargo: Hiring long-term unemployed in targeted geographic areas
U.S. Bank: Hiring veterans
Jos. H. Lowenstein: America Works, non-college, manufacturing program
EY: Hiring people with disabilities
Prudential: Hiring veterans
Robert Half: Methods to recruit ready to work talent
Break for Lunch
• ‘Ready to Work’ Talent Acquisition Best Practices
• Setting Goals, Metrics and Ways of Evaluating ‘Ready to Work’ Initiatives
Sharing group outcomes with all participants
See bottom of page for resources from our March Convening.
March 15, 2017
8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Connections New York
150 East 42nd Street
New York City
Space is limited.
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