2018 Employer Seminars

Venue:

2018 Employer Seminars

Cincinnati,  

Time:

From  2018-12-07 13:30:00  to  2018-12-08 15:30:00
Event Description
Quarterly Employer Conferences All conferences will take place from 8:30-10:30am at the CityLink Center (800 Bank St. 45214) Cost $30 per person per session or $75 if you register for all 3 remaining sessions Free parking available and a light breakfast will be served   Friday April 27, 2018 - Frontline disasters & There’s no such thing as turnover How do your frontline supervisors cope with the barriers today’s entry-level workforce is facing?  Does your team understand poverty and how to effectively manage/coach an individual living below the federal poverty guidelines? How is turnover affecting your organization? How can you retain your workforce and increase productivity all while building into your employees? Friday August 24, 2018 - Who needs a GED & Felonies for everyone Did you know that the current GED test is actually modeled after a college prep exam rather than a high school equivalency test? There is a new and exciting alternative to the GED test that employers can use to ensure employees have the basic knowledge to the job. We can’t wait to share with you how this test can show you if someone would be a good fit for your position or not. Are you familiar with the CQE and how it protects you as an employer? Do you know what it means for a potential employee to possess a CQE? Friday October 26, 2018 - I don’t need a car do you & Beacon of Hope testimonials Is your company located on the bus line? Do your shifts line up with the bus schedule? Are you having trouble filling your vacant positions and you know transportation is an issue?  Cincinnati Works in partnership with Beacon of Hope would like to discuss your transportation challenges and brainstorm solutions with you. Friday December 7, 2018 - To benefit or not to benefit & Drugs make a difference What is the “benefits cliff”? Has the benefits cliff impacted your workforce and you don’t even know it? The drug epidemic is only getting worse and with all of the talk of the legalization of marijuana finding workers who can pass either an initial drug screen or a random drug screen can be challenging. During this session we will share with you what other employers are doing to combat this epidemic and the rise in failed drug screens.