Employer Learning Forum

Employer Learning Forum

November 28, 2017

The Demand for Talent is a leading priority for Ottawa businesses.

About 50% of Ottawa employers plan to hire in the next year. Are you one of them?

Join us to learn about startling findings from the 2017 Ottawa Business Growth Survey on the city’s growing need for talent, and how skilled immigrants fit into the puzzle.

The Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and Hire Immigrants Ottawa invite you to join experts and business leaders as they share unreleased data and analysis on employers’ perspectives and experiences accessing skilled international talent.

Representatives from Abacus Data, Welch LLP, BDC and The Ottawa Chamber of Commerce will unpack the 2017 Ottawa Business Growth Survey findings and share insights on how companies can address the growing need for a skilled workforce, while positioning Ottawa as a destination of choice for talent.

Participants can expect to:

  • Gain a broader understanding of the Ottawa Business Growth Survey results and what this means for your business.
  • Learn about how the Ottawa labour force is changing and how this could affect your next hire.
  • Gain tips and tools on where to find talent and resources to effectively leverage a diverse workforce.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to network with peers and skilled immigrants.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 (1:00PM to 3:30PM)

WHERE: Export Development Canada (EDC) 150 Slater Street, Ottawa, ON K1A 1K3

ADMISSION: FREEAdvance Registration is Mandatory by November 21, 2017 (there will be no registration at the door)

REGISTER: Online or by email at: events@hireimmigrantsottawa.ca

AUDIENCE: Employers, Small to Medium-size Enterprises, HR Practitioners and Managers.

For additional information, please contact Lorena Costa at: events@hireimmigrantsottawa.ca or       613-228-6715.

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