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Attracting & Retaining a Reliable Workforce
In today’s post-COVID workplace, attracting and retaining dependable, qualified workers is challenging, especially for manufacturing and service-related businesses. Participate in a panel discussion where topics will include pay structures, benefits, and workplace environments that are important today in attracting millennials and Gen-X workers. We will explore what attributes help retain workers of all generations in today’s environment.

Who Should Attend: Managers and business owners who are struggling to find and/or retain people to work in manufacturing or technical service-related industries; executives searching for unique ways to distinguish themselves in today’s job search market.

This event is part of a triannual series featuring speakers & panelists who discuss ways to successfully overcome challenges faced by today’s industrial sector.

ECS events are interactive and cut to the chase so you can quickly develop and implement an action plan. We identify specific tools and methodologies that are tried and true. Every recommendation we provide has an eye to ensuring the bottom line of your company grows.

Oct 6, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Chris DiMascio
Partner @Empirical Consulting Soltuions
is an ECS Partner with broad operations and C-suite experience from a background in the FTSE 100. Chris brings a firsthand, realistic view of operations strategy development and has successfully translated his global experience to the dynamics of small- and medium-sized manufacturers.
Karen Butz
Partner @Empirical Consulting Solutions
is an ECS partner with broad experience in the analysis of an organization’s human capital and predicting the impact it can have on current and future business outcomes.
Tony Ryan
Mechanical Assembler @PacPro Inc.
is a Mechanical Assembler at PacPro Inc. Tony has worked in several mechanically- oriented positions while developing and pursuing his passion for sound engineering. Tony joins our panel as a 26-year-old millennial in the workforce to offer his views on the current job market.
Jay Strunk
Board Member @The Western Montgomery Career & Technology Center
is a Board member of the Pottsgrove School District & The Western Montgomery Career & Technology Center. Jay has nearly 50 years of experience in leadership and management development, creating development cultures, managing change, and employee engagement.