CME HR Conference HUMAN RESOURCES INNOVATION/BEST PRACTICES “PLANNING FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE FUTURE”A MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS PARTNERSHIP
DATE: Thurs. Feb. 28,
TIME; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Sheraton Hotel, St. John’s
Cost: $75.00 CME Member OR $150.00 Non Member
REGISTRATION: Click here to register online
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: Tue., Feb. 26
Emad Rizkalla, President & CEO, Bluedrop: Performance Learning, Skills Training & Innovation “We hire the very best people. Add openness and transparency. Subtract corporate politics. Divide to conquer opportunity. Multiply by innovation. That’s Bluedrop. That is who we are.” With over one hundred employees from the east to the west coast of Canada, Bluedrop invests in systems, technologies, people and processes.
Matthew Wilson, Vice President, National Policy of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, on building a productive and innovative workforce for Canadian industry.
Karen Martin, Principal Consultant, Karen Martin & Associates, with give the Keynote Address in which she will describe an effective HR toolbox for combating chaos by creating the organizational conditions that will allow your improvement efforts to return greater gains. Proven, practical, and surprisingly simple, Karen’s system focuses on four key behaviors for operational excellence—Clarity, Focus, Discipline, Engagement—that, once instilled into a company’s DNA, opens the door to sustainable growth and profitability.
Human Resources Best Practices Panel
- Cathy Bennett, CEO/Owner, Bennett Group of Companies
- Janet Joyce, Manager of Human Resources, Coleman’s
- Karen Brake, HR Manager, Molson Coors Canada
- Jason Smith, General Manager, Smith Snacks
Concurrent Information Sessions
- Tina Pomroy, Pomroy Consulting & Eleanor Mayo, Advanced Education and Skills – Recruitment & Retention
- Scott Curtis, TWI Institute – Training Within Industry Session