Thought Leadership Hub - Labour Market

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Name: Thought Leadership Hub - Labour Market
Date: October 21, 2020
Time: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM CST
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:
Labour Market 
Ms Angela Degelman, Managing Consultant, David Aplin Group

“David Aplin Group has a 45-year track record of success in professional, specialized recruitment. They provide top talent to businesses across Canada in Engineering, Accounting & Finance, IT, Administration, HR, Sales, and more. Not only do they recruit for executive and permanent, full time positions,  they also fill temporary and contract roles. Their consultants are committed to the Saskatchewan market, helping local talent find work and bringing national talent into the province when the need arises. Positively impacting lives is at the core of what the David Aplin Group does. Through the COVID-19 pandemic, they continue to help Saskatchewan locals grow their businesses and their careers. “
Angela is based out of Saskatoon and specializes in the placement of Accounting & Finance professionals and manages business operations throughout the province. With more than 20 years of sales and customer service experience, she is also an independent and successful business owner with a great understanding of the needs of the client. With her entrepreneurial spirit and track record of success, Angela brings fresh new ideas and versatility to her role at David Aplin Group.

This is not a webinar! This is a thought-leadership session where sharing challenges, solutions, pain-points and BIG ideas will be encouraged! Thought leadership is about tapping into your talents, experience and passion to answer the BIGGEST questions.

In the post-pandemic era, trends around certain sectors and business models could grow and intensify , while others might reverse or decline. What might this mean for the Saskatchewan labour market?

What role can businesses play in improving alignment of the education and training system so education institutions are teaching marketable and employable skills?
Furloughed staff (due to pandemic, automation or other trends), how can their skills be transferred to another career? What jobs are available? How can we achieve inclusive growth?

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Live Virtual Meeting & Discussion
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Date/Time Information:
October 21, 2020
8:30AM - 10:00AM 
Contact Information:
Elissa LaLiberte
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