1. Cooking with Qualified People: A Recipe for Success
By 2015, the projected shortages for cooks will grow to 13,600. Working with some of Canada's top chefs, employers, and educators, CTHRC has developed a Draft Cooks Qualifications Framework to improve the ability to attract and retain qualified workers. The framework supports learner and worker mobility, aiding in the recognition of qualifications earned outside of Canada. The session will feature current labour market data, present the pan-Canadian framework, and highlight opportunities to find great people.
2. Return on “Effort”: Finding and Keeping Great People
Employers of Choice know that reduced turnover, greater productivity, higher quality of service, and increased guest satisfaction and loyalty directly impact the bottom line. This session will identify how you can gain better results from your HR efforts by identifying HR as a company and business priority.
3. CSI: HR - Capturing Seasonal Interest
In this session you will explore the potential “whos” as well as “hows” to hire, orient, and provide results-based training amidst time constraints. Panelists will draw from their experiences and best practices in engaging seasonal employees and volunteers who return each year.
4. Intellectual Capital ROI: Measuring HR and its Impact with Dr. Nick Bontis, Ph.D. (maximum 50 attendees for this session)
As a follow-up to his morning keynote presentation, Dr. Nick Bontis will discuss the results of a ground-breaking new HR methodology that measures the antecedents of effective human capital management and the eventual drivers of organizational performance. Make your HR metrics come alive and learn about the power of causal models.