MSCA CONNECT 2017 Education Conference Highlight Our One-Day Optional Bonus Program!

June 28, 2017
Join us for Managing Your People Profits on Sunday, October 15th at
MSCA CONNECT 2017 Education Conference!

In this one-day optional bonus program, MSCA will share proven strategies and tactics necessary to build a talent plan and pipeline. This session will help you with your investment strategies to find the right people to join your team and ensure long-term stability and growth and to understand the importance of generational differences (GenZ, Millennials, GenX and Boomers), engaging available technology solutions and the impact on your profitability will be discussed.

Jon Finch, VP of Training and Recruiting for Milwaukee Tool, with years of experience working with Milwaukee’s recruiting model, will be sharing best practices for success. He has spent the last 17 years working on finding the best people to help the company grow over 20% each year.

This dynamic session will give you the opportunity to learn best practices and share with your peers the challenges you are facing. You will delve into strategic planning for your future success and leave with the tools you need to get your company ahead of this challenge – instead of constantly reacting to changes.  Topics include:

  • The cost of turnover and recruiting
  • Planning for your employment needs
  • Prospecting for future employees
  • Best practice hiring decisions
  • Behavior Based Interview models
  • Investment strategy and return values

The cost for this one-day optional bonus program is $500 and includes breakfast and lunch as well as session workbook and materials. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insightful recruiting strategies to sustain and grow your business!

For additional information and to register, click on the buttons below:

MSCA 2017 Conference Program

MSCA 2017 Conference Website

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