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Mature Worker Action Team Project - Age Friendly Workplace Strategies - Breakfast Speaker Series - Calgary

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When: 
Thursday , November 14 , 2019 at 7:30 am to 10:30 am
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Complimentary for all guest
Venue: 
CPHR Alberta Office - Calgary
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Breakfast will be provided

*Attending this event counts as 3 CPD hours - please save the confirmation of attendance email for your CPD log. 

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About the Event

The population of Calgary, Alberta and of Canada is changing and the economy has experienced numerous changes as well.  One of these changes is the fact that workers are aging, and we have fewer young people coming up behind to replace people who may be nearing a retirement age.  As well, people do not want to fully retire or are unable to retire by age 60 or 65.  They still want to contribute because they are still healthy, energetic and connected to the world of business. 

The Mature Worker Action Team Project is in collaboration with Calgary service providers, The City of Calgary and the Government of Alberta in support of getting Calgarians back to work specifically those age 50 plus.

Participate in this free session, designed specifically for employers to learn more about Age-Friendly Strategies and how to implement them within your organization.  In this session you will:

  • learn the value of hiring and retaining of older adults, and
  • gain information regarding age-friendly workplaces.
  • Address several barriers and challenges reported by both the mature job seeker as well as employers.  The session will provide tactics and materials for employers to engage in an Age-Friendly practices

About the Speaker

Speaker Name

Nicole Bourgeois is the Project Coordinator with the Mature Worker Action Team.  The Mature Worker Action Team Project is in collaboration with Calgary service providers, The City of Calgary and the Government of Alberta in support of getting Calgarians back to work specifically those age 50 plus.

Nicole has over 20 years of experience in recruitment, human resources and business management. She has obtained a Human Resource Certificate from Bow Valley College and a Certificate in Human Resource Management from Athabasca University.

Nicole’s experience includes over 12 years as an Employment and Inclusion Advisor with Champions Career Centre where she has written and counseled companies of various industries on Inclusion and Accommodation policies, assisted with recruitment and retention strategies and helped them obtain skilled talent.  Liaising with employers, associations, community and government agencies, Nicole delivering the message of inclusion of all in the workplace.

Agenda

  • 7:30 am to 8:00 am Registration and Breakfast
  • 8:00 am to 10:00 am Presentation & Interactive Discussion 
  • 10:00 am to 10:30 am Q/A & Casual Networking 

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