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Retain and Gain: Career Management for Small Business Book Launch

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Date(s) - 11/05/2017
8:00 am - 10:30 am

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Ryerson University

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Presented by CERIC and The Chang School

Join author and workforce expert Lisa Taylor for an interactive morning event to launch Retain and Gain: Career Management for Small Business Playbook. This groundbreaking Playbook identifies low-cost tips, activities, and actions that small business owners can take right now to attract, engage, and retain their staff.

Career management, even for small- and medium-sized enterprises, is a strategic lever for stronger company performance because of how it affects employee satisfaction and loyalty, drives better customer service, and increases opportunity for growth.

Using an innovative “travel guide” format, Taylor includes planning templates, special sections on new graduates, the aging workforce, and family enterprises, as well as research and statistics that shed new light on Canada’s small business economy and workforce. Find out how you can apply these quick and simple strategies to your business today!
Who Should Attend

This event will be of interest to small- and medium-sized business owners and managers, entrepreneurs, human resources consultants, and others.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Location: Ryerson University
Cost: FREE (includes breakfast and copy of the new Retain and Gain: Career Management for Small Business Playbook)

About the Author

Lisa Taylor is founder and President of Challenge Factory and the Centre for Career Innovation. Her career and workforce perspectives have been featured in media outlets across North America including the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, CBC, and The Globe and Mail. Taylor regularly speaks on the Future of Work, the intergenerational workforce and the changing nature of careers in today’s economy.

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