On Monday, October 5th, the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership in cooperation with Lambton College Co-op & Career Services and the Sarnia-Lambton Workforce Development Board (SLWDB) teamed up to present the first session of the Sarnia-Lambton Employer Series COVID-19 Workforce Solutions.
Session one featured local human resources expert Anthony Folan from Integral HR Solutions, Lambton Public Health, and local employer The Hayter Group as they shared effective strategies to attract and retain your current workforce during COVID-19.
Participants and speakers discussed a number of concerns regarding attracting employees back to work and retaining employees during the pandemic. More information on the presenters can be found below.
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Anthony Folan, Integral HR Solutions – Anthony leads a successful local Human Resources firm who offers advice and guidance to several clients from a variety of sectors. He offered effective HR strategies in attracting employees back to work and also addressed common workforce challenges that employers are faced with.
Kevin Churchill, Lambton Public Health – Kevin is a manager with Lambton County’s public health team, and he provided information on adapting processes to support a healthy and safe work environment during COVID-19. He shared local resources that are available to assist an employer with a safe return to business.
Chad Hayter, The Hayter Group – We heard about the personal experience of Sarnia-Lambton’s business owner, Chad Hayter on ways they addressed the COVID-19 workforce challenges and how they implemented new processes to encourage employees with the return to work.
SLEP, Lambton College Co-op & Career Services, and the SLBDC would like to thank our presenters and participants for joining the webinar, and we hope you left feeling well equipped with the resources and information you needed to attract and retain employees as we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic together.