Recruitment & Retention for Your Small Business - A New Approach, Post-COVID
A welcoming workplace is essential to fostering employee productivity and retention. Employees who feel comfortable and valued at work are more likely to perform well and stay at your company. Creating a welcoming workplace is a key part of becoming a diverse and inclusive business. Employers who tap into the full potential of the region's workforce by building a welcoming and inclusive work environment are posed to better attract and retain workers. Join on on our journey through a series of educational sessions presented by a number of key speakers and industry professionals who will guide us in "Creating a Welcoming Workplace".
Hiring & Retention for Your Small Business - A New Approach, Post-COVID
Ada Tai, BadaB Consulting
Employers nationwide are faced with challenges of talent attraction and retention. When was the last time you assessed your recruitment strategies and practices? Do you wonder how your business can stand out from the competition and hire the most suitable candidates? In this session, we will use an interactive and solution-driven approach to:
Identify your recruitment strategies
Explore current and effective recruitment steps and practices
Understand the legal requirements and the responsibility of a hiring manager
Enhance the organization reputation through the recruitment and selection process.
Light refreshments will be served.
About Ada Tai
Ada is a consultant, a speaker, and an instructor.
With an MBA Degree, Canadian and U.S. human resources designations, Ada provides pragmatic people management solutions to organizations while balancing vision, thought leadership, and execution.
Through her consulting firm - BadaB Consulting Inc., Ada strategically integrates effective processes, programs, and practices into clients' daily operations and provides customized training sessions that align with the organization's business objectives. Besides, Ada has successfully coached a wide variety of people from diverse backgrounds, helping them search for jobs, and promoting their careers' growth and development.
Ada is a sough-after keynote speaker who is regularly called upon to speak on human resources, people management, and career development topics throughout the province. She is also a well-respected instructor at the University of Alberta and MacEwan University.
In her spare time, Ada blogs on current people management and professional development issues for the provincial HR association.