Look for our next weekly newsletter on May 26, 2016.
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Business, Labour & Community: Planning for Prosperity!
Give, Take, Care: Taking Care of Yourself and Your Clients: A morning forum for frontline workers, June 28/16
Are you a frontline worker who is feeling the effects of burnout and compassion fatigue?
You are invited to a morning forum presented by the Employment Assistance Resource Network (EARN) and Youth Employment Network (YEN) on June 28/16 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. at the Nicholas Mancini Centre, 44 Hunt Street, Hamilton.
The forum includes:
Keynote address: Transforming compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma, by Diana Tikasz, Social Worker/Clinical Specialist, Hamilton Health Sciences
Second topic: Harnessing the power of social media to benefit your clients' goals, by Catherine Maybrey, Graduate Career Strategist, McMaster University
Businesses asked to help the City of Hamilton plan for the future by completing the Annual Employment Survey
The City of Hamilton is calling on all small and medium businesses and large enterprises to respond to the Annual Employment Survey. The survey conveys information to the City that is vital to planning for future facilities, initiatives and services for citizens and businesses across Hamilton.
The 2016 survey will allow the City of Hamilton to continue to:
Monitor the extent, nature and location of employment and land use; Track the effectiveness of local employment initiatives; and, Monitor changing economic conditions in the City of Hamilton's employment districts
Summer students will be canvassing across the city, meeting with business owners, and completing surveys.
For business owners' convenience, the survey may also be completed online at:
Information is collected directly from employers and the data is treated as strictly confidential. Survey information will only be released in aggregate form to show employment patterns without revealing information on individual businesses.
For more information, please call 905-546-2424 Ext. 1292.
How badly companies misunderstand millennials
Job satisfaction still matters, but millennials are increasingly concerned with their development; they want to see their careers progressing. As a result, bosses should act like coaches, and rare, formal reviews should be replaced with ongoing conversations.