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    PCHRA Workforce Development Learning Series: Managing Multiple Generations in the Workplace

    Date: May 8, 2024, 9:00am – 10:30am
    PCHRA and ConxusNEO
    Portage County Board of Developmental Disabilities
    2500 Brady Lake Rd.,
    Ravenna, OH 44266

    This will also be offered as a remote option particularly for our Summit County partners!
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    PCHRA Workforce Development Learning Series (Blended)
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    In partnership with the ConxusNEO, PCHRA invites you to join the ConsuxNEO  May Meeting titled:

    "Managing Multiple Generations in the Workplace"

    ABOUT THE EVENT:  This is part of our PCHRA 2024 Workforce Development Learning Series. We are partnering with the ConxusNEO to provide business owners and HR  professionals information and support on programs and funding opportunities available in the manufacturing, healthcare and technology sectors.  

    For this event, participants can learn and earn 1 SHRM PDC.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTATION: Today, there are 5 generations interacting in the workplace. These different generations exhibit a wide range of needs, desires, expectations of what work should be.  In this presentation, our speaker will walk us through some of those difference and how employers can develop programs to meet the needs of all of their employees.  

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Tommie Jo Borde, founder of Venice Solutions Group, will be a speaker. Licensed to practice law in Ohio, Tommie Jo has served employers throughout the eastern United States. Her professional experience includes practicing employment law, multi-state toxic tort litigation, managing workers’ compensation programs, risk management, diversity and inclusion, elected office, collective bargaining, EEOC, ADA, FMLA, and occupational health and disability. Past roles include serving as in-house counsel for a global manufacturer overseeing their programs and policies and as the Director of Risk for the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission.  

    ABOUT THE ConxusNEO: Our role is to convene employers, educators, workforce programs, economic development, and community-based organizations to make that vision a sustainable reality.   Our work is based on the supply chain management model where workforce system strategies are innovated among partners to deliver the in-demand skills local companies need as the ultimate end-users in the supply chain.  As collaboration evolves, partners across the talent supply chain experience shared value.  Educators and workforce training programs are better able to align curriculum with in-demand skills, economic development efforts can benefit from more strategic workforce assets, and community-based organizations can leverage relationships and a variety of program partners to recruit and support residents in their job preparation efforts.

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