Conference Session Highlight #1

Lifelines for Addressing Worker Shortages
Like many other industries in Wisconsin, the lodging industry is facing many challenges in filling positions to continue to achieve the great reputation Wisconsin’s hospitality industry has earned over the years.
Turnover continues to be a pervasive problem for the hospitality industry.  Additionally, as a career ladder industry, employees are moved to different positions often, creating new gaps to fill and train.
Our expert panel will discuss the variety of tools available to find new employees, train and retain existing employees and to enhance your hiring efforts.
 
FEATURED PANELISTS
Deputy Secretary Georgia Maxwell brings more than two decades of public and private sector experience in senior management and public policy to her executive leadership role at the Department of Workforce Development(DWD) where she works to develop Wisconsin’s talent and move Wisconsin’s economy forward.
The DWD provides job services, training and employment assistance to people looking for work and also works with employers to find the necessary workers to fill current openings.
As the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Career Pathways Education ConsultantRobin Kroyer-Kubicekleads the Academic and Career Planning and the Career Pathways projects promoting quality business-education partnerships and high school to post-secondary career programs and transitions.
Pathways Wisconsin is a regional approach to deliver high-quality career pathways in the state. The hospitality pathway helps students get the education and credentials they need to work in the field.
Dr. Lynea Lavoy serves as the Program Director and Full Time Instructor of Hospitality Management Program at Madison College. Her work includes building and maintaining community relations to increase student job placements in the hospitality industry.
Madison College’s Employment Success Program (ESP), WorkSmart Network, and Nontraditional Occupations/Tools for Tomorrow Program all help companies engage and recruita diverse pool of qualified candidates.
For More Information:    Visit our Conference Web Site

 Accommodations:
Contact the Potawatomi Hotel at 800-729-7244 or visit their website and enter the Group Code WHL11052017 to reserve a room in the Wisconsin Hotel & Lodging Room Block for the special rates of $107 single/double standard room and, plus applicable tribal, state and local taxes in effect at the time of check in. The deadline for the room block rate is October 13, 2017.

Full Conference Package with Sunday Reception – only $245
Monday/Tuesday Conference Package – only $215

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