Dr. Linda Duxbury: A Changing Workplace: Engaging~Building~Managing

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Dante Club

1330 London Road, Sarnia ON

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Dr. Linda Duxbury is one of Canada's leading workplace health researchers and workplace demographic experts. She has published widely in both academic and practitioner literatures in the area of work-family conflict, supportive work environments, stress, telework, the use and impact of office technology, managing the new workforce and supportive management. Her presentation will include both new and previous research on reward and recongntion, respect, trust, communication, performance management, and succession planning. This conference will highlight the challenges and opportunities of a multigenerational workforce for employers, leaders, and managers.

Scent-free environment - please refrain from wearing scented products. Doors open - 8 am (Refreshments and Displays) No refunds will be issued. Substitutions will be permitted.

Accommodations - A block of standard guestrooms at discounted rate ($110 + HST) is reserved at the Holiday Inn Sarnia/Point Edward until March 9, 2014. Please refer to group code SLW when making individual reservations by any of the following avenues:

  1. Holiday Inn Direct Line 1-888-212-2252 or 1-519-336-8667
  2. Holiday Inn Email: hi-sarnia@fortisproperties.com
  3. Holiday Inn Website: www.hisarnia.ca and enter group code "SLW"

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Dante Club

1330 London Road, Sarnia ON

Canada

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Organizer Southwest Region Public Health Workplace Network and Western Region Workforce Planning Boards

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Working together, the Southwest Region Public Health Workplace Network and Western Region Workforce Planning Boards deliver initiatives that build workforce resiliency for employers and employees.

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