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Inclusive Workforce Practices: Why you need a workforce plan

When Jan 20, 2021
from 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM
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Good Afternoon Rochester Area - Construction Small Business Support – Collaboration ~

The email below went to 200+ contractors this morning. I hope you will consider participating in the Inclusive Workforce Practices: Why You Need a Workforce Plan workshop on January 20th. If your company is in construction, I hope you will consider sponsoring a student or a whole class (10 students) for the Workforce Development, Inc. Construction Trades Training program.

 Thank you,

 

 Jorrie L. Johnson, MBA, PMP

Project Manager - Women and Minority Business Goals and Work Force Compliance

City of Rochester, Minnesota

201 4th Street SE, Room 276

Rochester, MN  55904\

(507) 328-2016 x 82016

 

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