Employer of Choice Breakfast

North West Business Networking

Where: Pier 01, Ulverstone

When: Friday 28 September

Time: 7.00 am to 8.55 am

Cost: $10

We’ve gathered together a fantastic line-up for a special networking event over a hearty breakfast in Ulverstone.

You’re invited to join café conversations with Employers of Choice based in north west Tasmania – BridgePro Engineering, Burnie City Council, Caterpillar, Central Coast Council, Cradle Coast Authority, Fairbrother Group, Family Based Care, Oak Possability, Peracto, and Synectic will all share knowledge about supporting staff and meeting the challenges of building positive workplace cultures.

And, thanks to major event partner Cradle Coast Authority, our special guest speaker is an international expert in bringing businesses together. Ifor Ffowcs-Williams, CEO of Cluster Navigators Limited, is acknowledged as one of the most influential cluster practitioners in the world, with hands-on experience extending to over 50 countries. Ifor has been an advisor to The World Bank, EU, OECD, UNDP, international aid agencies and national & regional economic development agencies on six continents.

We also have Jeremy Rockliff MP, Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Training, to launch the 2019 Employer of Choice Awards.

This promises to be a great opportunity to build collaboration between north-west workplaces that value their employees and strive to improve business results.

Places are limited so please register early at

https://eocbreakfast-ulverstone.eventbrite.com.au

 

The Employer of Choice program appreciates the support of north west event partners – Switch Tasmania and Cradle Coast Authority.

Employer of Choice program partners are: Action Learning Institute, Australian HR Institute, Australian Institute of Management, Business and Employment, Business Tasmania, Institute of Managers and Leaders, Swinburne Professional, Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, UTAS Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, and Worksafe Tasmania.

 

http://www.business.tas.gov.au/eoc