Attracting and Retaining Talent Event Oakville

Targeted hiring and training programs can help Canadian companies scale operations and reduce talent gaps. But despite the clear benefits of workforce development, few companies allocate enough capital for attracting and nurturing world-class talent.

Fortunately, businesses can learn more about Canadian and Ontario government funding for workforce development by attending an upcoming event.

During the Attracting and Retaining Talent event, Mentor Works, RBC Royal Bank, and Innovative HR will advise southwestern Ontario-based businesses on cost-effective solutions to attract new, skilled employees, and reduce turnover.

Feb 7 Event: Attracting and Retaining Talent

On Thursday, February 7, 2019 Mentor Works, RBC, and Innovative HR will be joining forces and leading the Attracting and Retaining Talent event. This is a complimentary Ontario small business event for organizations in the Oakville region. Individuals attending this morning workshop will receive free breakfast.

Mentor Works’ Director of Program Development, Rob Maciel, RBC Group Advantages’ Group Consultant, Justin Linebaugh, and Innovative HR’s Partner, Anna Carney, will lead the session. They will be sharing strategies to support business growth, current market trends, and solutions to solve the challenges of attracting and retaining talent.

Date: Thursday, February 7, 2019
Time: 7:30am-9:30am
Cost: Free event. Registration is required as space is limited.
Location: Sandman Hotel Oakville, 3451 South Service Road West, Oakville, ON L6L 0C3

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Event Takeaways:

  • Reduce Employee Training Costs by up to 83%
  • Hire and Mentor a Recent Post-Secondary Graduate
  • Access University Researchers and Provide Internships
  • Manufacturing-Specific Training Grants

Event Speakers

Rob MacielRob Maciel
Director of Program Development, Mentor Works Ltd.


Justin Linebaugh
Group Consultant, RBC Group Advantage


Anna Carney
Partner, Innovative HR



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Myra Bredin holds a Diploma of Business Marketing at Conestoga College. Her interest in blog writing, social media and event planning makes her excited to be Mentor Works’ Marketing Analyst, where she can use these skills to educate and support Canadian businesses with government funding.

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