Workforce Strategies for Small Business: Building Growth Opportunities
Growth Opportunities: From apprentice to manager, prep your business to retain and promote your team
A tight labor market, new state labor laws, and the business COVID hangover has left many Colorado businesses looking at job quality improvement plans in a new light. What is job quality and why does it matter for your business?
Erin Young, small business owner and Employer Coach w/ the Colorado Workforce Development Council, will address how good jobs are good for business, providing real examples for how you can apply job quality principles to your organization.
The second half of the hour is designed for interaction and Q&A. We have had dynamic discussions in past sessions. Please bring your questions and ideas.
Speaker(s): Erin Young is the Employer Coach with the Colorado Workforce Development Council. Her focus is to increase job quality and equity in the Colorado workforce ecosystem, providing technical assistance to individual businesses, chambers of commerce, and state agencies to enhance the economic resiliency of businesses and workers. Ms. Young is also the owner and founder of Red Buffalo Coffee and Tea in Silverthorne. Founded in 2009, the café has since won multiple awards, including Best Coffeehouse, Best Small Business, Best Team, Environmental Champion, and most importantly, Best Place to Work. The café is committed to serving the highest quality products with heroic hospitality. It seeks to create a safe and inclusive space of a shared experience.
Co-Sponsor(s): Presented as a collaboration between the Colorado SBDC network and the Colorado Workforce Development Council.
Unable to attend at this time? A recording of this webinar will be distributed to those who are registered.
Fee: No Cost