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Event Name:
March Chapter Meeting / Workforce Development

Workforce Development
presented by

Joey Leonard
President, HR Consultant - The H.S. Group

Event Date:

Event Time:
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Central

Bridgewood Resort and Conference Center
1000 Cameron Way
Neenah, WI 54956

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Join us for the March Chapter meeting to hear from industry and Human Resources expert, Joey Leonard, on how to tackle workforce development with a non-traditional approach.

Overview of the Workforce Life-Cycle:
Ideas to evaluate each stage for potential improvements in employee attraction and retention.

5:30 Social | 6:30 Dinner & Program

$25 - advance registration & payment
(ENCOURAGED!  non-refundable)

$30 - at the door
(must submit reservation)

ABOUT THE PRESENTATION |  An overview of the workforce life-cycle and ideas to evaluate each stage for potential improvements in employee attraction and retention.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER | Joey Leonard - President, HR Consultant, The H.S. Group 
With more than 20 years of experience in human resources, Joey brings expertise in the areas of employee relations, talent acquisition, performance management, and employee engagement.  He also has an extensive background in human resources policy design and administration, workforce planning, compensation management and planning, succession planning, and organizational development.  Joey’s real-world knowledge of talent management strategies and practices makes him a valuable resource for clients. He provides human resources consulting for organizations of all sizes and types.  Joey acquired The H.S. Group on January 1st, 2018 after a 24-year career at Waupaca Foundry where he was Executive Vice President, Human Resources. 
The H.S. Group was founded in 1967 in Green Bay, and 52 years later still provides human resource consulting to companies of all sizes.  Joey’s industry affiliations include past president of Wisconsin Cast Metals Association, current past-president of Foundry Educational Foundation, past chair of the AFS HR division and past chair of the American Foundry Society Northeast Wisconsin Chapter.  

We must have a count for this event.  PLEASE register/pay online or email by February 27th and let us know you are coming.  Help your Chapter manage expenses by allowing us to accurately plan and pay for this meeting.
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