Due to concerns regarding community health regarding the spread of COVID-19, the Greater Phoenix Chamber team has elected to shift to a telework office and postpone or cancel upcoming events. The Chamber team will still be available to members via phone and email. The Chamber will continue to communicate with you as more information and resources become available. The Chamber’s COVID-19 resource page will remain current with news impacting businesses.
Additionally, our team will be sharing a weekly community health update to ensure that you and your business are aware of what is happening in our community.
Reimagining Today’s Workforce Series - Hiring Trends for 2020 and Beyond
Join the Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation for the new Reimagining Today’s Workforce Webinar Series. In an everchanging workforce landscape, this series will connect employers and community leaders with tools and best practices to support their talent development strategies, provide current workforce trends, highlight partnerships with education providers, and more.
On October 8, learn about the latest hiring trends occurring in 2020 and beyond, and how employers are innovating to maintain a strong workforce.
Experts will discuss how remote working during COVID-19 is impacting the candidate experience, how AI and predictive analytics will aid the recruitment process, and how employers are transitioning from designing for efficiency to designing for resilience.
You will learn how employers are increasing their focus on diversity and inclusion, as well as contingent worker expansion, and how a positive candidate experience can enhance your brand.
Mila Edelman, Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition, ADP
Jennifer Mellor, Chief Innovation Officer, Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation
Todd Sanders, President & CEO, Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation
Register to attend to learn about real-life examples of new, innovative development models, deployment of effective partnerships, and reimagine opportunities for your workforce to grow your business.
The series of five webinars will feature national and local experts on key topics related to workforce development. Webinars will take place monthly, from August through December 2020. Register for a package to attend the remaining three webinars for $75 to receive access to post-event recordings and supplemental materials.