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Business breakfast on how to attract and retain staff with employment expert Catherine Bell on 10 October at RACV Inverloch Resort
Local business owners and managers are welcomed to partake in a breakfast event, fostering networking and gaining innovative insights into recruitment and retention.
Attracting and retaining staff has been a common theme of discussion over the past few years and one that is still happening with local business owners crying out for quality workers. Bass Coast Shire Council is thrilled to be hosting an engaging breakfast session with leading employment expert Catherine Bell who will give a keynote address on how to attract and retain staff.
Join us for breakfast to explore creative recruitment and retention. Catherine Bell, with 20+ years of expertise, specialises in emotional intelligence, leadership, resilience, and team motivation
Event booking and details
We encourage local business owners and managers to join us at this event for breakfast, networking and exploring how to think creatively about recruitment and retention. Catherine Bell's work focuses on building leadership strength and enhancing staff capability, drawing on more than 20 years of experience and a passion for helping people shine! Catherine specialises in emotional intelligence, leadership, resilience and team motivation. Bass Coast Council is subsidising the cost of this forum, with details:
- Tickets start from just $17
- Tuesday, 10 October at 7:00am - 9:30am
- RACV Inverloch Resort
- Cost: General admission - $20
- Local business association member - $17
- Bookings are essential, via Eventbrite website - 'How to Attract and Retain Great People with Catherine Bell'
For further information please contact the Business Development Team on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03 5671 2211).
Pictures from Bass Coast Shire Council website.
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