How a MA Project Team Achieved BRJP Compliance Efforts and Recruited New Talent:
A New Collaboration Model
Thursday, June 21
7:30 – 9:30 AM | Madison Park Votech
- How do you demonstrate “best faith compliance efforts” when there are labor shortages in many construction trade crafts?
- Are you starting to the feel the impacts of the aging workforce; will it squelch the industry’s economic prosperity?
- Does your HR department struggle with identifying, retaining and creating company loyalty with the next generation of industry talent?
- Are you having difficulty hiring local residents, minorities, females and apprentices to meet new compliance goals?
- How do you report up to your clients when there is a high impracticality of your project complying with the Boston Resident Job Policy?
- Does your company offer a mentorship program with local schools emerging young talent and seasoned professionals?
If you are struggling to answer these questions then come join us in a panel discussion and learn how a project team of Owner, Construction Manager, Subcontractors, local schools and a diversity facilitator achieved a comprehensive, professional and accountable workforce development solution. Project panelists:
Richard Walsh, President and Chief Executive Officer
Linda Shaughnessy, Equal Employment Opportunity & Compliance Officer
Harvard Business School
Paul E. Dietel, Director of Capital Programs
The Compliance Mentor Group – Diversity Consultant
Nicole Richer, Founder
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
Emily Leopold, Director of Career Services & Industry Partnerships
Madison Park Technical Vocational High School
Vincent Fanuele, Carpentry Instructor
7:30 AM – 8:00 AM Coffee & Networking
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Panel Presentation, followed by audience interaction/questions
FREE parking at Madison Park Votech
$ 65 ASM Members