Sustainability for Breakfast presents "Demonstrating your community commitment through HR"
Human Resources is the heart of any good business. If you are wanting to learn about ways to improve your company culture and demonstrate your community commitment, then this Sustainability for Breakfast session is for you. The focus is centered on Doing Business Better.
Join us for presentations from Nabilah Chowdhury on the Youth Links Program; Margaret Yu on the Momentum Match Savings Program; and Franco Savoia on the Enough for All Tax Filing Campaign.
Presentations will be followed by table discussions to expand on learnings and making more community connections.
• Arrival, breakfast & networking 7:00-7:15 am
• Presentations 7:15-8:15 am
• Table discussions 8:15-8:45 am
• Wrap up 8:45-9:00 am
Food: Breakfast will includegluten-free and vegan options, coffee, and tea. This is included in your registration.
Access: This venue is accessible for all people with limited mobility.
Parking: Free parking is located around the building. Visit http://www.calgarytransit.com (http://www.calgarytransit.com/) for transit options.
Registration: Payment is required at the time of your RSVP and is $30 per person. There will be a limited number of spaces at the door for those wishing to pay by Calgary Dollars. Please reserve one of these spaces by posting a comment.
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