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Attracting Talent/Promoting Diversity Networking Event Please join us for a conversation on Attracting Talent and Promoting Diversity Networking Event followed by couple of drinks and appetizers. This is an opportunity for staff/managers in the water industry who interact with under-represented employee groups, to come together for a thoughtful discussion lead by a facilitator and to meet others who face similar challenges in our industry. Cost: $5 Members, $10 Nonmembers

 Export to Your Calendar 8/3/2017
When: Thursday, August 3, 2017
3 - 5 pm
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Pops for Italian
280 W Nine Mile Rd
Ferndale, Michigan  48220
United States
Contact: Eric Johnson
517-292-2912 x 2


Online registration is available until: 8/2/2017
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Description:   Please join us for a couple of drinks and appetizers.   This is an opportunity for staff/managers in the water industry who interact with under-represented employee groups, to come together for a thoughtful discussion lead by a facilitator and to meet others who face similar challenges in our industry.

Who should attend:  Anyone in the water industry who works with employees, retention and/or recruitment.

Why should they attend:  You will have an opportunity to share your story with others and learn how other people cope with similar work issues.   You will also have an opportunity to make suggestions on projects\issues our Diversity Task Force should tackle.

What will the attendee “take away”:  You will meet new people and help raise industry awareness of how diversity impacts recruitment and retention. Learn why diversity is important, imperative and really fun!

Panelists:   Craig Covey, Alando Chappell –More to come.

Craig Covey, former Ferndale Mayor and Oakland County Commissioner, founder of Ohio and Michigan Pride Parades, Water Resources Commissioner’s Community Liaison. Craig will feature a hands-on interactive and fun program in the heart of “fashionable” Downtown Ferndale.  Ferndale was the first city to elect an openly gay mayor, and the first city to vote to legalize recreational marijuana.  Wear comfortable shoes.

Cost:  $5 Members, $10 Nonmembers

Date:  Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017

Location:  Pop’s for Italian, 280 West Nine Mile, Ferndale, MI  48220

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