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MCHRA April Meeting

  • April 06, 2011
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Lone Star Park, Grand Prairie, TX

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Changing Workforce Environment and how the Workforce Solutions Board Operates

This presentation will cover the changing workforce environment and how the Workforce Solutions board operates, specifically with local businesses in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

We will discuss how the North Texas Veteran’s Employment Committee, which works directly with the Army’s Wounded Warrior project at the Dallas Veteran’s Hospital, can be a great organization to team up with and how to obtain credit for providing jobs, job assistance, etc to the population.

In addition we will disucss how to work closley with the Employment and Training Advisory Committee for the Texas Veteran’s Commission and build stronger relations with them for community activities etc. Further we will discuss how your organization can gain awards from specific governmental agencies that award grants and awards to local companies who actively work with the agencies.

HRCI
This program has been approved for 1.25 recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.


About Our Speaker:
Sal Adamski has been a professional trainer, public speaker, and workforce development professional for over 20 years and has spoken, or presented at numerous national conferences. He is currently the Workforce Improvement Director for Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County. His department has been instrumental in the Board receiving 11 state and national service to business awards, including the National Alliance of Business award for National Workforce Board and the National Association of Workforce Board’s Ted Small award for industry sector initiatives.

Sal is the Past Board Chair of the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals. He serves on numerous community committees, and works closely with Tarrant County Chambers to recruit and retain businesses in Tarrant County. Sal established the North Texas Veteran’s Employment Committee, which works directly with the Army’s Wounded Warrior project at the Dallas Veteran’s Hospital, and was appointed to the Employment and Training Advisory Committee for the Texas Veteran’s Commission. He is retired from the United States Navy and served two tours in Viet Nam. Sal earned a Business Management degree from Almeda College and Marketing degree from Columbia College. He attained his CWDP (Certified Workforce Development Professional) status in 1999 and holds an additional Business Management Certification and Business Services Certification in workforce development.
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