Finding and keeping the best employees

Employers now have access to a comprehensive listing of the information and services available to assist them with developing their workforce.

Employers now have access to a comprehensive listing of the information and services available to assist them with developing their workforce.

The Industry and Employer Toolkit has been updated and is available online at www.employment.alberta.ca/etoolkit.

The toolkit bundles together government publications and resources organized around the four themes of the Alberta Government’s Building and Educating Tomorrow’s Workforce: Inform, Attract, Develop and Retain.

Two other publications of interest to employers are also available on-line but can be picked up at the Alberta Employment and Immigration office in Stettler.

See us at 4835-50 Street or call us at 403-742-7586.

Employing a Diverse Workforce provides you with examples from Alberta employers on how to retain and engage a highly motivated and diverse workforce.

Beyond Pay and Benefits is for Alberta employers who want to enhance their strategies for recruiting and retaining employees. It focuses on approaches that reach beyond direct pay and basic benefits such as paid holidays and medical benefits. This publication provides great tips and ideas from nine Alberta employers on what they’re doing to make a difference.

Both publications are available on-line at www.alis.ab.ca, click on publications and select the name.

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