Mar 08 2023


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Strategies for Developing and Sustaining Employer Engagement

Free training & tools on the Inclusive Employers Hiring HUB

Organized in collaboration with Ethos Career Management Group

Engaging with employers is key in today’s ever-changing labour market. Join Roger, Sara, and Sierra from ETHOS Career Management Group Ltd. to discuss how to keep employers engaged and create productive relationships that last.

In this session you will learn:

  • Practical, effective strategies and skills to keep employers engaged
  • Tips to help employers hire job seekers of all levels
  • The qualities that make for strong connections and engagement


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  • Roger Leroux
    Roger Leroux
    Program Manager, ETHOS Career Development Group Ltd

    Roger Leroux (B.H.K CCDP) is an Employment Skills Training Program Manager with ETHOS Career Development Group Ltd. Roger has helped countless job seekers find meaningful jobs and helped employers find the right employees. He is experienced in working with people with disabilities and providing leadership for a variety of employment programs and services. He is an expert networker and uses that skill set to develop and maintain partnerships.

  • Sara Collins
    Sara Collins
    Business Development and Training Specialist, ETHOS Career Management Group Ltd.

    Sara Collins (B.B.A.) is the Business Development and Training Specialist and the Inclusive Employers Hiring HUB Program Manager at ETHOS Career Management Group Ltd. Sara is passionate about networking, employee engagement and creating lasting relationships with employers that help support job seekers in reaching their goals.

  • Sierra Marini
    Employer Liaison, ETHOS Career Management Group Ltd.

    Sierra Marini is an Employer Liaison with ETHOS Career Management Group for the Inclusive Employers Hiring HUB team, Sierra connects with employers about the values of having a diverse and inclusive workplace, with a focus on employing persons with disabilities. Sierra facilitates training classes to ensure employers feel confident and supported in creating inclusive workplaces.

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Mar 08 2023
  • Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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