The Strait Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host Colleen Cameron with the Antigonish Poverty Reduction Coalition (APRC) to discuss the concept of a living wage and how employers can use wage and other compensation strategies to attract and retain employees, and to boost employee productivity. Talent attraction continues to be the number one issue facing businesses in rural Nova Scotia. The research conducted by the APRC will explore the benefits of making a living wage strategy a priority for businesses, and how it can help them be more successful and profitable in the long-term. This Small Halls | Big Ideas event will also include the official launch of the Strait Region Vital Signs Report that highlights the challenges and opportunities facing communities across the region!
Coffee, Tea and Snacks provided.
February 6th 2020
3 pm – 4:30 pm
717 Reeves St. Port Hawkesbury
FREE to Attend – Registration Required