RSVP now for the CTBLN meeting on November 2, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at The Travelers Claim University, 99 Lamberton Road, Windsor, CT. We will be holding the second meeting in the highly successful Inclusion Works Here Series: Creating an Inclusive Workplace from Recruiting to Retention.
On November 2nd, we will have a panel composed of experts including David Gilman of Gilman Performance Systems and CTBLN Executive Director Sharon Denson who will speak about Inclusive Interviewing Techniques. Topics will include creating an inclusive interviewing environment, accommodations for job applicants, interviewing techniques for finding the best candidates to fulfill the essential functions of the job and techniques for assisting hiring managers to “keep their eyes on the prize” or shifting from the culture of personality to the culture of professional competency.
Admission is $10.00 for members and $15.00 for those who have not yet joined CTBLN. Admission is free for State of Connecticut Employees.
To RSVP, contact Sharon Denson at 860-561-1232 or by email at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you.
The Inclusion Works Here Series
The Connecticut Business Leadership Network is pleased to invite you to the second meeting in its’ new series of programs entitled “Inclusion Works Here: Creating an Inclusive Workplace from Recruiting to Retention.” Like our “Accommodation Series”, each session in this series will cover a topic which is a vital part of the steps your business can take to create a disability inclusive workplace. These steps are applicable to the creation of a workplace culture which includes with employees and applicants who represent all types of diversities. “Inclusion Works Here” will offer valuable information for all professionals in your business who participate in hiring and management process including executives, human resources, diversity and inclusion professionals, hiring managers and diverse team members. Businesses are now seeking qualified talent in an increasingly competitive environment by tapping into previously untapped sources of talent including qualified individuals with disabilities. “Inclusion Works Here” will assist with strategies for finding, recruiting and retaining that talent.
Directions to the Travelers Claim University
Address: 99 Lamberton Road, Windsor, CT.
- Take Interstate 91
- From either a N or S direction, you will merge onto CT-75N, Poquonock, via exit 38 toward Poquonock/Day Hill Rd.
- Take the Day Hill Rd. ramp
- Stay straight to go onto Day Hill Road
- At the first light, make a left onto Lamberton Rd.
- About ½ mile on Lamberton, you will see a large, white building on the RIGHT side of Lamberton.
- Do not confuse this for the Travelers office on the left side of Lamberton (90 Lamberton).
- Look for the “Travelers Claim University” sign and turn into the driveway. This is at the far end of the building.
- Entrance is on the corner of the building.