ECC South Campus
November 14, 2019
Hardin County Employers & Human Resource Directors
We know that it is increasingly difficult to find quality employees to fill vacant positions. Are you competitive with pay, benefits and other
compensation? Where should you be looking? Are there candidates available in the area? What resources are available?
Iowa Falls Area Development, Iowa Falls Chamber/Main Street and Hardin County Economic Development invite you to a free Lunch and Learn to present the new laborshed study that was recently completed for Hardin County and to hear how the Home Base Iowa Program can put skilled talent in your hiring pipeline.
We are pleased to bring you the following presenters:
Katie Lippold, Labor Market Research Economist will be presenting the new Hardin County and Iowa Falls laborshed study which was recently completed. Discover where you should post openings, what wages and benefits are offered and expected, what is the education level and commute of labor and other topics will be covered. This and additional information is available to your business to use at no cost. Find out how to access it and use it.
Jason Kemp, Program Manager of Home Base Iowa will discuss potential talent in returning veterans who are transitioning to civilian life and looking for career employment opportunities. Home Base Iowa allows employers access to a steady pipeline of talent by posting resumes of transitioning veterans and actively recruiting veterans from throughout the country to relocate to Iowa. Becoming a Home Base Iowa business is easy and free. Learn how to take advantage of this program.
Please RSVP by November 8th to: 641-648-5549 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dan Stockdale, President Iowa Falls Area Development
Introduction of Guest Speakers:
Mark Buschkamp, Executive Director Iowa Falls Area Development
Katie Lippold Labor Market Research Analyst Iowa Workforce Development
Jason Kemp, Program Manager Home Base Iowa
Angela De La Riva, Director Hardin County Economic Development