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Inclusion Works ’10 registration and call for presenters opens…
Inclusion Works ’10: Voices of Change
Date: April 27-29, 2010
Location: Toronto – Westin Harbour Castle
Inclusion Works ’10 has set high standards to bring you first-rate interactive engagement, presenters and information that will help transform your workplace into a dynamic driver of Aboriginal employment and economic growth.Over 600 delegates at Inclusion Works ’09 will remember the excitement triggered by this first-of-its-kind national event that brought passion and Aboriginal employment front and centre across Canada for one week last April.
The national recruitment fair, which will be incorporated into this year’s event in Toronto, brought together top Aboriginal post-secondary graduates (engineers, nurses, marketers, accountants, HR practitioners, writers, trades people, etc.) from all parts of Canada, together in a massive synergy, to meet with leading employers of inclusion that wanted to hire them.
Inclusion Works ’10 will expand on the opportunities created last year and rebuild program delivery to ensure that your voice, and the voices of all delegates, is heard throughout the event. We will take the work out of networking and create a forum for “Voices of Change” that will advance inclusion strategies among the delegation, across Canada, and beyond.
Inspiring keynote thought leaders will join the cast of experts to captivate your attention, challenge your thinking and advance your insights into the business case and opportunities for success through inclusion.
Join us for what promises to be an “experience” that compares to no other event in Canada of its kind.
Check this site regularly for updated program information and to register for Inclusion Works ’10: Voices of Change.
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