Chamber speaker talks staff

Are you a business person interested in new ways to afford more employees?

Are you a business person interested in new ways to afford more employees?

The Cowichan Lake District Chamber of Commerce may have the speaker for you.

At its meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, the group is featuring guest speaker Jack Tieleman of Global Vocational.

He’ll be talking about employer opportunities such as wage subsidies, job-start supports, short-term training, work clothing, basic tools, transportation.

Currently he is actively involved in managing staff in both those areas as well as managing day to day operations of Global Vocational Services.

The dinner meeting will take place at Jake’s at the Lake from 6-9 p.m.

It is Burger & Beer Night at Jake’s at the Lake with a little extra on the menu for the meeting. Tickets are $20 per person to attend.

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