NH Public Policy
New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies

NHBR and NHCPPS "Present Winning Workforce Strategies"

 

We all know that the labor market is tight and good employees are hard to find. But some employers have strategies and partnerships in place to overcome those challenges and are finding success in attracting, retaining and training employees.

This forum will focus on real solutions to the workforce development issues New Hampshire employers are faced with today.

The program will include a panel on "What we want," the perspective of a cross-section of employees from Millennials to Baby Boomers to understand what they need from an employer and what's working to encourage workers to move to or stay in New Hampshire - or return to the workforce.

That will be followed by "What's working for employers," sharing tips, advice and information across industries.

Attendees will leave with practical ideas for solutions to one of the biggest challenges facing organizations throughout the state today.

Speakers and Panelists

Greg Bird, Economist, NH Center for Public Policy Studies

Jeff Feingold, Editor, NH Business Review

Sara Colson, Director, Workforce Accelerator 2025

Eric Herr, Board Chair, NH Center for Public Policy Studies

Will Stewart, Executive Director, Stay Work Play NH

Daniel Henderson, Director of Corporate Partnerships and Strategic Initiatives, Keene State College

Mike Decelle, Dean, University of New Hampshire - Manchester

Tim Sullivan, VP, Corporate Affairs and Services, Hitchiner Manufacturing

Todd Fahey, State Director, AARP

Christopher Callahan, VP Human Resources, Exeter Health Resources

John Clayton, Executive Director, Manchester Historic Association

For more information and to register: nhbr.com/Winning-Workforce-Strategies

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