What workers look for in "A Good Job in Hawaii" - a community -driven framework for attracting and retaining talent in Hawaii
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What workers look for in “A Good Job in Hawaiʻi” – a community-driven framework for attracting and retaining talent in Hawaiʻi
DATE: Thurs, Dec 7@ 10:00 – 11:00 am
- Matt Stevens, Executive Director, Hawaiʻi Workforce Funders Collaborative
- Mona Meredith, Program Design Lead, Hawaiʻi Workforce Funders Collaborative
Why did we speak to workers across the state to develop this framework – a data story
Introducing the “A Good Job in Hawaiʻi” framework
Putting this framework into action: the Hawaiʻi Worker Equity Design Lab
How might this framework be useful to your industry/sector (Panel Discussion)
What workers look for in "A Good Job ...
Date and Time
Thursday Dec 7, 2023
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM HST
Thursday, December 7th | 10:00 - 11:00AM