Workplace Inclusion Forum: Practical Tools for Diverse Workplaces will be held March 4. (Photo from Facebook)

Workplace inclusion forum set for March 4

A Red Deer Local Immigration Partnership event

Inclusion in the workplace will be the focus of a one-day forum on March 4.

The forum will include a panel discussion, interactive workshops and networking sessions at Baymont by Wyndham.

Keynote speaker Kristen Cumming will focus on how to lead inclusion by focusing on behaviours.

A panel discussion on best practices and challenges will include the city’s human resource director, Kristy Svoboda; Messinger Meats owner Mercedes Messinger; Ron Sauve, the regional vice-president with the Royal Bank of Canada; and Mia Talavera, an equity specialist with Global Talent Engagement COE-Stantec Inc.

For more information, visit Tickets are $20 each.

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