2021 Labour Market Conference
2021 B.C. Labour Market Conference
June 10 and 11, 2021
Similar to the Great Depression or World War II, the pandemic will be shaping British Columbia's labour market for decades to come. Sectors such as tourism. accommodation, entertainment and recreation will take years to recover while sectors such as health care, technology and finance will be shaped in unexpected ways creating entirely new jobs while eliminating others. This year's labour market conference will bring together leaders in education, industry and government to talk about the changes which have occurred and what people can expect in the years to come.
We're finalizing our agenda and speaker roster but the conference is organized with attention to all of the following areas:
Industry Presentations: Recognizing the importance of getting first hand insights from industry experts, we're arranging for speakers to present on the following sectors: Tourism, Construction, Manufacturing, Trucking, Health Care and Food Service / Restaurants.
Panel Discussions: We have three panel discussions planned which will explore what individual communities around B.C. are doing to generate economic development; small business support to the gig economy; the impact of the pandemic on non-profits.
Break-Out Groups: The unemployment rate has been exponentially higher throughout the pandemic for groups that are generally under-represented in the labour market to begin with. As such, we're arranging break-out groups to assist you in better supporting 1. Immigrants; 2. Indigenous Canadians; 3. Those with Disabilities; 4. Women; and 5. Youth.
Labour Market Experts: We're organizing a number of experts to discuss critical areas such as education and training; apprenticeship; employment programming; and future projections for BC's labour market.
Fun and Games: To engage participants, we plan to build-in opportunities for networking; competitions and games with a labour market theme.
June 10, 2021 | 9:00am - 12:00noon and 1:00pm - 3:30pm
June 11, 2021 | 9:00am - 12:00noon
All sessions will be presented live using GotoWebinar, Zoom and Google Live Chat on June 10th and June 11th. Any participants who register can view as many sessions as they choose and if they miss any sessions all of them will be available afterwards in a recording.
While in the past, participants had to choose just two break-out groups to attend, this year's session will allow participants to attend two sessions live and later watch the three other sessions from recordings.
To register, please download and complete the Registration Form (soon to be) linked above. There are discounted rates for larger groups which are detailed to the right. Members of Labour Market Online, have registration rates that are discounted 25%.
For more information on the conference, please email Labour Market Online at email@example.com or telephone us at: 604-288-2424.
Our 7th Annual B.C. Labour Market Conference is brought to you by the BC Labour Market Online
END MAY 28TH
Cost per person for all registrations received by May 28, 2021
REGISTRATION COST FOR ORGANIZATIONS WHICH
AREN'T MEMBERS OF
LABOUR MARKET ONLINE
$109.95 for Individuals
$159.95 Regular Price
$84.95 for Groups of 2-5 Participants
$119,95 Regular Price
$54.95 for Groups of 6-20 Participants
$79.95 Regular Price
$39.95 for Groups of 21-50 Participants
$59.95 Regular Price
$27.95 for Groups of 51-100 Participants
$39.95 Regular Price
LABOUR MARKET ONLINE
$83.95 for Individuals
$119.95 Regular Price
$62.95 for Groups of 2-5 Participants
$89.95 Regular Price
$41.95 for Groups of 6-20 Participants
$59.95 Regular Price
$31.45 for Groups of 21-50 Participants
$44.95 Regular Price
$20.95 for Groups of 51-100 Participants
$29.95 Regular Price
Given the virtual nature of this year's conference, we've combined the role of exhibitor and sponsor into one classification: 'Conference Sponsor'. These organizations will receive the following benefits:
Logo acknowledgement at the beginning of each day as well as after lunch; receiving personal thanks in the opening remarks
Materials included in the electronic kit received by all participants
Opportunity to speak to the assembled conference for three minutes
Opportunity to introduce one of our speakers.
Acknowledgement in all press releases and marketing materials
Collaboration and acknowledgement in the preparation of a ‘Working on the West Coast Segment’ to be delivered on CKNW’s Lynda Steele Show which is heard by approximately 140,000 listeners.
Acknowledgement in four separate social media posts, read by more than 6,000 followers on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
COST OF CONFERENCE SPONSORSHIP:
$745.95 for Non-Members by May 28, 2021
(Regular Cost: $1495.95)
$495.95 for BCLMO Members
by May 28, 2021
(Regular Cost: $995.00)