Luncheon POSTPONED – [NEW DATE will be 1st quarter of 2023]
Members and Friends,
That’s one week before Thanksgiving and a perfect day to discuss how we locate, develop, RESPECT and RETAIN the workers who make our operations a success.
Please join us as Janet Kerley shares the data and guides us in discussion on these important workforce issues.
Janet Kerley, SFCC presents the opportunities and overcoming the challenges of finding your next employees, developing their skills, and RETAINING them over the long term.
RSVP HERE for the November 17th Luncheon w/ Janet Kerley – Program Manager for EHS Training at Santa Fe Community College Department of Continuing Education and Contract Training. She develops and provides site-specific health and safety training for private and public sector clients. She manages SFCC’s EPA Job Training Grants which require training and job placement for graduates.
Boomers are retiring. The GenXers are over 40. Millennials are in mid-career. All employers are finding it difficult to find and hire Gen Z workers in New Mexico. The local labor force shortage is not a short-term issue. Several factors (changes in immigration policy, COVID risks, childcare availability, wages) are causing fundamental changes in work preferences and career goals. This presentation summarizes the recent research and polling results for finding, recruiting, and retaining Gen Z workers.
Ms. Kerley will also hold a Q&A and share her industry perspective on where YOU can look for your next great employee!
November 17, 2022
new date! luncheon was previously scheduled for the 15th
11:30 AM: Meet, Eat, & Greet
12 NOON – 1:15 PM: Presentation
$15 Members / $30 “Future” Members
About Janet Kerley, Instructor
Janet M. Kerley, CHMM is a nationally recognized environmental, health and safety professional with over 25 years of experience. She is currently the Program Director for the Santa Fe Community College ES&H Contract Training and EPA Brownfields Job Training Program. Janet has been an OSHA Authorized Instructor for General Industry and Construction Standards (English and Spanish) since 1991. The SFCC EPA Job Training program was showcased at the 2015 EPA Brownfields Conference as one of the 11 most successful EPA job training programs in the country. Janet served as Primary Liaison for the Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials Management/Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals (2005-2015) to the ANSI Safety, Health and Environmental Training Committee and actively participated in the development of ANSI Standard Z490.1-2009 ‘Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training.’ Janet has a B.A. from Baylor University in Anthropology and Archaeology specializing in archaeological chemistry. She did PhD Graduate studies at Tulane University in Mesoamerican Anthropology specializing is lithic technology and physical anthropology.
“Our students line up when they know Janet is teaching a class. Her ability to relate to diverse audiences is impressive, and only surpassed by her passion to assure each student grasps concepts and principles related to each of their jobs and company missions. She is a consummate professional and consistently receives high marks from students.”
~ Margo Maher, Director of Workforce Development and Health and Safety Training, Association of General Contractors New Mexico Building Branch