Employer Resource Network USA National Peer Learning Conference
ERN-USA® transforms companies one employee at a time through the support and growth of existing employer resource networks, the development of new networks, peer learning across all partners, and in-depth evaluation to demonstrate high impact for employees, employers, government and communities.
What is the ERN?
At the low cost of $225 you will receive 2 full days of collaborative learning, expert presentations, business development, and networking opportunities! By attending the ERN USA Peer Learning Conference you are not only opening your business up to the wisdom, best practices, and success tools that others are utilizing around the nation, but you are also inviting others to learn and grow from the strengths and successes of your business. From breakfast with keynote speaker to networking cocktail hour and dinner reception you will have time and space to share, learn, and network. In addition, because of the location of the conference you will be a very short distance from excellent food vendors and many activities including the Rivers Casino, Proctors Theater, Via Aquarium, Museum of Innovation, and much more!
At This Conference We Will
- Share best practices and success
- Build the foundation for an ongoing learning community
- Continue adaptation and scaling of effective, proven workforce development solutions that benefit all stakeholders
Who Should Attend
Agencies who administrate ERNs locally, regionally, & state-wide
- funding for "start-up & innovation”
- measuring success
- employer engagement
- marketing & outreach
- creating company culture for employee success
- measuring success
- universal barriers: childcare, transportation, housing
- career pathways/talent pipeline
Success Coaches looking to learn from peers
- working with ERN employers
- goal setting after emergency needs
- SuccessForce database
- financial literacy and hardship loans/savings
This is an ERN USA® event. The Employer Resource Network is an innovative, employer based model that pulls together a consortium of small- to mid size businesses to provide job retention services, work supports, and training opportunities for entry level employees, many of whom are receiving public assistance.
The event will be hosted by the Schenectady New York area Network.