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Solutions to workforce challenges

Giving our businesses the means to meet their needs. Events The activity will be held in French.

With financial assistance provided by:

Forum stratégique – Les solutions aux défis de main-d’œuvre

The Forum at a glance

The labour market is undergoing profound changes. Workforce-related challenges are having a strong effect on some sectors of the economy. This situation is a major barrier to economic growth and business competitiveness.

On March 25, join us for the first edition of the Forum on Solutions to workforce challenges, a showcase of solutions intended to identify priority courses of action and better equip the business community.

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An essential meeting

Engage with key speakers and be heard by taking part in defining the roadmap for improving the situation.

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Business opportunities

Meet and network with experts and companies facing the same challenges.

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A winning strategy

Learn more about the changes in the job market from our expert speakers at the morning Forum, and build your skills by taking part in our afternoon workshops.

Who is this event for?

  • CEOs, executives, HR managers or any role involved in recruiting, training and retaining talent
  • Workers’ associations;
  • Sectoral groups;
  • Community networks;
  • Education networks (universities, Fédération des Cégeps, Fédération des Centres de Services Scolaires)
  • Government partners.

Register now to reserve your spot!

The key moments of our program

7:30 a.m. – Welcome: breakfast and networking

8 a.m. – Welcoming remarks

Introductory note

  •  
    Michel Leblanc President and CEO
    Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal
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Navigating changes in the job market

Labour scarcity: a portrait of Quebec and Greater Montréal

Take part in a decisive discussion on Quebec’s labour shortage. Explore the causes, impacts and specifics of Greater Montréal.

  • Emna Braham Executive Director
    Institut du Québec
  • Mia Homsy Vice-President, Workforce and Economic Intelligence
    Investissement Québec
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How are Greater Montréal’s strategic sectors preparing for the future?

Focusing on innovation and skills development: the example of the life sciences and health sector

Discover the expansion of the life sciences sector in Montréal and its workforce challenges. Join the discussion to explore its action plan.

  • Frédéric Dubé Government Affairs & Market Access Director
    bioMérieux

Modernizing your industry and improving housing affordability: the example of the construction sector

Explore the future of construction: analysis of the shortage, the need for new skills, ongoing reforms and possible solutions.

  • Audrey Murray President and CEO
    Commission de la construction du Québec
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Preparing the next generation

The future of work according to gen Z and millenials

Join this discussion to explore the future of work according to Gen Z and Millennials: solutions for attraction and retention and innovative practices for well-being.

  • Jean-Marc Léger CEO
    Léger
    Fellow
    Canadian Research and Insights Council (CRIC)
  • Jacques Nantel, C.M. Ph.D Professor Emeritus
    HEC Montréal

Higher education at the cutting edge of job market transformation

Join this discussion to understand how universities are adapting to today’s economic challenges, integrating emerging technologies and innovation to train for the jobs of the future, and strategies to support graduates in an ever-changing context.

  • Maud Cohen
    Maud Cohen, P.Eng., FIC, MBA, ASC President
    Polytechnique Montréal
  • Bernard Tremblay Chief Executive Officer
    Fédération des cégeps
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Training and retraining: Ensuring the skills of the future

Flash presentations – Innovation as a productivity driver

Discover the benefits of integrating new technologies to optimize productivity, revealing strategic opportunities for businesses.

Transformation of the labour market: impact on jobs and skills development

The job market is changing, and it's important to adapt to stay competitive. Come and listen to an expert in economic development, who will share his insights on the key skills in demand today, and how to prepare for technological and green transitions.

  • Jean Lortie President of Commission des partenaires du marché du travail
    Conseil emploi métropole (CEM)

12 p.m. – Lunch and networking

1:30 p.m. – Start of expert-led sessions

Take part in a half-day of co-creation with market experts to identify the major solutions to workforce challenges.

Expert-led session #1

  • Florian Pradon Expert in recruitment of talent and innovative corporate culture, entrepreneur and speaker.

3:30 p.m. – End of event

Prices

Members Non members
STRATEGIC FORUM - SOLUTIONS TO WORKFORCE CHALLENGES - MONDAY, MARCH 25 2024 – GENERAL ADMISSION
*If you have any questions, please write to us at reservations@ccmm.ca.
STRATEGIC FORUM - SOLUTIONS TO WORKFORCE CHALLENGES - MONDAY, MARCH 25 2024 – GENERAL ADMISSION
*If you have any questions, please write to us at reservations@ccmm.ca.
$380 *
$480 *
STRATEGIC FORUM - SOLUTIONS TO WORKFORCE CHALLENGES - MONDAY, MARCH 25 2024 – SME NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
*If you have any questions, please write to us at reservations@ccmm.ca.
STRATEGIC FORUM - SOLUTIONS TO WORKFORCE CHALLENGES - MONDAY, MARCH 25 2024 – SME NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
*If you have any questions, please write to us at reservations@ccmm.ca.
$285 *
$360 *

Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For more information

Muriel Delamare
Special Projects Manager
mdelamare@ccmm.ca

Registration deadline: March 25, 2024

No cancellations or refunds as of 48 business hours before the event. Participant substitutions are accepted until the event is held. Please send cancellation notices by email at reservations@ccmm.ca.

Location

New City Gas

950 Ottawa Street
Montréal, Québec
H3C 1S4

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