Register for Jan. 13 ‘Making Diversity Work in NH’ Conference

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MANCHESTER, NH – Register today for the Jan. 13 Making Diversity Work in NH conference at Saint Anselm College, a special summit where local experts will discuss recruitment and retention in the age of immigration reform. The conference runs from 7:30 – 10:30 a.m.

Karina Arnaez, keynote speaker.
Karina Arnaez, keynote speaker.

Business owners, executive level professionals, and HR managers attending the conference will leave with knowledge of the benefits and strategies of recruiting and retaining diverse local and foreign workers during this time of policy reform. The conference is hosted by NH Business Review.Screen Shot 2015-01-02 at 10.54.37 PM

Keynote speaker Karina Arnaez, Diversity Program Manager at PAREXEL, specializes in helping enterprises maximize the opportunities created when they employ diverse local, and foreign workers. Arnaez has worked with many different industries including Healthcare, Technology, Power Systems, Financial, Academia, HR Consulting, and Nonprofits.

Jawed Ali Shaikh of Alibaba Wholefoods.
Jawed Ali Shaikh of Alibaba Wholefoods.

Panelists, include Jawed Ali Shaikh and Ali Faraz, co-owners of Alibaba Wholefoods Festival in Manchester, and local legal and health insurance professionals, all experts in this ever-changing employment arena. Another panelist, Eva Castillo, is a familiar expert at the NH State House, whenever testimony is sought in relation to bills that affect immigrants and refugees.

Register online here, $35 before the event, or
$45 at the door.

 

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