Good afternoon,

Just a reminder that the 2/14 OEWD CapacityBuilding Initiative Workshop – “Are You Talking Like Business PeopleThink?– Get the Private Sector to Use Your Services”, led by LarryRobbin – has been CANCELLED. Our sincere apologiesfor any inconvenience that this may have caused. Please note thatregistration is now open for our March workshop, entitled “Howthe Recession has Changed the Hiring Decision and What it Means for YourInterview Training”, led by workforce industry expert Larry Robbin.

About this Workshop
If you are currently doing interview trainingthe same way you did it before the recession, your work is out of datewith how the hiring decision is being made in today’s labor market. Someof the things you are teaching people will actually keep them from gettinga job offer. Regardless of whether you are working with entry levelor professional and managerial job seekers you need to know how to helpthem look like the employee of the future so they get the hiring offer.You’ll learn why business people have changed their hiring criteria andwhat it means for your work. Get new ideas that will help your jobseekers position themselves as the recession busting employee that businessesneed. Learn how to make mock interviews really resemble the hiringinterview. This workshop was standing room only at the OEWD Workforce Forumso make sure you don’t miss out!

The workshop will be held on Tuesday,March 6th from 9:00am-12:00pm. More logistical details will be sent to you when you register.

If you are interested in attending, pleasesend us an email at mailto:workforce.development@sfgov.org, with the subject line”Register Me for 3/6 CBI Workshop”.

If you have any questions, please contactthe CBI Coordinator, Kriztina Palone, at Kriztina.Palone@sfgov.org. Formore information about the CBI, you can also visit the Capacity BuildingInitiative page on our website for updates at http://www.workforcedevelopmentsf.org/aboutus/(under the “Workforce Community” tab).

Thank you!
OEWD – Workforce Division


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