Business Breakfast Forum: Hiring Seasonal Workforces - What's Working?
Maine’s labor crunch is never more apparent than in the spring when the state’s $6 billion tourism industry scrambles for workers. Construction and landscaping services ramp up, too. They are finding success in some surprising places. This event takes place before the library officially opens, so please enter on Elm Street, located across the street from the METRO hub for easy public transportation access. The library's bicycle racks are right by this entrance as well. Doors open at 7:15 a.m. Program starts at 7:45 a.m. Street parking is free until 9:00 a.m. Thank you to Coffee By Design, who will serve a complimentary selection of roasts and teas to attendees. Hosted by Business Editor Carol Coultas. Panelists include: Allyson Cavaretta, General Manager, Meadowmere Resort Laura Dolce, Kennebunk Area Chamber of Commerce Greg Dugal, Director of Government Affairs at HospitalityMaine Greg Dugal has served as the President and CEO of the Maine Innkeepers Association and the Maine Restaurant Association. Greg now finds himself as Director of Government Affairs for both associations. Greg has been involved in the tourism and hospitality industry for almost 35 years, was named Chamber Executive of the Year by the Maine State Chamber of Commerce and received honors as Restauranteur of the Year by the Maine Restaurant Association. Greg also served on the Board of Directors of the Convention & Visitors Bureau of Greater Portland, the Maine Tourism Association, and the International Society of Hotel Association Executives, the Board of the American Hotel & Lodging Association and was past chair of the Maine Tourism Commission. This Business Breakfast Forum is supported by
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