Employee Development Strategies & Human Capital Risk Management

When:  Oct 26, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PT)
Associated with  Portland, Oregon

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Employee Development Strategies &  

Human Capital Risk Management

Facilitated by Cal Beyer and John Hurd

Construction is a labor-intensive industry and is facing a significant shortage of current and future skilled workers. Progressive companies understand human capital is an asset to be leveraged and a risk to be managed. Management in construction continues to evolve from traditional human resources to a talent management model. Employee, supervisory, and leadership development is a bridge that leads to effective human capital risk management.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define human capital risk management and discuss the benefits of managing human capital as a tangible and intangible asset.
  • Discuss traditional personnel vs. current employee development vs. emerging talent management workforce challenges impacting the construction industry.
  • Discuss how employee development and talent management can counter the current and future workforce shortage.
  • Facilitate an interactive roundtable among attendees to exchange lessons learned, success stories, and best practices.

Calvin Beyer

Risk Management Director, Lakeside Industries, Inc.

Cal Beyer is the Director of Risk Management for Lakeside Industries, Inc. in Issaquah, WA. Lakeside Industries is a third generation family-owned business and a leading producer and paving contractor of hot mix asphalt with 20 locations in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

Cal has more than 27 years of professional experience in safety, insurance, and risk management serving the construction industry in various capacities. He has extensive experience in strategic risk improvement and risk management best practices for the construction industry.

Cal is a former member of CFMA’s Executive Committee and served as National Secretary for 2009-2010. He co-developed CFMA’s Emergency Management Planning CPE course. He speaks regularly at CFMA’s Annual Conference & Exhibition, frequently presents at CFMA regional conferences, and is an established author for CFMA Building Profits magazine. Cal is a member of CFMA’s Puget Sound chapter.

John Hurd

Talent Acquisition Specialist, Lakeside Industries, Inc.

John Hurd is the Talent Acquisition Specialist for Lakeside Industries. He uses his creative problem solving to tackle the construction industry workforce shortage.

He is actively collaborating with labor unions, community-based organizations, schools, construction associations and local legislators to build a pipeline for future

construction trade workers. John has worked for Lakeside for 14 years . John has a total of 22 years of production maintenance experience  He is a former hot mix

asphalt plant operator as well as a long-term member of the Operating Engineers.

This seminar was presented at the National Conference

THIS IS ALSO OUR MEMBERSHIP AWARENESS MONTH SO IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE THAT MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PART OF THE

CONSTRUCTION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION BRING THEM TO THE MEETING

Members that bring a potential new member get a raffle ticket for a gift card, Members that bring a potential new member – and that potential new member does indeed become a member before 12/31/16 get a gift card

Location

Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon St
Portland, OR

Contact

Michelle Waddell
(503) 869-0171
Portland.CFMA@gmail.com