WETHERSFIELD - Available education, employment and workforce development services, and how to successfully use them, will be explored at the upcoming Business CT 2017 conference sponsored the Connecticut Employment and Training Commission and state Department of Labor.
The conference offers morning presentations and employer panels, including a session featuring several companies sharing successful public-private partnership strategies. Afternoon workshop speakers will include Arlene Lugo, program director of Connecticut Tech Act Project, Bureau of Rehabilitation Services; Resa Spaziani, director of the labor department’s Division of Wage and Workplace Standards; Susan Pierson, State Adult Education Director with the department of education; and Glen Duhl, principal attorney with Zangari, Cutherbertson, Duhl and Grello, P.C.
Business CT 2017 will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 3 at the Farmington Marriott, 15 Spring Farm Springs Rd., Farmington.
The $75 registration includes breakfast, lunch and conference materials. Online registration and a conference agenda can be found at www.businessct.com .