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About 150 delegates expected to attend Pinal County Town Hall Oct. 19

About 150 delegates expected to attend Pinal County Town Hall Oct. 19

“Pinal County’s Workforce Puzzle…Preparing Today’s Communities for Tomorrow’s Opportunities” is the theme for the 30th Annual Pinal County Town Hall, Thursday Oct. 19.  Approximately 150 delegates are expected to attend the informative sessions being held at Robson Ranch, 5750 N. Robson Blvd. in Eloy.
Pinal County Town Hall’s primary sponsor each year is the Pinal County Board of Supervisors.  Supervisor Anthony Smith, Dist. 4, represents the board on the Pinal County Town Hall Advisory Committee.
The committee is composed of representatives from throughout Pinal County who meet monthly to work out details for the event.
During this year’s town hall, Sandra Watson, representing the Governor’s Office and the Arizona Commerce Authority, will look ahead at Arizona’s future workforce.  New generations coming into today’s workforce think differently than yesterday’s workforce.  What do they expect and how will employers view this new generational transition?
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