This post is a repost from the Oregon Coast Visitor Association (OCVA)
Greetings Owner / HR Manager –
As we all know, recruiting a skilled workforce is difficult these days. We are creating initiatives to address these challenges and intend to identify the most common workforce training needs by surveying employers directly http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6JWmo7gruXqTG5L
Preferably the person responsible for, or knowledgeable about, your company’s workforce development i.e. the hiring and training of employees should complete this survey by 5:00pm on Monday, February 26th.
This survey has been commissioned by the Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) as part of our effort to provide responsive service by offering to support specialized training and professional development opportunities to the coastal visitor industry.
Your responses will help us determine priorities. Some educational programs may be offered at no charge, while others will require a fee. OCVA will partner with other organizations like Oregon State University Extension to provide training in response to the information you provide.
Answering every question greatly improves our ability to provide appropriate support, however all of the questions are completely optional. Reports generated will not include any business or personal names or emails. The contact information helps to respond to specific needs and to ensure respondents are valid.
THE PEOPLE’S COAST
OREGON COAST VISITORS ASSOCIATION
po box 940
tillamook, or 97141
c 541 264 0543
p 541 574 2679 or 888 628 2101
Background: The Oregon Coast Visitor’s Association (OCVA) is the official Regional Destination Management Organization (RDMO) as designated by the Oregon Tourism Commission, DBA Travel Oregon. Our association is comprised of Chambers of Commerce, Visitors Centers/Bureaus, resource management entities and 100+ private tourism businesses along Oregon’s 363 miles of coastline. We advocate on behalf of the coastal tourism industry by facilitating industry alignment, coordinating industry management efforts and by engaging in cooperative promotional activities which achieve maximum, measurable benefits for our coastal economy with minimal negative impacts on our quality of life.