Now and Next: A Food and Beverage Labour Forecast to 2030
Accompany Elliott Gauthier, Senior Vice President and national leader of Data + Analytics at Hill + Knowlton Strategies, as he shares his insights and takes you through Food Processing Skills Canada’s new food and beverage processing labour forecast.
Elliott will break down the challenges and opportunities the food and beverage workforce will be faced with. From the cost of vacancies today, to retirement trajectories and subsector impacts in 2030.
- Today’s labour situation and what vacancies are costing the industry
- Retiring trajectories for the next 7 years, and which subsectors will be impacted the most
- Canada’s population forecast for 2030 and what that means for your business.
- The number of new workers needed to fill the industry workforce expansion
Tune in for industry insights you won’t want to miss, on May 25th, 1:00PM EST.
Elliott Gauthier has a close connection to Food Processing Skills Canada and the broader sector. For many years he has worked with FPSC on many strategic initiatives, from representation at industry events, to authoring and strategically communicating FPSC’s cornerstone Labour Market Information Studies (LMI’s), moderating Board growth and strategic initiative sessions, refining the membership strategy and emceeing and presenting at the annual FPSC industry conference.
Elliott a Senior Vice-President at Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of world’s leading communications firms. He is a member of H+K’s Canadian Leadership Team, leads the reputation measurement practice in the Global Corporate Affairs + Advisory group, sits on H+K’s Global Technology Solutions Committee and is a senior leader in the Global Data + Analytics group. With more than 15 years’ experience in senior-level research positions in the communications industry Elliott leads the Canadian Data + Analytics team, a team of skilled researchers and measurement experts located in Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver.