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About Us

A message from our sponsor

A good baker is hard to find! Finding and hiring great people is a challenge for bakeries of all sizes amid the current labour shortage. In this webinar we provide perspective and an approach to hiring that will put your bakery in a position to attract, hire and ultimately keep good employees.

Our expert panellists will tackle these questions:
  • What is the current state of the labour market in Canada for bakeries, restaurants and other food service, and what is the future outlook?
  • What should I consider before hiring a team member?
  • Which strategies will help me make a successful, long-term hire?
  • How is one successful Canadian bakery navigating the labour shortage and which recruiting and hiring strategies are working best?

Meet our speakers:
Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses with 97,000 members across every industry and region.

Karen Bornarth
Karen Bornarth is executive director of the Bread Bakers Guild of America, a non-profit membership association dedicated to supporting the sustainable growth of the artisan baking industry through education, training and community. She developed an initiative at Hot Bread Kitchen to improve job quality and business performance in small food businesses, and oversaw a team to design and deliver a dynamic workforce development program in New York City.

Tabitha Langel
Tabitha Langel is owner and one of five founding partners in Tall Grass Prairie Bakery, a respected bakery with locations at the heart of two Winnipeg neighbourhoods. The thriving business, established in 1990, attracts talented staff who share its values of hard work, integrity, sourcing local ingredients and positivity.

This live interactive webinar is sponsored by the Baking Association of Canada. Become a member today! Become a member today!

Baking Association of Canada
c/o 4-2380 Wyecroft Rd. Oakville, ON L6L 6W1
Telephone : 905 405 0288 | info@baking.ca | www.baking.ca