Friday, November 10, 2017 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Presenter: Brent Mikulski, President and CEO, Services to Enhance Potential (STEP)
Filling minimum wage jobs is a major issue for Michigan employers, and retaining those employees even tougher. Find out how to fill those jobs with qualified applicants, receive retention assistance, and continued support. This one hour webinar will outline the strategic reasons to hire the disabled including:
- Possible Tax Benefits
- Diversity Goals
- Staffing Options
Register here: https://cc.callinfo.com/r/1wji4aiqn6oa3&eom
This webinar has been submitted for continuing education credit.
THIS IS A WEB ONLY BROADCAST. HEADPHONES OR SPEAKERS ARE NEEDED FOR AUDIO.
Brent Mikulski, President & CEO of Services to Enhance Potential, has been working within Community Mental Health since the late 1990s. He started his non-profit career managing contracts for over 125 residential group homes and semi-independent living units. Since then he has held various executive level positions overseeing outpatient mental health programs, an inpatient psychiatric center, and a transitional housing program. Since 2014, Brent has served as President and CEO of Services to Enhance Potential. Brent holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma and a Master’s in Business Administration Degree from Wayne State University. In addition to his dedication to the mission and vision of STEP, Brent is active on a variety of community boards including Arc of Dearborn, Wayne County Sheriff Youth and Senior Educational Fund, Lake Ridge Residential Services, and the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce.