Vincent Ginski Chosen to Speak About Talent Pipeline at Statewide Chamber Annual Meeting
Vincent Ginski, GBA’s Strategic Initiatives Director, will be among a panel of distinguished representatives discussing workforce issues at the North Carolina Chamber Annual Meeting March 22 in Raleigh, NC.
Ginski has been leading the Talent Pipeline Management program for the GBA since its inception. TPM is an employer-led talent collaboratives to address critical talent needs.
Employers form a “Collaborative” and work together to:
- Identify and project critical job demand
- Align job requirements and submit workforce data
- Analyze talent supply and existing capacity
- Implement and manage improved pipelines
Businesses participating in collaboratives ensure stronger brand recognition, clearer communication, shared expertise, improved leverage for getting results, and added value for smaller employers by providing needed capacity and leverage.
Partners on this initiative include Belmont Abbey College, Gaston College, Gaston County Schools, Gaston County Workforce Development Board, Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont, NC Works and TechWorks Gaston.
Along with Ginski, the Institute for Workforce Competitiveness Panel will include:
- Dan Gerlach, Owner, Dan Gerlach LLC
- Margaret Roberton, Vice President of Workforce Development, Central Carolina Community College
- Moderator: Gary Salamido, President and CEO, NC Chamber
The Gaston Business Association is proud to have Ginski showcase the collaborative efforts of the GBA and its partners to solve workforce issues in Gaston County.
For more information about TPM or how to get involved, please contact Amelia Shechet, TPM Specialist at email@example.com.