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CREATE BRIDGES CREATE ACADEMY - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Mary Lanning
32:27
affordable housing for entry level jobs
Julie Spiro Donaldson
32:48
I agree with Mary!
Bernadette Peters
32:53
ditto
Mary Lanning
33:34
if we solve the housing issue - then the rest will be easier to manage
Nick Breedlove
34:08
Agreed - looking at the wages for all these sectors really highlights the need for affordable housing. Workers can’t afford high rents.
Laura Lauffer
34:48
affordable housing is a long term issue
Ann Bass - NC ARC, Main Street & Rural Planning
38:42
Clearly there is a need for increased "salaries" maybe this needs to be reframed to think about income beyond these lower income jobs. Supplemental or building a total income beyond a single job.
Nick Breedlove
39:03
Agree Ann - living wage
RUMC Eric Reece
40:56
https://livingwage.mit.edu/counties/37075
Sarah Langer
41:55
Thanks Eric. Here is also county-level self-sufficiency wages for NC: https://www.unitedwaync.org/self-sufficiency-standard
Laura Lauffer
41:58
higher wages are necessary
Bernadette Peters
42:21
Agree with Annie!
Bernadette Peters
46:54
Thanks for the recording, Becky. I hope so too!
Chris Stuckey
47:09
I agree! Where are the managers?
Nick Breedlove
49:46
Bern - back to a previous discussion with CREATE - Employers have to value continued education and training for themselves and their employees.
Mary Lanning
49:59
even if double salary - they still cannot afford living in our area due to rent for a one bedroom (if you can even find one that is available for long term) often starting at over $1000 - get a 2 or 3 bedroom and you go 1500-2000.
Mary Lanning
50:13
work force housing
Sophia Paulos
50:27
That's the same cost as housing in the DC area
Victoria Valencia
50:45
Hi! Campground owner here. All this data is very interesting!
Sarah Langer
01:09:42
https://www.shortform.com/summary/the-21-irrefutable-laws-of-leadership-summary-john-c-maxwell?gclid=Cj0KCQjwqKuKBhCxARIsACf4XuEQ0tA584Irtfmp1uQWT4Ix7TfOoxrrl-j-XczJPJEaYKDgWaD1EcYaAlanEALw_wcB
Ann Bass - NC ARC, Main Street & Rural Planning
01:17:39
Hooray Donna! This session is shifting focus to developing people rather than-a'workforce'. Need Talent development locally, too--beyond focus on outside talent recruitment
Julie Spiro Donaldson
01:17:59
We provide 401K, PTO, 50% paid insurance, paid volunteer time off, pet love leave and discover your own back yard paid time off. Some of the non-traditional benefits have been most appreciated, and really cost the least, so even with a modest budget sometimes you can provide a 'benefit' that is not necessarily financially costly, but shows the employee you genuinely care about them.
Sophia Paulos
01:18:00
Excellent point Ann!
Chanel Nestor
01:20:59
Retail Breakout Room Facilitators: Tim Black and Susan Jakes/Tim Ware. The link to your jamboard is https://jamboard.google.com/d/1NRnmDvSQ0H7Lk_fZ5frAesD8h6yuyKAFewDuSaA_2eU/edit?usp=sharingTourism Breakout Room Facilitators: Nick Breedlove and Duarte Morais. The link to your jamboard is https://jamboard.google.com/d/13ipC5C-X4ogKrlw9Si3rpemYk5_IiFZMh2P1A9hYypo/edit?usp=sharingAccommodation Breakout Room Facilitators: Bernadette Peters and Becky Bowen. The link to your jamboard is https://jamboard.google.com/d/1ovQ4SISYI3-LN1RiuMTwZl3IqL1APcZABwczltWw7A0/edit?usp=sharingEntertainment Breakout Room Facilitators: Laura Lauffer and Sarah Hall. The link to your jamboard is https://jamboard.google.com/d/1Ds5nXX0ZNwfP08SaOyhVFK5UquPugYdIeECujCrFkEI/edit?usp=sharing
tim.black
01:22:32
I did not
Sophia Paulos
01:22:41
I did not get a msg
Victoria Valencia
01:22:45
Trying to figure it out.
Mary Lanning
01:24:53
i clicked on accommodations but the slide that opened up shows tourism
jaeshin
01:25:36
Chanel, can you add me to the accommodation room?
JAM
01:25:46
JAM I accommodate retail for tourism entertainment