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Global Corporate College: International Connections for Regional Impact

by Alana J. Mauger

Community colleges have a proven track record in building the economic growth of the regions they serve by offering employers customized workforce development and training. 489 more words


Testing Boundaries in Workforce Management

Crossovers – there are many excellent and successful examples in music (think the highly popular Gregorian choir, Yo Yo Ma’s classical – latin experiments, or the ever dynamic Linkin Park), in the fine arts, in culinary endeavors, in dance, and in literature. 178 more words


Women in the Workforce (Japan)

Friday, September 12, 2014

Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke via video to a women in the workforce conference held in Japan. In her remarks, Clinton spoke about the lack of paid family leave in the United States. 56 more words


Inland area still seeing jobs created

There were more than 34,000 Inland Empire residents collecting paychecks in August than there were 12 months ago, according to the monthly report released about two hours ago by the state Employment Development Department. 314 more words


Workforce Development official visits Tech Training Center

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development officials have touted Truck Country for the company’s initiative to develop homegrown talent as part of the Wisconsin Fast Forward initiative. 226 more words

Asia urged to see opportunity in ageing society

Asia is ageing faster than ever before. The United Nation’s population fund projects that by 2050, one in four people in the region will be over 60 – more than 1.2 billion people. 65 more words


Fathers gain the right to time off for antenatal appointments.

Do you currently allow your expectant Dad’s or civil partners to take time off for antenatal appointments?

If you don’t, from 1st October you will need to allow them to take time off work to attend up to 2 appointments during their partner’s pregnancy.  138 more words