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Transforming Ohio's Workforce

According to the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, one of the most critical gaps we face as a state is the “substantial shortage of working-age adults with the degrees and credentials required to be successful in the labor market – in other words, a gap between employer expectations and worker capabilities.” 696 more words

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Opportunities in Construction Information Series kicks off in Maple Heights

Come out to learn what career and entrepreneurship opportunities available in Northeast Ohio construction and skilled trades industry for men and women. Industry insiders will be on site. 8 more words

Cleveland

News Bulletin: February 9, 2017


Kasabonika Lake News 

February 9, 2017

Weather: Clear Sky, It’s -20 feels like -28

  • Nishnawbe – Aski Nation is holding a Residential School Survivors Gathering in Timmins ON, from March 10-12 called “Walking Together on Our Journey.”.
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Community

Ode to the Concrete Man

This morning, there is a man who will wake long before the rising of the sun. His first thoughts upon waking will be the day’s pour and how to get it accomplished. 915 more words

Life

COLUMN : Prevailing Wage protects our communities, Arlan Meekhof and ABC want to repeal it

Sean Egan (IBEW 275) is the chair of the Kent-Ionia Labor Council. 

After successfully fighting off the attempts by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and some Republicans attempts to cut construction wages in Michigan, the Building Trades Unions and construction workers across the State are back at the forefront of protecting Michigan workers. 350 more words

Wages

Effective Tips To Secure An Office Building

The most prone premises to crime and burglaries are offices and businesses. They are often attacked by intruders for intellectual property and money theft. This is the reason why business owners in Red Deer always look for commercial lock installation services. 388 more words

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Prevailing Wage repeal fight returns to Michigan

LANSING January 19, 2017– The Michigan legislature opened up their 2017 session with three bills intended to repeal Michigan’s prevailing wage laws. Similar measures were… 212 more words

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