Tags » Workforce » Page 2

Lee College Vice President Debi Jordan to retire in January 2017

BAYTOWN, TX When Debi Jordan was given the task of researching self-sustaining training programs at community colleges in 2005, she had no idea where it would end up. 988 more words

News

Macomb employers looking for more engineering talent

Last month, the Macomb Business Blog looked at top job postings for all jobs in Macomb County. This month, we examine the labor market specifically for one of… 410 more words

Macomb

Our love affair with teams

Health care has a love affair with teams. Everybody wants to be a good team player. Not me. I’m still struggling with the distinction between groups and teams in health care. 338 more words

Healthcare

Scholar: China should import ASEAN labor force to battle aging population

(People’s Daily Online)

China could further ease its visa policies to facilitate labor flow from ASEAN countries into China’s aging society, suggested a consultant of the State Council. 171 more words

China

Retaining Your Workforce Webinar

Our EFCN colleagues are hosting a webinar to share strategies on how small systems can retain a happy workforce.

DATE:              December 8, 2016

TIME:               2:00-3:00PM (eastern) 45 more words

Capacity Development

The Evolution of the Workforce

Evolution is typically energised by a single but significant change, the effects of which are radical but slow coming. Language, the ability to walk upright and the introduction of money each happened in pockets spread over land and generations. 1,045 more words

Leadership

IEDC: Is the skills gap an illusion?

Educators are failing students because they aren’t training them in the skills needed to fill open jobs: This is the commonly accepted narrative surrounding the “skills gap,” and the explanation for why companies are slow to hire even though plenty are looking for work. 321 more words

Workforce