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The initiative runs through Aug. 7.
The retail and food and hospitality industries might see the greatest turnover.
52% of employers experience issues due to worker substance misuse or addiction.
59% of surveyed senior managers postponed promoting top performers due to the pandemic.
"We have multiple programs that assist people with work readiness," Nunziato said.
“Workforce development begins in kindergarten," says Kelli Vallieres, executive director of the newly-formed Connecticut Workforce Development Unit. "By talking with them at such a young age about what they’re interested in, you can find the fire that sparks their interest."
Trader Joe's had 1,250 positive cases reported over the past eight months.
More than 24% of Hudson Valley residents who work, commute to their primary jobs in New York City, according to a report from Marist...
The minimum wage required to be paid under New York state law by businesses in Westchester goes up to $13 per hour as planned...
The study found average household income for Bridgeport’s 65-plus residents was $57,488.
The Westchester County Association is making workforce development a key area of activity following its success in managing the four-year, $9.8 million Jobs Waiting...
New data finds 36,028 Connecticut-based immigrant entrepreneurs who generate $1.1 billion in income.
By Jeanne Maloney and Ann Rubenzahl New York has a rich history of welcoming immigrants, and is one of the six states in the U....
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