Strengthening Our Child Care Workforce As Economic Recovery
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by WAER
1y ago
Childcare is increasingly being recognized as not just something that affects those who need it and work in it, but as a central economic issue that effects the entire community ..read more
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What About Human Services Agencies?
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
The non-profit human services agencies that serve Central New York’s most vulnerable residents are among those hit hardest by the labor shortage ..read more
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It’s Summertime, but the Hiring Isn't Easy
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
Summertime means pooltime in Central New York. But the city of Syracuse’s Parks, Recreation and Youth Programs department is wondering how well they can serve that need this year ..read more
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Filling the Job Vacancy Void with Technical Training?
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
Businesses and manufacturers in Central New York frequently say they have job openings but, the local workforce lacks the necessary qualified candidates with college degrees, specific skill sets and certified job training.  The job vacancy dilemma has educators and businesses looking to CTE - Car ..read more
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Is Remote Work A Fit For Everyone?
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
Central New Yorkers converted toy rooms, dining rooms and kitchen tables into offices during COVID. More than 30 percent of U.S. employees reported some form of teleworking amid the pandemic ..read more
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Developing a Local Workforce
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
It’s no secret that Syracuse has opportunity on its horizon. But to fully take advantage of what lies ahead, the city needs the workforce to do so ..read more
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Measuring the Labor Shortage
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
You’ve seen the signs everywhere for the past several months.  Help Wanted ..read more
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Introducing City Limits: A Working Dilemma
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
2y ago
When the pandemic struck the United States in 2020, many of us were forced to adjust the way we work. Some of us were forced to work remotely, while others were simply told not to come to work ..read more
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Students Are The Leaders In SCSD’s New Diversity Training Initiative
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by WAER
3y ago
Diversity, equity and inclusion, or DEI training, has been on the rise for years across sectors, but following the murder of George Floyd, demand for these trainings surged ..read more
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Boosting Entrepreneurship to Address the Wealth Gap
City Limits - A Poverty Project
by WAER
3y ago
According to the National Equity Atlas, workers of color are disproportionately affected by economic inequality.  They tend to be concentrated in low-wage jobs with little opportunity for economic security or upward mobility.  And with far less income to work with and limited to no access to capi ..read more
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