5 Get-Started Steps for Your Small Business Succession Plan
What is Full Employment and How it is Impacting WIOA Service Delivery
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EDSI is thrilled to announce a new virtual reality tool now available to jobseekers participating in pre-employment workshops in three offices in the Philadelphia, PA area. The idea came about when a company executive saw a demonstration of the technology on a Vice News YouTube video, and that started the ball rolling. The video highlighted tasks that were designed to teach prison inmates life skills so that they could return to the community after serving 20+ year terms.
If you’re interested in learning more about knowledge management, or if you need more insight on why it’s important to your company, you’ve come to the right place. In this brief article, you will learn the basic definition of knowledge management, the two main types of knowledge and how your company stands to benefit from a knowledge management plan.
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This year I had the honor of attending the Michigan Educators Apprenticeship and Training Association’s (MEATA) 2018 Spring conference in Traverse City, MI, attended by nearly 200 professionals. During the conference, the first Apprenticeship in a Day workshop was held, where 12 companies were given the opportunity to complete and register their apprenticeship standards with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Many of us have one of those “buy 10, get 1 free” cards stuffed somewhere in our wallet or purse. It seems every company is concerned about customer retention, but how many companies are concerned about employee retention?
The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) has greatly improved assistance for jobseekers through the integrated, employer-driven, public workforce development system. The new regulations require workforce centers to collaborate with adult education, postsecondary education, and other partners to establish career pathways programs.
When it comes to running a successful company, there’s no question that profit and growth are only sustainable if a clear succession plan is in place. What good is your business if all the institutional knowledge needed to handle the in’s and out’s of the company is tucked away in your CEO’s head?
Is your workforce getting older? If you are like most manufacturers, your workforce is aging. In many situations, you may have critical positions and skill sets at risk of competitive poaching, retirement, illness or worse. The problem is common, yet most companies are not dealing with the issue proactively. Instead, they wait until a key employee’s departure is inevitable or has already occurred.
In its most basic form, a career path is a plan for an employee to move through various positions to obtain an ideal career. The plan could move them vertically into a senior position, or horizontally into a different type of job role. Most successful companies develop career paths for their employees in order to provide a realistic picture of their position in the coming years.