PSNS & IMF Apprentice Program graduates 229 journey-level mechanics > Naval Sea Systems Command > Saved News Module

BREMERTON, Wash.   –   In an event four years in the making, 229 skilled workers graduated from the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility Apprentice Program during a ceremony held Sept. 23, 2022, at the Bremerton High School Performing Arts Center. This year’s graduates represent 27 different trades and maintained an overall class […]

The Fed’s fight against inflation could cost the US 1.2 million jobs

Data, however, doesn’t mince words. The Fed’s latest economic projections, released Wednesday alongside a massive third consecutive interest rate hike of 75 basis points, show that the central bank is expecting the nation’s unemployment rate to grow to 4.4% next year — up from August’s 3.7% — and potentially as high as 5%. Assuming no […]

HR shares goals for comprehensive strategic plan | University Times

By SHANNON O. WELLS Pitt’s Office of Human Resources held a recent series of informational sessions and forums for employees focused its fledgling strategic plan. The in-person and virtual sessions gave faculty and staff an opportunity to learn how HR is seeking to improve or enhance its mission and services and add to its offerings […]

Lower School Tutor – Axios Charlotte

Positions details:• Provides tutoring to lower school students grades JK-4• Focus of intervention is on remediation for students struggling in reading, writing and math• Monthly communication with teachers, parents and students• Monthly reporting of student progress• Supportive and collaborative work environment• Hours are up to 30 hours per week• Schedule varies with cycle days Educations […]

Newsom Signs Legislation to Protect Workers Who Use Cannabis Outside Work

California employers will soon be prohibited to fire—or not hire—workers over their use of cannabis outside of their workplace and work hours. Gov. Gavin Newsom put his signature on Assembly Bill 2188 Sept. 18 to prevent employers from discriminating against a person in hiring, termination, or terms and conditions of employment based on a drug […]

Sept. 29 job fair at Pearland Recreation Center to include almost 50 employers across wide range of fields

A Sept. 29 job fair staged by the Pearland Economic Development Corp. and other entities has garnered participation from almost 50 employers across a broad range of fields, and the corporation is seeking to spread word about the event to potential job seekers in the region. “We do have a lot of people commuting to Pearland […]

Preparing the next generation for a career in hospitality

The business community needs to rethink how we approach workforce education in the hospitality industry. Partnerships with businesses are critical because they bridge employers with the new workforce enrolled in college today. That’s why we are so grateful to the Motwani family. Just three years ago, Broward College and its foundation received a significant commitment […]

A Vibe Shift is Underway in Silicon Valley as the Allure of Big Tech Fades

For years, big tech companies were seen as some of the most desirable places to work in America. Between 2013 and 2018, tech firms consistently topped job search website Glassdoor’s rankings of the best places to work, which are based on employee feedback. During this period, Facebook (now Meta) was in the top five large […]

Macomb sees boost in emerging high-growth jobs for young professionals

Macomb County is a hub of dynamic high-growth jobs. With businesses spanning the manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, and technical industries, the county has no shortage of open positions for young professionals.  According to Macomb County Planning and Economic Development, 61% of the county’s workforce is white-collar jobs. Additionally, 61% of residents have some level of college […]

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