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Plan Learning and Networking Opportunities at the 2019 Workforce Development Conference

Plan Learning and Networking Opportunities at the 2019 Workforce Development Conference

We're pre-releasing the 2019 Workforce Development Conference program, to help you plan the best learning and networking opportunities to meet your particular needs. If you haven't registered yet, please explore the program for the many reasons to attend. The conference is scheduled June 16-19 in San Antonio, Texas. For a copy of the program please click here and for registration …

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Companies Realize Substantial Benefits When Employees Are Supported in Doing Jobs Effectively

Companies Realize Substantial Benefits When Employees Are Supported in Doing Jobs Effectively

Creating a culture where employees are highly motivated and well supported in doing their jobs effectively is not only good for employees, it’s good for the bottom line. That according to a new analysis of employee survey data from more than 400 companies spanning multiple industries globally. Researchers found a direct relationship between highly engaged and enabled employees and increased company …

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Federal Reserve to Discuss Impact of New Technology Disruption at 2019 Workforce Development Conference

Federal Reserve to Discuss Impact of New Technology Disruption at 2019 Workforce Development Conference

Blake Hastings, Senior Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will present The Fed Looks Ahead examining the challenges and opportunities facing our communities and workforce when it comes to the changing business environment during the 2019 Workforce Development Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Hastings will delve into inflation and unemployment and what it means for our workforce. He will …

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New Facts About Older Workers

New Facts About Older Workers

In honor of Older Workers Month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics provides new facts on this rapidly expanding area of our workforce. Employment For workers age 65 and older, employment tripled from 1988 to 2018, while employment among younger workers grew by about a third. Between 1988 and 2018, employment growth for women age 65 and older outpaced that for …

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