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Nominations Accepted for 2019 International Association of Workforce Professionals Awards

Nominations Accepted for 2019 International Association of Workforce Professionals Awards

The Workforce Innovation and other awards will be presented during the 2019 Workforce Development Conference in San Antonio, Texas, June 16 - 19, 2019. IAWP day, will be held on June 15th. IAWP presents Workforce Innovation Awards in three categories: Innovation in Workforce Systems – recognizing individuals, groups, and organizations for extraordinary innovation that directly or indirectly impacts systems, customers, …

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IAWP 2019 Officer and Director at Large Nominations

IAWP 2019 Officer and Director at Large Nominations

Nomination Chair, Cheryl Brown invites members to submit nominations for IAWP Officers President Elect and Vice President as well as four Directors at Large positions (2 one-year terms, 2 two-year terms). Please see the minimum qualifications for both officers and directors at large here and the duties of each position are available here. Hard working, dedicated leaders are needed as IAWP continues to move forward. To …

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New Report Reveals Employees Feel Underprepared for Their Job and are Looking Online for Help

New Report Reveals Employees Feel Underprepared for Their Job and are Looking Online for Help

A third of the U.S. workforce doesn’t feel qualified for their job Over half of U.S. employees have a colleague they feel isn’t qualified for their job One in three employees turn to Google or YouTube for help, rather than ask a coworker When it comes to job training, employees are feeling underqualified and unsupported. That’s according to the ‘Fake It …

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Why Older Workers Might be More Stressed Than Younger Ones

Why Older Workers Might be More Stressed Than Younger Ones

Older workers tend to feel more stress than younger workers when their employers don't provide them with the support and resources needed to do their jobs well, according to a new Portland State University study. The study, is part of a larger project aimed at improving employee health, safety, work-life balance and well-being. The research team surveyed 243 municipal public works …

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