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LeadingAge Colorado Workforce News

December 7, 2018

 

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  1. Walmart in a Funding First
  2. An Employee Pipeline That Starts With Schooling
  3. Residents Boost Career Prospects for Employees
  4. New Episode of Workforce Innovators Now Available
  5. A Happy Culture Starts With Happy Staff

Walmart in a Funding First

Walmart announced it will invest more than $4 million in funding to the Colorado Workforce Development Council (CWDC) to support workforce development and help offer retail advancement to employees through training and upskilling, reports Chain Store Age. Through the grant, the CWDC will be able to partner with local workforce development boards across the state and launch 10 new retail sector alliances. Representatives from workforce boards, economic development, and education will collaborate with...

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An Employee Pipeline That Starts With Schooling

This provider has created a program that not only recruits young people as employees, but actively partners with schools to educate and train them for the purpose.

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Residents Boost Career Prospects for Employees

How resident scholarship funds help employees attain their career goals.


New Episode of Workforce Innovators Now Available

LeadingAge Workforce Innovators is a production of LeadingAge's Center for Workforce Solutions. The show examines promising practices and innovations to meet workforce challenges.

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A Happy Culture Starts With Happy Staff

A nonprofit aging services provider can mitigate the challenges of finding and keeping good employees with a positive workplace culture.

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