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Houston Skills Conference Report
Success in the workplace depends on a lot more than just technical skills according to a report from the Aligning Demand, Skills and Training with Industry Needs conference in Houston, Texas sponsored by HR Policy's Workforce Development Roundtable, the Community College Workforce Consortium and Lone Star College.
Chicago Skills Conference Report
The Auto Communities Consortium (now the Community College Workforce Consortium), in partnership with the HR Policy's Workforce Development Roundtable, Motorola Solutions and Harper College concened community college presidents, workforce leaders and human resources professionals from Fortune 500 companies to determine how to align current and emerging workforce needs with skilled workers. The event focused on five high-demand employment sectors including manufacturing, retail, health care, information technology and logistics/supply chain to determine the critical success factors required to develop collaborative national models for aligning the supply of qualified individuals with the sector demand for employees.
Talent Needs of America's Largest Employers; A Snapshot of Jobs in WeHireAmerica.jobs
The most common request from our education partners has been for reliable information on the short-term and long-term skill needs of employers. To provide the most reliable and accurate information on the real jobs that are available today, we commissioned Burning Glass International, a preeminent company in the field of labor market analysis to provide this snapshot of the skills in demand by 300 large employers based on the job listings on our Association's job board, WeHireAmerica.jobs.
Blueprint for Jobs in the 21st Century; A Vision for a Competitive Human Resource Policy for the American Workforce
This report contains the views of America’s largest employers regarding the changes needed in public policy, education, and public perceptions to accelerate job creation in the United States. The 125-page report paints a detailed picture of the new global economic, social, legal, and demographic forces influencing job growth in the United States, and then offers 20 specific recommendations in the fields of education, workforce development, immigration, regulatory reform, and health care to encourage job growth and employee retention in the United States.
Talent Sustainability Report
HR Policy Foundation's Talent Sustainability Report: The CHRO View from the Front Lines of the War for Talent is based on the views of Chief Human Resource Officers of large corporations. The report looks at: How the rapid pace of innovation and transformation within large companies is affecting HR departments and changing their talent strategies; Recruiting: The War for Talent; Millennials in the Workplace; Baby Boomers in the Workplace; and Future implications of today's talent attraction and management practices for students, jobseekers, educators, employers, and policy makers.
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