Today’s Workforce Top 5 for October 12, 2020

Today's Workforce Top 5 for October 12, 2020

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Welcome to Today’s Workforce Top 5. This is the place where we highlight the top workforce and economic development activities from around the country.

Updates for 10/20/2020

Alabama: Gov. Kay Ivey last Tuesday announced Alabama awarded $17.8 million to help workers impacted by COVID-19.

Kentucky: Gov. Andy Beshear made several appointments to the Kentucky Workforce Innovation Board.

Ohio: Richland County, the Area 10 Workforce Development Board and Richland Area Chamber and Economic Development have partnered to offer a new way to search for local jobs using the Community Opportunity website.

California: The Pasadena-based Foothill Workforce Development Board is offering additional services and grants to help area residents who have been financially impacted by COVID-19. The board has launched its "Bounce Back Foothill" website to offer additional tools to job-seekers and employers.

California: ATIF Holdings Limited Announces Collaboration with Workforce Development Board of the San Bernardino County to Foster Local Employment. ATIF will recruit 100 experienced professionals with a background in corporate business, marketing, and financial market though the career center of the San Bernardino Workforce Development Board.

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Posted: October 12, 2020
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