September is Workforce Development Month!

Are Workforce Development professionals the key to our economy?

September is Workforce Development Month!

There is an abundance of unemployed Americans, yet employers across the country report that they struggle to find qualified workers to fill the current job openings. Workforce development professionals help connect employers with jobseekers, and jobseekers with training resources. For those who are avidly searching for a job, these Workforce Development professionals can assist in resume building, interview skills, typing tests and connections to resources. For businesses looking for potential employees, services may include pre-apprenticeships, skills testing, and on-the-job training! Workforce Development professionals may not be the ONLY key to our economy, but they do play a huge part. 

If you know a Workforce Development professional, give them extra kudos this month! 

Assisted Career Services Orientation

02 March 2023

Start down the path of signing up for our FREE career services by attending this in-person orientation on March 21st from 1:30-3:30pm. Limited space pre-registration required…call 209-558-WORK (9675) to register.


06 February 2023

Public Notice Stanislaus County Workforce Development Publication of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act San Joaquin Valley and Associated Counties (SJVAC) Regional Planning Unit (RPU) Regional Plan Biennial Modification February 6, 2023

Hire Right the First Time

23 December 2022

Harvard University published a book, Hiring and Keeping the Best People, which talks about the cost of poor hiring practices. Bad hiring brings down performance and can be painfully costly (defined as 24 times the base compensation of the poorly hired person). Can you afford it? CEA’s hiring system will help businesses and HR professionals avoid costly hiring mistakes.

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