Monthly Archives: December 2011

Worker Transition Committees and Unemployment

We’ve been blogging about Worker Transition Committees and the role they play in helping displaced workers. Transition committees help shorten the time it takes people to find their next job. As of this writing, Congress is still considering whether to … Continue reading

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Employer Hiring Assistance

Almost every day we hear stories about unemployment.  One of the discouraging issues with the unemployment problem is employers saying it is hard to find suitable workers. They say workers don’t have the right skills or they can’t find workers … Continue reading

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More on Worker Transition Committees

In a recent blog, we discussed worker transition committees (also known as worker adjustment committees) and how they help by giving displaced worker the skills and tools they need to find their next job more quickly. The path to the … Continue reading

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