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With every advance in automation and artificial intelligence, the American workplace changes. While changing employment demands are obvious in information technology, they are no less pronounced in energy, health care, manufacturing, and other sectors that have long relied on manual labor.
In today’s labor market, companies often find themselves with open jobs that they cannot fill, all while workers continue to seek employment.
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For most U.S. businesses, employee churn creates a costly challenge. Employers can spend 16-20% of an individual’s yearly salary to hire and train entry-level employees, and as much as 50% or more in specialized sectors.
We connected with Aimee Sprung, Civic Engagement Manager for Microsoft's Technology & Civic Engagement Team in Boston, MA, to discuss Microsoft's programs that are helping expand access to STEAM education for women and girls. The Technology & Civic Engagement team brings Microsoft’s best
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced today the second cohort of participants in its Talent Pipeline Management Academy, a program supported by a $2.5 million grant from USA Funds. Talent Pipeline Management (TPM), the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s signature workforce development initiative, is a new way of addressing the nation’s skills gap by positioning employers in a more central role as key customers of postsecondary education and training providers.
Institute for CSR Alumni Reflections: Interview with David Figliuzzi
Why did you choose to participate in the Institute for CSR and what year did you graduate?
I chose the program based on the strength of the program’s course of study. I graduated in 2016.
Institute for CSR Alumni Reflections: Interview with Kelly Waldron
Why did you choose to participate in the Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility and what year did you graduate?