From the Opening Ceremony of the Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, to the election of our nation’s first African-American president, 2008 was a historic year. The excitement generated by these activities has given way to the realities of the nation’s short- and long-term economic future.
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On November 12th, 2008 the U.S. Chamber's National Chamber Foundation (NCF) hosted a CEO Leadership Series Luncheon featuring Barry Salzberg, Chief Executive Officer of Deloitte, LLP. Mr.
ICW’s 2008 Education and Workforce Summit, "Driving the Debate: Education and the American Workforce" was held October 20-22, 2008 in Philadelphia.
Louisville, Kentucky was awarded the 2008 ICW Community Competitiveness Award for establishing a public-private partnership that advances the region's global competitiveness.
Executive summaries of selected sessions from the 2008 ICW Summit.
Finding and keeping good workers are among the greatest challenges facing businesses in the 21st century. Today, more than ever, businesses need access to a skilled and diverse workforce. They cannot stay competitive and increase profitability without qualified personnel.
The United States ranks 16th out of 17 nations in the proportion of 24-year-olds earning college degrees in natural science or engineering as opposed to other majors.
WorkSource Partners brought together employers, education/training providers, and other workforce resources to develop a career ladder in the long-term care industry centered on advancing Certified Nursing As
America’s business and industry leaders must have the resources they need to compete successfully in the 21st century global marketplace.