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KHQ Highlights (re)Employ Spokane Campaign

March 2, 2021 – In partnership with WorkSource Spokane, the SWC has launched the (re)Employ Spokane campaign, aimed at achieving economic recovery by helping to re-connect people who have had their lives disrupted by the pandemic with careers in in-demand industries. KHQ interviewed Kevin Williams, WorkSource Spokane’s One-Stop Operator, about this campaign and the services …

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SWC Seeking Quotes from Virtual Job Fair, Customer Relations Management Providers

The Spokane Workforce Council has issued a Request for Quotes to identify solutions to help us enhance our ability to serve customers in a virtual environment, both job-seeking and business customers. We are seeking to procure access to a web-based platform or platforms for Virtual Job Fairs and Customer Relations Management (CRM). Visit our Funding …

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AWB Honors Wagstaff, Inc., with an Outstanding Washington Employer Award

The Association of Washington Business (AWB) presented Wagstaff, Inc., with its Washington Achieve Award on Thursday, November 19, 2020, at its annual Evening of Excellence. The award recognizes a business that has excelled in creating, implementing, or supporting a high-caliber education and/or workforce development system aligned with closing the employment gap. Dr. Wade Larson, Chief …

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Workforce System Response to COVID-19 – September 21 Report

September 21, 2020: This week, our economic data is pointing to fewer people filing new claims and remaining on regular unemployment insurance benefits. We also are seeing near normal numbers of jobs being posted across a wide range of industries, signifying unmet employer needs. There may be a mismatch between the current skills of our …

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