Alabama set the ambitious attainment goal of adding 500,000 credentialed Alabamians to the labor force, surpassing the national labor force participation rate and returning to pre-pandemic employment levels.
A company is “veteran friendly” if it takes deliberate action to recruit, hire, train and retain military personnel or veterans, but those who take veteran friendly a step further, and become “veteran friendlier”.
Our last stop was the AlabamaWorks Virtual Workforce in September. The conference gave us a lot to think about on the drive ahead.
On September 17, 2020 from 8 am to 4:30 pm attendees will navigate a virtual platform to hear keynote speakers, attend panel discussions and participate in breakout sessions
I. Chairman McCartney called the meeting to order and offered opening remarks at [...]
The human toll of the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in Alabama, and businesses [...]
AlabamaWorks is pleased to announce a new tool for all businesses, large and small, related to the COVID-19 impact and future focus of workforce in the state.
Alabama to Waive Employer Charges for COVID-19 Related Claims State Urging Employers to File Claims on Employees’ Behalf.
All Alabama Career Center Locations Will Close to the Public; Services Still Available by Phone or Email
MONTGOMERY – Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced today that [...]
The SAWDC Board of Directors are pleased to announce that Bridget Wilson has [...]