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Workforce Development News – September 6, 2016
A weekly collection of interesting, insightful, and innovative articles on workforce development, employment and training, business performance improvement, leadership, higher education, and the economy.
The Workforce Solutions Group of St. Louis Community College leverages education for growth in the knowledge economy by offering programs and services designed to advance people, businesses and communities. We are located at the Corporate College, a state of the art facility solely dedicated to corporate education and professional development.
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“Model the behavior you want to see.”
“How much hiring, Getting paid, Broader measures, School work, Men and women at work, Hiring history, Prime-age workers, Job market dropouts, Tracking slack, Still searching, Measuring joblessness, Scheduling shifts, and What kinds of jobs.”
“Unions, service sector, self-employment, Millennials, women, gaps in earnings, education, teen employment, older workers, and minimum wage.”
“To land a lucrative job today, hard skills in math and engineering, for instance, may not be enough. As technology allows us to automate more technical jobs, new research shows that people skills — communicating clearly, being a team player — matter more than ever.”
“Highest satisfaction is with safety and relations with coworkers. Workers generally least satisfied with stress, benefits and pay.”
“‘I hate networking.’ It’s a familiar refrain. But in today’s world, networking is a necessity–and fortunately, an aversion to it can be overcome.”
Discover the insights and reactions to the 2016 State of St. Louis Workforce report focusing on Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Transportation & Logistics by Dr. Jeff Pittman, Chancellor, STLCC; Mike Downing, Director, Missouri Dept. of Economic Development; Hillary Frey, STL Youth Jobs; Dr. Roderick Nunn, Executive Vice President, Head of Education & Employment, Concordance Academy; Mike Eggelston, Federal Reserve Bank; Michael Holmes, SLATE; John Frederick, State & Local Government Relations, The Boeing Company; Dr. Larry Johnson, Provost, STLCC-Forest Park; Barbara Fraser, St. Louis County Executive’s Office; and Jason Overby, Chief Operating Officer, FW Warehousing. Find out more, and download the complete report, at http://STLCC.edu/STLworkforce.
“Hundreds of ’emotional motivators’ drive consumer behavior. Here are 10 that significantly affect customer value across all categories studied.”
“Prepare but don’t over think the interview. Be honest, clear, concise and always a professional.”
“The biggest problem job-seekers face after an initial job interview is the risk of being forgotten. Hiring managers have a lot on their minds. They can easily forget your conversation with them. They may have met seven to ten job candidates or more. If you want the job, you can’t afford to just get through the interview. You have to dig into a meaty topic that the manager cares about.”
“There is no better teacher than life and no better leadership lessons than what you’ve learned from experience.”
“If you want to view paradise, simply look around and view it.” – Willy Wonka