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Grants to assist with work-force issues

Six Finger Lakes companies together will receive nearly $220,000 in state grants to help with work force issues, the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board said.

Grants to assist with work-force issues

Six Finger Lakes companies together will receive nearly $220,000 in state grants to help with work force issues, the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board said.
Four of the firms received funding from the Building Skills in New York State job-training grants, a program developed to help employers obtain a skilled work force.
The following companies received funding: Novatech Industires Inc. in Ontario, Wayne County, $49,950; Penn Yan Hospitality Group LLC in Penn Yan, Yates County, $28,867; Protocall Marketing in Macedon, Wayne County, $19,480, and Retrotech Inc. in Fishers, Ontario County, $30,550.
Two Ontario County manufacturers also received grants from the state Department of Labor’s Skilled Manufacturing Resource Training program. Triplett Machine Co. Inc. in Phelps received $49,380, and Badge Machine Products Inc. in Canandaigua received $40,600.
The grants will help both companies train workers in process improvement and productivity techniques.

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