Rochester metro area nonfarm employment declined year over year in August — as it has for seven of eight months this year so far — according to the latest Metropolitan Area Employment and Unemployment report released Wednesday by the Bureau ...Read More »
The ultimate goal for salary negotiation during the hiring process is to create a win-win situation for both the employer and the new hire, where both sides feel they have reached a positive outcome. To achieve this, employers need to ...Read More »
There is no doubt there is an increasing need for health care professionals in today’s workforce. People are living longer, and depending more on the health care system as they get older. That trend is among the reasons why health ...Read More »
St. John Fisher will be expanding the Wegmans School of Nursing program. The college was awarded a $471,155 grant from the Department of Health and Human Services’ Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training program. The BHWET program works to inflate ...Read More »
With school starting back up, this is a good time to think about how we train and equip our students for success. It’s no secret that the skills needed in our economy have changed dramatically in recent years. Millions of ...Read More »
The July jobs report was another sobering reminder of the challenges facing the Rochester economy. Relative to year-ago levels, private sector employment declined by 1,400 or 0.3 percent—reversing the 1,300 gain recorded in June. On a year-over-year basis, the region’s ...
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I have mentioned many times that one of the chief complaints I hear from Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce members is that in order for them to stay and grow here, they need to have an available and qualified workforce to ...Read More »