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  • NASWA Bulletin - January 16, 2015

    This edition contains the following: Register and Make your Hotel Reservations for the 2015 NASWA Winter Policy Forum Today!; NASWA Attends NGA Meeting with USDOL Leadership on WIOA Implementation; NASWA Meets with RespectAbility and Coalition of Other Partners; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Podcast on Implementing Workforce Programs for Students; JOLTS Reports Highest Job Openings in 14 Years; State of the Union This Tuesday; and NASWA's State Unemployment Insurance Tax Survey Available Onlin MORE >>

  • Register and Make your Hotel Reservations for the 2015 NASWA Winter Policy Forum Today!

    On February 19-20, NASWA will host its annual Winter Policy Forum in Washington, D.C. at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill. This event serves as the premier NASWA event for state workforce agency administrators and other workforce agency professionals to hear from and discuss current economic conditions in the U.S. with national experts in the field, discuss the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, and learn about the legislative outlook on a variety of workforce system issues. MORE >>   LINK >>

  • SIDES is Holding Training Session in Denver, CO in 2015

    State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) team will be conducting SIDES Implementation Training February 3rd and 4th, 2015, in Denver, Colorado. The training is offered for Alaska and Connecticut, the next round of states to go live with SIDES in 2016, as well as any state or employer representatives who did not have an opportunity to attend such training earlier. The training is free of charge other than travel expenses. The training agenda is set for two full days. MORE >>

  • Indiana's Virtual Career Counselor for Veterans

    This interactive tool allows veterans to see what type of job in Indiana their military training has prepared them for or estimate the time needed to transition to another career. "Transition time," while measured in weeks of academic, technical or vocational training, is a relative measure to provide an estimate of the relative time moving from one type of job to another. This method, in effect, compares the similarity of education and training between occupations. MORE >>   LINK >>

  • Equal Opportunity in the Workforce System 2014 Conference Agenda & Presentations

    NASWA's Equal Opportunity Committee hosted the Equal Opportunity in the Workforce System 2014, October 29-31, 2014, in Washington, DC. This 2.5 day event provided useful training workshops for state and local workforce agency staff to help meet their Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action responsibilities. MORE >>   LINK >>

  • 2014 National UI Directors' Conference Highlights

    The 2014 National UI Directors' Conference was held in Salt Lake City, Utah, October 20-23, 2014. The Conference Program includes links to conference Plenary and Workshop presentations. MORE >>   LINK >>

 

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