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RECRUITMENT & RETENTION
CareerWise | February 07, 2022
On February 3rd, youth apprenticeship program leader, CareerWise Colorado, joined hands with CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech to create new career paths in information technology (IT) for young people.
CareerWise Colorado’s USDOL registered national program standards aim to meet the staffing needs for in-demand IT occupations. This aligns with CompTIA’s recently established National Guideline Standards that strive to expand training and certification opportunities in IT to peo...
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS,WORKERS COMPENSATION
Innovation Minds | November 23, 2022
Innovation Minds, a Silicon Valley-based company, announced today the launch of their new Rewards-as-a-Service solution. With this solution, Innovation Minds is enabling companies to offer their employees tailored reward options in order to increase talent retention and satisfaction.
Motivating and rewarding employees is one of the top challenges facing organizations today. In fact, according to a recent survey, more than 60% of respondents say their company struggles to motivate ...
Levi's | February 27, 2020
U.S. corporate and benefits-eligible retail employees at Levi Strauss & Co. will receive up to eight weeks of paid time off each year to care for an immediate family member who has a serious health condition, the company announced Feb. 27. The benefit "extends the company's commitment to building a best-in-class workplace," Levi Strauss & Co. said in a news release. Specifically, the benefit allows workers to take time off to care for an ill spouse, domestic partner, parent...
Morgan Stanley | March 31, 2020
Citi, Wells Fargo and Bank of America all vowed to maintain staffing levels throughout the coronavirus crisis, while HSBC and Deutsche Bank, which were planning layoffs, put them on hold. Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's declaration in a memo Thursday that the bank would not cut any jobs in 2020 spurred several of its peers to make similar assurances. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan echoed Gorman's promise not to lay off staff this year in an interview with the Financial Times publis...
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