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Google and SHRM Foundation Partners to Connect Diverse Job Seekers in Tech to Positions at US Firms

Google and the Society for Human Resource Management Foundation will partner to interface different job searchers in tech to positions at major U.S. organizations, as indicated by a Dec. 2 declaration. The partnership will organize undiscovered ability pools and prepare HR professionals "with programs that make financial chance, advance comprehensive hiring practices, and give essential digital skills training."

The partnership will advance Google's career certificates, the organizations stated, which will offer job seekers an opportunity to learn skills that fuel careers in fields, for example, IT support, user experience plan and idata analytics. The partnership will likewise connect job seekers to a hiring consortium of employers, including Walmart, Hulu and T-Mobile.

"All at once, our approach tackles two of the greatest challenges confronting the world of work: Racial inequity and the skills gap," said Wendi Safstrom, executive director of SHRM Foundation.

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