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Pathways

    Training for Today: Retraining the Workforce for 21st Century Jobs
    Monday, April 21, 11 a.m.-Noon EDT

    CSG Capitol Ideas Webinar Series
    Presented by CSG's State Pathways to Prosperity Initiative

 

Compacts

 
  Interstate Compacts and the Federal Government
  Wednesday, April 30, 2-3 p.m. EDT
  CSG Policy Webinar Series

 

 


 

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Training for Today: Retraining the Workforce for 21st Century Jobs
Monday, April 21, 11 a.m.-Noon EDT
CSG Capitol Ideas Webinar Series

Presented by CSG's State Pathways to Prosperity Initiative
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A 2011 study by Deloitte for the Manufacturing Institute found that American manufacturing companies could not fill as many as 600,000 positions—or 5 percent of manufacturing jobs—due to a lack of qualified candidates, and 56 percent of manufacturers anticipate that shortage will increase in the next three to five years. Technological advancements, particularly in the manufacturing area, mean that workers need more specialized skills to both get and keep jobs. To get to those skilled workers, companies must make a decision: Look for new, qualified employees or retrain their current workforce. State leaders recognize this problem and are stepping up. This webinar, presented by CSG’s State Pathways to Prosperity initiative, will focus on how states are creating or expanding programs aimed at helping the private sector get the skilled labor force they need to be competitive.
 
Presenters:
Secretary Reggie Newson
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
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Scott Jansen
Director, Office of Skills Development, Wisconsin Fast Forward initiative

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Larry Gibson
Manufacturing director, Unilever

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Compacts

Interstate Compacts and the Federal Government
Wednesday, April 30, 2-3 p.m. EDT
CSG Policy Webinar Series
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Interstate compacts often are seen as a way for states to work cooperatively to avoid federal intervention; however there is considerable precedence for federal participation in interstate compacts. In fact, federal officials are active in several compacts, with participation ranging from congressional consent to direct federal involvement. During this webinar, Rick Masters, special counsel to CSG’s National Center for Interstate Compacts, will discuss the role the federal government plays in the development and implementation of interstate compacts. This is the second in a series of webinars on the history and use of interstate compacts.
 
Presenter:
 
Rick Masters
Special counsel, CSG/National Center for Interstate Compacts

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