Press releases from Geographic Solutions and news about our clients' sites
In December, the Consumer Price Index showed signs of positive improvement when measured for the rate of inflation. The Epoch Times featured insight from Geographic Solutions' staff economist, Phillip Sprehe.
Geographic Solutions Founder and President Paul Toomey will serve as a featured speaker at the Public Sector Data Summit in Westminster, London on January 19, 2023.
Geographic Solutions has partnered with the apprenticeship program at SPC, which engages in the "earn while you learn" model, helping students find full-time employment at local companies that not only include wages and benefits, but technical instruction through for-credit and non-credit courses.
The nonprofit technology council named 15 finalists in six different award categories, spotlighting local emerging tech leaders and companies who are creating impact and driving change.
As a way to look for employment opportunities and post disaster-related jobs that can rebuild Florida's communities impacted by Hurricane Ian, Floridians are urged to visit and utilize Florida's Disaster Recovery Jobs Portal
The 2022 conference marked the largest in terms of attendance – bringing professionals from all across the country and beyond, including as far as Ireland and the Northern Mariana Islands. The 2022 conference agenda featured a variety of general sessions, panel discussions, and at times, up to six breakout tracks at once.
Available resources in impacted areas include small business loans, disaster unemployment insurance, and business damage assessment surveys.
In this feature, our subject matter experts discuss how states are making the investment to strengthen the bond between workforce agencies and local corrections entities.
Read Ellen Chang's article about hiring in the remainder of 2022. The 'Great Resignation' left many positions open; will the job market cool down as fears of a recession rise with interest rates?
The 2022 WTC is directed at workforce development staff, administrators, case managers, corrections professionals, unemployment insurance professionals, higher education administrators and educators, career counselors, and labor market information specialists from around the country.