What the Press is Saying About Geographic Solutions and Our Clients' Sites
Job seekers, employers, and employment staff in Virginia now have a new tool at their disposal that will revolutionize workforce development in the state.
The San Benito County One-Stop Career Center selected Geographic Solutions, Inc. to provide WIA case management software and VOScan card swipe services to improve service and performance at the One-Stop Center.
The Madera County Workforce Assistance Center selected Geographic Solutions, Inc. to provide an internet labor exchange and WIA case management software solution that will revolutionize the manner in which jobseekers can learn about available jobs, and how local employers can hire employees.
In the wake of the destruction and upheaval left by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Louisiana Department of Labor was given the opportunity to change the way workforce development was performed in the state.
The Virginia Employment Commission has selected Geographic Solutions, Inc. to provide an internet labor exchange software solution that will revolutionize the manner in which jobseekers can learn about available jobs, and how employers can hire employees.
By any set of standards, the Employ Florida Marketplace -- the State of Florida's online destination for job seekers and employers looking for labor exchange services -- was a success.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has launched a new Web site to match workers seeking a new job with employers in the state.
Over 100 Geographic Solutions customers attended our second annual User Conference on Clearwater Beach.
The State of Missouri Department of Economic Development has selected Geographic Solutions, Inc. to provide real-time labor market information and job seeker services using the VOSJobs module of the industry-leading Virtual OneStop suite of solutions.
Adelita S. Orefice, Director of the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training (DLT), announced the availability of a new on-line, no charge service for job seekers, students, employers and anyone interested in the state's economy.