Partner4Work continues to call on the public to connect with the 40K for 40K campaign to help the region's unemployed or underemployed to work. With hiring incentives available to businesses, resources to job seekers to get hired, and funding opportunities for new partners, there are several ways you can get involved.
The 40,000 for 40,000 campaign to identify and acknowledge the people, organizations and actions to help the region's 40,0000 unemployed or underemployed get to work kicked off Jan. 26. So who's been a Partner4Work? How are we making a difference?
Partner4Work's 40,000 for 40,000 campaign has been featured in the local media. Click to read these stories and get involved with the movement to help the region's unemployed and underemployed get to work.
In an increasingly complex economy, success is no longer just a personal issue. A person’s inability to find or retain employment has consequences for the economic well-being of families, neighborhoods, and the region’s business community.
In it's new report, Partner4Work, as a part of its 40,000 for 40,000 campaign, examines the people who make up the region's unemployed and underemployed.
Partner4Work, formerly Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, launched its new name and its 40,000 for 40,000 campaign during an event at the Clemente Museum in Lawrenceville on Jan. 26.
Partner4Work (formerly 3 Rivers Workforce Investment Board) proudly announces a year-long campaign to help connect the region’s unemployed and underemployed with jobs.