Ohio business, educational leaders launch effort to address skills shortage | #ESC_LLC #CyberSecurity #Education #Business | The Workplace Partnership Initiative is meant come up with ways to establish the best ways of training to ensure that companies have access to workers needed for the future. (Please scroll down)
Ohio business, education and union leaders came together Monday to start resolving a big workforce challenge: How to train the next generation of workers and update the skills of current workers to fill today’s in-demand jobs.
Business Roundtable, an association of CEOs from the biggest companies in the U.S., officially started the Workforce Partnership Initiative for the Ohio region. Leaders from American Electric Power, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Accenture, Columbus State Community College and unions joined with the roundtable and Ohio Business Roundtable to kick off the program.
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