When Denny Sanford saw an article featuring tech education students at Malloy, he decided to meet them. Here’s what happened next.
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It’s no secret that as our population ages, the workforce is aging right along with it. In light of the declining population of younger workers and the projected shortages of talent in many areas, savvy employers are turning to workers 50 and older to gain and maintain a competitive edge.
POET is working to build its future workforce by crafting a college internship program that often draws up to 100 applicants for each spot.
The first days at a company go a long way in determining whether an employee stays. Here are some best practices to take away from a fast-growing area manufacturer.
A new event centered around workforce development as well as targeted recruitment efforts are among new strategies from the Sioux Falls Development Foundation.
Thanks to state-backed programs and an employer partnership, students are getting a fantastic work experience and education at Malloy.
When a high school freshman wanted to weld, he became the youngest person to attend Southeast Technical Institute. His dad went with him, and they became part of a tight-knit nontraditional class.