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The government has incentives for small business owners who want to avoid laying off staff.
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Common inquiries in regards to Unemployment Benefits
Despite the economy being set back due to the interference from COVID-19, some companies are in desperate need of workers.
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Wichita Wind Surge looking to Fill over 300 Positions
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A new grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will identify the key motivations for small
businesses to design better jobs for their workers.
In 2019, the Helping Youth Prepare for Employment (HYPE), a Youth Employment Network, was formally established through collaboration of community partners including the Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas, the City of Wichita, the Greater Wichita YMCA, USD 259 and Wichita State University. These partners are joining forces to leverage resources and align services to achieve significant community impact.
Bank of America will present the Workforce Alliance (WA) of South Central Kansas with a grant in support of youth development initiatives and announce two Student Leaders on Thursday, June 5, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., at the Wichita Workforce Center at 2021 N. Amidon Ave #1100. Bank of America Wichita Market President Shawn Lancelot will attend and give remarks at the presentation.
The Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas (WA) has been awarded $1.08 million as part of a $7.85 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor in collaboration with the Midwest Urban Strategies
(MUS) partnership.
Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act
Chief Elected Officials Meeting Notice
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