July 13, 2020
The San Diego Workforce Partnership is honored to announce the appointment of Carmen Summers to the Workforce Development Board (WDB). Summers is the Director of Sales for Microsoft Azure Intelligent Cloud in Southern California.
July 1, 2020
COVID-19 upended all of our daily routines. But through this forced transformation has arisen new ideas and ways of doing things. Here Samantha Sheary, business solutions specialist at the San Diego Workforce Partnership, discusses the challenges and opportunities she’s experienced in the last few months.
Local yoga studio provides donation-based workshops on mindfulness and acceptance during pandemic shutdown
July 1, 2020
“We are all grappling with a new reality and it looks different for everyone. I wanted to provide people with something to help manage what they were going through.”
June 18, 2020
Our nation is at a crossroads, and justice is beckoning us down the road to redemption. Here again, we arrive to a choice—redemption, or that familiar road where we are enraged for a moment only to be distracted and let up
How to help employees navigate layoffs: Best practices and resources to transition employees in a compassionate and supportive way
June 12, 2020
We know that one of the groups hit hardest by the pandemic is small business. From March through today the San Diego Workforce Partnership supported an influx of over 660 businesses impacted by COVID-19, including 490 employers and 75K+ employees impacted
May 1, 2020
Amidst the rain clouds of bad news, one California initiative is offering hope by transforming traditional restaurant operations to kitchens that provide food on a sliding scale to low-wage workers, health care professionals, first responders, and others in need.
April 30, 2020
In partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education While technical skills are what you do at work, essential skills are how you do it. Employers value these skills in their employees—often as much as technical skills. Developing these
April 16, 2020
Many parents and guardians of children ages 0-12 need to work outside the home during California’s COVID-19 Stay Home Order because they provide essential services. Yet schools and many child care centers are closed. Here is guidance about how to think
March 24, 2020
Research by Daniel Enemark, Ph.D., San Diego Workforce Partnership Senior Economist Share Our Facebook Post | Download PDF Executive Summary As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing required to prevent its spread, workers in seven of
March 9, 2020
This article was originally featured in the March/April issue of Delaware Business Magazine. Written by Ron Painter, President & CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards. ACROSS THE U.S. and around the world, the nature of work is changing.