It seems our efforts to share manufacturing career opportunities are beginning to bear fruit. From articles in HV Mfg magazine to the GoMakeIt.org website and its videos highlighting people working in manufacturing to our support of the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy, and more educators from across the region are increasingly turning to us to help them connect with the manufacturing sector and the great careers we have.
IMAGE is a voluntary program in which ICE partners with businesses to reduce unauthorized employment and the use of fraudulent identity documents. By volunteering to participate in the program, companies can reduce unauthorized employment and the use of fraudulent identity documents. As part of IMAGE, ICE and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provide education and training on proper hiring procedures, fraudulent document detection and use of the E-Verify employment eligibility verification program.
Most of our members indicate that workforce is their number one concern. Many of them also indicate they are hiring and training on the job. The apprentice program allows companies to enhance their current training program while creating a clear pathway that makes sense to job seekers and employees alike.
The Council of Industry's Collaborative Recruitment Initiative has been instrumental in helping members fill open positions throughout their companies. Debra Sherman's story is a testament to just how valuable the initiative has been for members who fully utilize its capabilities. In just 5 short months Debra has posted 17 jobs and successfully filled 10 positions. View the full article to learn more about the Collaborative Recruitment Initiative and how it can benefit all members.
Our associate member ADP has released their latest employment report for December. According to their data, manufacturers added 2,000 jobs in November. It was the second straight month the manufacturing industry had been in positive territory. …