Linda Woloshansky led significant growth at the Center of Workforce Innovations in Valparaiso for two decades. She plans travel and culinary pursuits in retirement.
Lisa Daugherty will be the new president and CEO for the Valparaiso-based Center of Workforce Innovations.
Business owners seeking guidance or people interested in starting their own company but need help, now have a one-stop online resource to find answers.
The Hammond Area Career Center’s new precision machining academy now is a certified Indiana State Earn and Learn site.
Linda Woloshansky, founding president of the Valparaiso-based Center of Workforce Innovations, is retiring from the post.
When it comes to bringing together different groups to support a goal of attracting, developing, and retaining a workforce, state leaders believe Northwest Indiana knows how to get it done.
On June 28, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed a law establishing the first Monday in September of each year as a national holiday—Labor Day. A day to celebrate the American worker.
Some job training programs whose funding was set to expire in June now will continue through year’s end.
Employers are collaborating with educational institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities to ensure they can find skilled and reliable workers.
Sensitivity training has become more important as labor pools become melting pots of people from different ethnic backgrounds, races, religious beliefs and sexual preferences.