Engaging Older Workers in the Public Workforce System

Posted by Margaret Lamb - On December 19, 2013 (EST)

Older workers are praised by employers for their experience and professionalism, but suffered disproportionately high rates of unemployment in the latest recession. American Job Centers can help connect employers with the workers they seek by assessing how they serve senior customers. Join ETA, NGA, NASWA, NAWB, AARP and two local areas to discuss creative ways to connect older workers with the services, support, and training they need to attain in-demand jobs. This webinar is part of an upcoming series of discussions and consultations to update ETA’s Older Worker Protocol.

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End Date : 01/22/14 03:00PM ET

Presenter : Terri Bergman, National Association of Workforce Boards
Yvette Chocolaad, National Association of State Workforce Agencies
Kelly Folks, Arapahoe/Douglas Works!
Martin Simon, National Governors Association
Lori Strauss, AARP Foundation
Kristina Payne, Lane Workforce Partnership

Moderator : Kim Vitelli, Division Chief, U.S. Department of Labor

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