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Strategically Virtual: The Shift Toward Virtual Interviewing and What it Means for the Public Workforce System
This article argues for an increased recognition of modern technologies and trends in the public workforce system. Specifically, the implications of virtual job interviews and other technologies aiming to enhance the hiring ...
Suddenly Virtual: A Review of Workforce Area Websites in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania
As a follow-up to the Heldrich Centers recent brief,Suddenly Virtual: Workforce Services, Eight Weeks Later, we now offerSuddenly Virtual:A Review of Workforce Area Websites in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and ...
Microlearning Strategies: Another Approach to Virtual Workshop Delivery
As the public workforce system continues to redefine and refine remote service delivery, many local workforce areas are converting their traditional in-person workshop content on job search skills (rsum writing, interviewing, ...
Suddenly Virtual: Using Online Scheduling Services to Make Customer Appointments
As the need for remote teaming and virtual service delivery continues as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, frontline staff in the public workforce system continue to explore the ways in which technology can assist them ...
Strategically Virtual: The Value of Chunking Information for Job Seekers
To better help job seekers manage and cope with the stress of job loss and job search, the public workforce system should find ways to help navigate and alleviate the emotional challenges of job search when it comes to ...
Mobile Engagement: How the Public Workforce System can Stay Connected with Customers
Remote service delivery has taken many forms and is made accessible via different technological methods, such as online via computers and tablets or mobile via cell phones, particularly smartphones. Information, resources, ...