The Fund for Our Economic Future, which received a grant of $500,000 over three years, is designed to increase “economic growth and access to opportunity for the people of Northeast Ohio.”
We finally know what happened to all those Cleveland workers in the Great Resignation: Today in Ohio
And this was a survey of nearly 5,000 working adults across 11 counties in Northeast Ohio. And basically it shows that the great resignation is far from over.
When companies evaluate potential locations for starting or expanding their operations, they typically consider factors including the costs to build or relocate in the area; risks
Will people rejoin the workforce? How many workers will quit this year? Survey of 5,000 Northeast Ohioans offers clues
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Despite the all the turnover during the “Great Resignation,” 1-in-5 workers in the Northeast Ohio are still thinking of quitting in the next year.
The data emerging from this survey offer an unprecedented look into the hearts and minds of Northeast Ohio’s workforce, with statistically significant insights into residents of 11 counties that we can examine through nearly endless permutations of demographics, geography and industry.
By Lucas Daprile, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio — Members of Cuyahoga County Council gave early approval, through several committees Monday, to spend part of the $240 million
n 2011, the organization joined a national pilot that tested the WorkAdvance career pathway program across four communities. Locally coordinated by Towards Employment with support from the Fund for Our Economic Future, the pilot evaluated about 700 would-be workers in Cuyahoga County.
By Jacob Duritsky, Vice President, Strategy and Research – TeamNEO Talent is critical to the success of any region, and in this post-pandemic economy, this has
Thanks to the Great Resignation, caused in part by the pandemic, many employers are facing a talent shortage, with a new survey from the Fund for our Economic Future finding that four of five companies surveyed in Northeast Ohio say they have been increasing pay