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Where Are the Teachers?

How did Northeast Ohio educators fare in the pandemic, and what do they want and need out of work? Here’s what they told us.

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Where Are the Workers?

“No other resource provides such a deep, first-hand perspective of real workers.”

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Replay: Webinar on Working-Age Adult Survey Data

On June 8, we hosted a public webinar showcasing the latest insights from our working-age adult survey and sharing what’s next for this work. Watch the replay and access slides from the presentation here.

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Fund seeks quotes for data dashboards for Where Are the Workers

The Fund for Our Economic Future invites data visualization and design firms or
consultants to submit a quote for a user-friendly, interactive dashboard by June 20, 2022.

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Courting Talent: Empathy as a Competitive Advantage

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.

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Data and research drive Where are the Workers, efforts to create an equitable economy

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

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Work Culture Clash

…in the employer roundtables happening around the region as part of our analysis, much of what we’re hearing from participating employers is focused on figuring out what’s wrong with today’s workers—and not so much about what might be wrong with today’s work.

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More resources, yes. But what public transit agencies really need are more flexible resources.

In short, we need more resources—and those resources must be flexible enough to enable necessary adaptation—to meet employment needs in today’s world.

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What’s Behind Workers’ Decisions? We’re Asking Them.

…to understand why people quit, why they stay, what keeps them from working if they want or need to, and how their perceptions and values around work have evolved through the seismic societal shifts we’ve all experienced over the last several years.

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An equitable recovery: Moving beyond a return to status quo

Black women are returning to the labor force. But is this a good thing? Well, it depends on why they are returning.

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