Established in response to the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Community sought to provide job seekers with a virtual community where they could access job search resources, connect with peers, and share materials and tools designed to assist with emotional well-being during the job search.
The report adds to the body of evidence around the challenges and opportunities employers and job seekers in the region face.
A new Heldrich Center research brief notes concerns for long-term unemployed older workers and offers some strategies to assist this population, which is falling through the cracks of the new boom economy.
Researchers were able to ascertain a clearer picture of the challenges, triumphs, and lessons learned from local workforce development professionals trying to simultaneously help people in need and personally and professionally stay above water in an extremely new and stressful environment.
As workforce agencies plan their return to in-person services, the workforce system needs to consider not only the quality and content of its services, but also how to continue on the virtual journey that began in March 2020.
Service providers can consider offering an array of wellness services that or refer customers to engage with these services privately.
Microlearning is a strategy that breaks longer content into smaller, hyper-focused lessons.
This comprehensive review sought to gain a better understanding of the online presence and how information is made available online to customers and job seekers.
On Tuesday, February 16, 2016, U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez visited the New Start Career Network (NSCN), an initiative of the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, to conduct a roundtable with several of the network’s older, long-term...
Created as a tool for career success, Greener Pathways: Paving Your Way to Career Success Starts with Understanding New Jersey’s Labor Market, developed by the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, offers a greater understanding of the changing workforce...