Manufacturing Council meeting highlights ways the Partnership is working with area companies to build sustainable talent pipelines.
Local collaborative utilizes TPM process to build talent pool of technicians
Partnership director attends TPM Academy to earn certification
I am pleased to announce that Sales Leader Exchange is the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s newest professional development program.
Workforce and talent development are a priority for the Buffalo Niagara Partnership. As Dottie Gallagher, our President & CEO said when we released our 2018-2019 Annual Report to Members: “There is no denying that workforce development is truly job number one.” To that end, the Partnership offers two programs devoted to helping regional employers develop leaders: Leader Exchange and Executive Exchange. And with meetings starting again in September, now is the perfect time to get involved.
Employee absences carry hidden costs that can affect an organization’s productivity and revenue.
It is not a surprise that Buffalo Niagara employers have identified workforce issues as pain points. For the last two years, according to the Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s Member Pulse survey results, workforce issues have remained among the top three pain points.
Buffalo Niagara Partnership sponsors tour of Northland Workforce Training Center prior to start of first classes in September.
This is big.
Employ Buffalo Niagara connects local employers with residents seeking job opportunities. While job placement is vital to the success of our region, creating opportunity is only step one in addressing our regional workforce challenges.