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Talent Pipeline Management

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What if you could build the ideal employee and have them at the ready when you need them most?

Our Talent Pipeline Management program is a 1-2 year workshop that brings companies with similar job needs together. Members of the workgroup have the opportunity to share their common talent pain-points, communicate new industry expectations and address long-term needs.

With this information, we will collaborate with the organizations that are preparing people for the workforce. This will establish a pipeline of talent that is aligned with your requirements and the evolving industry standards.

What is TPM?
Watch this US Chamber video to learn more.

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From The Blog

4.12.22 Webisode: Employing Refugees

4.12.22 Webisode: Employing Refugees – How Employers Can Tap into WNY’s Growing Talent Pool

By communications@thepartnership.org | April 15, 2022

Buffalo Niagara continues to welcome refugees from around the world. Many of our newest neighbors come to WNY with skills and experience and are prepared to become a valuable part of your workforce.

Workforce Policy Update March 2022

By khilsdorf@thepartnership.org | March 8, 2022

The BNP works closely with government leaders to keep them informed of employer challenges and to advocate for policy that would ease the workforce crisis. The BNP supports legislation that expands access to education and training, makes quality childcare more accessible, removes barriers to workforce participation, and reforms our immigration system to meet our region’s workforce needs.

Career Pathways

BNP Career Pathways Build Momentum

By cciccarelli@thepartnership.org | October 19, 2021

Attracting, retaining, and promoting the right employees continues to challenge employers in every sector of the Western New York economy. As we all navigate COVID-19-related changes to the workplace, new workforce development and advancement tools will be needed to move our region forward.

9.28.21 Advocacy Alert: NYS To Raise Minimum Wage

By jveronica@thepartnership.org | September 28, 2021

The New York State Department of Labor announced a forthcoming increase in the minimum wage across upstate New York.

On December 31, the minimum wage in our region will rise to $13.20 per hour, a 70-cent increase from the current rate.