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Prepare for Increased Customer Demand

Are you prepared for a surge in customer demand? According to a recent U.S. Department of Labor notice, “Workforce agencies should work to ensure that American Job Center partners and staff are prepared for potential surges of customer demand and the diversity of needs as jobseekers re-engage in the workforce.”
 

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Remote Jobs Tool Leads Unemployed to Virtual Work

Are your job seekers interested in work that doesn’t require them to be onsite? A new remote jobs tool sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor lets UI claimants and the unemployed search for jobs that don’t require them to commute or be onsite every day.

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Put LEAP and YES in Your Reopening Plans

As you reopen your doors to the unemployed, send them home with our proven tools for independent reemployment and job search planning.

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Planning a Pathway to Recovery in the Public Workforce System

The year began with historically low unemployment. After the pandemic hit, life changed dramatically for everyone, including the public workforce system and the people we serve. Now it's time to look ahead.

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Robots Are Ready as COVID-19 Recession Spreads

According to the Brookings Institution, the pandemic is amplifying concerns about technology’s impact on employment. Simply stated, the coronavirus-related recession is likely to escalate labor-replacing automation. 

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Reemployment Planning with No Staff Involvement

Give dislocated workers and the unemployed two proven tools for independent job search and reemployment planning. Both tools feature a color-coded, easy-to-read, 6-panel foldout design with clear steps. They are completely self-guiding, self-scoring, and self-interpreting.
 

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USDOL Issues Reminders to Ensure Integrity of UI Programs

The U.S. Department of Labor has issued guidance to help states guard against fraud and abuse in their unemployment insurance systems as they implement pandemic assistance programs.

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Career Action Resources Is Here to Help

Career Action Resources is here to help. We specialize in best-practice assessments and action planners used by workforce, employment, and career services to guide job seekers and the unemployed in getting hired. With 20 years of experience in workforce development publishing, our seasoned career resources staff created Layoff-to-Employment Action Planner and Your Employment Search.

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Planning for the Day Your Doors Will Reopen

Your doors will reopen at some point to unemployed Americans. Now is the time to plan ahead to help these job seekers when you meet with them and resume workshops, counseling, and more. Layoff-to-Employment Action Planner (LEAP) and Your Employment Search (YES) are quick, consistent ways to give job hunters a vast amount of useful guidance in an easy-to-use format.

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Today and Tomorrow--Pandemic and Beyond

As millions of Americans deal with layoffs and unemployment during the pandemic, they seek benefits and assistance from the public workforce system.

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