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BEST PRACTICE RESOURCES

As COVID-19 reshapes the way people live and work, it is critical for workforce practitioners to consider new perspectives and solutions and engage in continuous peer-to-peer sharing to ensure that individual jobseekers, workers, and employers have the resources they need to succeed in a transformed economy. To fulfill this need, the WDC Best Practices and Communications Committee regularly solicits best practices from WDC members and periodically holds best practice sharing sessions at meetings and convenings throughout the year. Below please find several slideshows featuring recently submitted best practices from WDC members.

COVID-19 Best Practice Resources 

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PARTNER4WORK

IBM Service Corps Reignite

Partner4Work recently launched the Service Corps Reignite initiative in collaboration with local partners, Jones Day, and IBM. This new digital platform will provide career readiness resources to support businesses, job seekers, and non-profit organizations in Pittsburgh as they emerge from the economic disruption of COVID-19.

Disability Employment Best Practice Resources

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MaxAbility Employment Taskforce

The MaxAbility Employment Taskforce in Rochester, Minnesota, was established in 2014 as a result of grassroots conversations among employers, job coaches/Community Rehabilitation Partners (CRPs), non-profits, and educators in the region. The taskforce serves as a subcommittee of the Southeast Minnesota Workforce Development Board and aims to expand competitive employment opportunities for job seekers with disabilities while helping local businesses in Southeast Minnesota meet their workforce needs by hiring from a diverse talent pool.

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