Dec03

New Local Podcast Series Offers Employers Important Information About New Paid Medical and Family Leave Program and More

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New Local Podcast Series Offers Employers Important Information About New Paid Medical and Family Leave Program and More

 

(Yakima, WA) – The South Central Workforce Council (Council) launched a new podcast series November 26 addressing topics important to employers and job seekers in South Central Washington. Titled “South Central Works” the podcast is available to listeners free of charge on the Council’s website (http://www.southcentralwdc.com), and is available for free download through Google Play, Spotify, Podbay and blubrry.

The following titles are available for streaming on podcast. Stay tuned for more coming every month!

 “Paid Family and Medical Leave Launches 1/1/19: Are You Ready?”

 “Tax Credits Available in Central Washington”

 “Ban the Box: How Has Pre-Employment Background Screening Changed?”

 

“We’re in a world of information overload,” said Jack Fitzgerald, CEO/Director of the South Central Workforce Council. “Social media provides so much material that you have to sift through content to get to the real facts. Our podcast provides information in a simple question and answer format. We choose topics and develop questions based on what we hear from the community. Our host then interviews subject matter experts so that we can provide employers and job seekers with important information.The podcast is one small way the Council can enhance the productivity and profitability of businesses in our area.”

The South Central Workforce Council is composed of a volunteer Board of Directors of business professionals and individuals that represent public and government organizations in the four county region of south central Washington (Kittitas, Klickitat, Skamania and Yakima Counties). The Council connects partners and stakeholders in a single network as a way to make efficient use of public dollars and to increase worker readiness for existing and new businesses.

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