Local First Arizona is developing an essential pipeline to train nursing talent in rural Arizona.
Using the Talent Pipeline Management® (TPM) approach to enhance their workforce strategy and solve the challenges facing their industry, Consumers Energy is now accurately projecting demand, identifying in-demand competencies, finding trusted sources of talent, and developing strong partnerships with preferred talent providers.
The Hospital Workforce Collaborative used the Talent Pipeline Management® (TPM) framework to identify and work with education providers to create an efficient, sustainable model for hiring, upskilling, and retaining nurses in six specialty practice areas critical to the healthcare business community in Arizona.
In Vermont, the needs of the business community are aligning with talent development by the education system by using Talent Pipeline Management® (TPM) as a strategy for public-private partnership and sustainable growth for the state's key industries.
Amazon introduced Career Choice to support the career development goals of its employees. Through scalable partnerships with educational institutions and businesses, Career Choice helps prepare Amazon’s hourly employees for in-demand careers – in the company or elsewhere.
In an economy where employers are competing to attract and retain the best talent, SunTrust offers employers an opportunity to better support their workforce, equip employees with financial confidence, and increase employee recruitment and retention through Momentum onUp.
“Committed to being America's best first job®,” McDonald's® partners with the education community to provide Archways to Opportunity®, a comprehensive education strategy with multiple programs that give people an opportunity to grow and learn.
With an aspiration to be a force for good in the communities they serve, DTE Energy is working to address the skills gap, increase the quality of candidates for in-demand jobs, and build a sustainable pipeline of skilled talent through career path development and skilled trade training programs.