Workforce

Key Processes

The Center for Employment & Economic Well-Being is building a community of practice with APHSA members, national policy makers, employers, researchers, practitioners, and other stakeholders to advance policy and program innovations in workforce engagement. Presently, human services agencies have too few tools at their disposal to design and execute practical and affordable engagement programs on a broad scale. However, with more focused connections and a better toolkit, states and localities can move more people into gainful employment.

 

The CEEWB has identified several areas of workforce engagement that present opportunities for new and budding innovations that will advance impactful workforce engagement efforts and help more workers move toward gainful employment, self-sufficiency, and health and wellbeing:

 

Leveraging Job Sector and Industry Growth

 

Place-Conscious Approach to Workforce Engagement

 

Microenterprise as a Path to Self-Sufficiency

 

Whole Family Approach to Workforce Engagement

 

Utilizing Our Understanding of Brain Science to Strengthen Workforce Engagement






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