Finding significant value in pursuing diversity
Alabama companies find significant value in pursuing diversity, launching new initiatives on inclusion.
Huntsville Utilities, TVA and Calhoun partner on lineworker training
Huntsville Utilities and TVA contribute $50,000 each to a scholarship.
Guest Column: Rapid Skills for Success training helps Alabama confront worker shortage
The training can be completed quickly because the courses start online and finish on a community college campus or a work site.
Unemployment in Alabama metros among lowest in nation
Decatur and Huntsville tied with Rapid City, South Dakota, with the lowest unemployment rate in the country in March, with the Birmingham-Hoover metro area the lowest of metro areas with a population of 1 million or more
Finding the workers
Automakers turn to job fairs, TV ads, state agencies to find workers for the burgeoning industrial sector.
Wallace State offers two apprenticeships
Students studying early childhood education and nursing get hands-on experience.
Workforce: Robots at the ready
How an idea to help Alabama businesses retain employees became a draw for companies to locate in the state.
UNA, MartinFed sign learning agreement
The agreement will provide MartinFed employees with a tuition scholarship.
Community colleges launch programs to meet workforce needs
Nursing, marine tech, AI and NASA work all have new programs in progress at Alabama's community colleges.
Austal sets hiring fair for Saturday
Mobile shipbuilder plans to hire 1,000 workers in the next 18 months, some 700 of them right now.