Author: Samuel Rotton

07.28.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 07/28/2021

Member RSVP: Industry Needs: Brooklyn + Staten Island; Newly Released Policy Agenda for an Equitable NYC.

07.14.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 07/14/2021

RSVP: How AI Technology Affects Hiring on July 22; Digital Inclusion Asset Survey.

07.07.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 07/07/2021

FY22 Budget Finalized by Mayor and Council; New LGBTQI+ Community Tool for Workforce Development Professionals.

06.30.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 06/30/2021

Verizon Community Partnership Chat; Recap and Video – Industry Needs: The State of Queens.

06.23.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 06/23/2021

NYC’s labor market turbulence; Recap of #RecoveryForAllNYC Rally.

06.16.21

CNYCA’S COVID-19 Economic Update: NYC’s labor market turbulence, with a more sluggish rebound than most other large cities

COVID-19 Economic Update is a bi-weekly column prepared by economist James Parrott of the Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA) at The New School, whose research is supported by the Consortium for […]

05.19.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 05/19/2021

CNYCA’S COVID-19 Economic Update: Job market behavior in a pandemic; Mayor de Blasio Calls on State Legislature to Pass Community Hiring and MWBE Bills.

05.12.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 05/12/2021

NYCETC Response to Mayor’s Executive Budget; NYCETC Mayoral Fireside Chat with Andrew Yang.

05.05.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 05/05/2021

NYC Mayoral Forum Video: The Role of Workers in a Resilient & Inclusive Recovery; Google Announces Career and Digital Training Initiative for Formerly Incarcerated Individuals.

04.28.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 04/28/2021

Call to Action: Tonight’s NYC Mayoral Forum; City & State Nonprofit 40 Under 40 Honors NYCETC VP.

04.21.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 04/21/2021

CNYCA’S COVID-19 Economic Update: NYC jobs resumed their return in February and March; Upcoming Mayoral Forum: Submit Questions for the Candidates.

04.14.21

NYC Workforce Weekly – 04/14/2021

Member Spotlight: Reel Works; NYCETC on NY1’s Inside City Hall on the Urgency for Mayoral Candidates to Support New Yorkers Looking for Work