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Podcast, Sustaining Capitalism

  • Kristen Broady on workforce training for the post-COVID economy

    With millions of workers still out of the labor force a year after the COVID-19 pandemic first widely disrupted US businesses, for many, a successful path back to working may not be a return to old jobs. Dillard University College of Business Dean and Hamilton Project Policy Director Dr. Kristen Broady joins to discuss the promise and challenges of federal worker training programs and how to ensure the US can equip its most vulnerable workers with in-demand skills for a post-COVID economy.

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Podcast, Insights

  • Artificial Intelligence for Onboarding

    By providing new joiners with personalized onboarding experiences and addressing their needs at a faster rate, AI-powered solutions can help decrease the regrettable attrition of new joiners, enhance overall onboarding and work experience, and improve the work productivity of onboarding professionals by taking over administrative, repetitive tasks.

Podcast, Sustaining Capitalism

  • US Labor Markets and Policy Implications: Focus on January Jobs Report

    Economists from the Committee for Economic Development (CED) and The Conference Board Labor Markets Institute join forces to break down the monthly US Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report and reveal the relevant policy implications for the future workforce. In this episode, we discuss what the current pace of the vaccine rollout means for job growth in the year ahead, plus a brief primer on the current debate around fiscal stimulus vs. inflationary pressures.

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Podcast, ESG News and Views

  • Corporate Citizenship in Action: Helping Small Businesses Survive and Thrive

    Jeff Hoffman, Institute Leader of Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy at the ESG Center, interviews Jenny Flores, Head of Small Business Growth Philanthropy at Wells Fargo, and Elizabeth Gore, Co-Founder and President of HelloAlice.com. In their conversation, they discuss how corporations can further support small businesses and entrepreneurs not only with funding but with their expertise, as well as the role of technology, partnerships, and innovation in supporting minority-owned businesses.

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