Next month, Emsi will release the third annual Talent Attraction Scorecard, which explores how well large and small counties are attracting talent. Join our webinar to learn more.
Over the last decade, East Kentucky coal mining country has lost more than 8,500 mining jobs. With the help of Emsi data, Boyette Advisors helped the struggling region attract six new companies and about 2,000 new jobs.
Product owner Sheridan Benard and marketing director Cara Christopher provide an in-depth overview of the new Company Talent Profile, including:
• Specific use cases
• Why it was developed
• Supporting data sources
• How to read, analyze, and use the report
Burleson Works was created to provide an avenue for local companies, educators, and residents to connect and fill the skills gap in a Texas community. With a game-changing framework, including a signing day event and scholarship, the City of Burleson is training residents on jobs local businesses are actually hiring for.
We are excited to introduce you to Company Talent Profile, the newest way to understand your local companies’ talent needs. Clients are seeing this as “front-end business intelligence.” Explore companies in your region based on the talent they have and the talent they want.
Portland’s rising tech industry has Worksystems in search of the best and the brightest tech workers, aka “unicorns.” Through the use of Emsi labor market data, Worksystems is aligning employers with potential employees through intense, hands-on training programs. Their goal—jobs can be Portland made and Portland filled.