September 26, 2018
In September, in honor of Workforce Development Month, we recognize the workforce development industry for its contributions to creating an inclusive and sustainable workforce.

For some, workforce development means no more than checking a box to indicate their company is “diverse.” But at its best, it provides potential job candidates with the necessary training and guidance so that they can be better prepared to enter the workplace. Investing in workforce development programs goes beyond find
September 26, 2018
Generational divides are nothing new. Boomers like myself find Steve Jobs to be iconic. Millennials idolize Mark Zuckerberg. My generation sources news via print papers and cable television while digital natives see Twitter as their trusted news source. Many of my employees don’t even have a cable subscription. This collision of demographics is now infiltrating the workforce, and companies face the challenge of integrating five generations into one office space.
August 22, 2018
Recently, The Tennessee Tribune highlighted Workforce Opportunity Services' (WOS) work with Veterans and our partnership with Tennessee State University (TSU) in an article about the gender pay gap and how it disproportionally affects racial and ethnic minorities. WOS was cited as a tangible solution for changing the current wage gap for minorities across the board, not just women.
August 15, 2018
TAPinto Newark recently featured the story of past-WOS consultant turn Panasonic employee, Tyrell Cotten. Prior to WOS, Cotten served in the U.S. Army National Guard 6,500 miles away in Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan.
August 15, 2018
Dr. Arthur Langer, Chairman and Founder of Workforce Opportunity Services, joined hosts Katherine Klein and Nick Ashburn on Sirius XM132 radio show Dollars and Change.

In the segment, Dr. Langer spoke to the challenges corporations face in finding and cultivating underserved and veteran talent, as well as to how WOS absorbs the risks and succeeds, noting the strong retention rate.

The interview originally aired on Sirius XM Channel 132, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School