Survey for Employment and Training Practitioners, Policymakers, and Researchers

Monday, February 16, 2015

Given the tremendous challenges facing the workforce development system, it is essential that federal, state, and local policymakers and practitioners have access to timely and credible research about the programs and practices that are most effective and efficient in helping American workers prepare for and obtain employment. To help inform future research investments, the Heldrich Center has launched an effort to develop a report that will identify gaps in current employment and training research as well as identify the priority research needs of policymakers, practitioners, job seekers, and employers. The Heldrich Center is committed to undertaking an open, transparent, and consultative process, including seeking input from a broad range of stakeholders through an online survey. Please participate by completing this brief online survey.

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Workforce Policy & Practice
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