Employment and Jobs

ManpowerGroup Signs Workforce Development Pledge to Upskill More than 130,000 U.S. Workers

July 23, 2018  • UpSkill America

UpSkill America is an employer-led movement to expand opportunity for America’s workers and allow our economy and communities to thrive. As part of our mission to advance the upskilling movement, we are pleased to share the following news featuring one of our partners.

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Today ManpowerGroup joins leading employers to support the U.S. Administration’s pledge to better align government training programs with the demands of industry and help people upskill for a future world of work that is more digital and fast-paced than ever before.

ManpowerGroup supports the Administration’s workforce development initiative and pledges to upskill 130,000 workers over the next five years, helping people in the U.S. learn in-demand skills, move up in their careers and achieve more than they imagined. The commitment will be delivered through a suite of offerings including experience, assessment and education as part of ManpowerGroup’s MyPath program. MyPath enables people to access meaningful and sustainable jobs in in-demand careers through accelerated learning programs, on-the-job training, certification and experience. Click here to learn more.

We are delighted with ManpowerGroup’s decision and commend them for joining a growing list of companies commited to advancing the upskilling movement in 2018.

 

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.@ManpowerGroup has pledged “to #upskill 130,000 workers over the next five years, helping people in the U.S. learn in-demand skills, move up in their careers and achieve more than they imagined.”

.@ManpowerGroup is pledging to “help people #upskill for a future world of work that is more digital and fast-paced than ever before.”

.@ManpowerGroup’s MyPath program “enables people to access meaningful and sustainable jobs in in-demand careers through accelerated learning programs, on-the-job training, certification and experience.”

“We welcome this approach to prioritizing skills so that American organizations can become builders of talent to create a workforce with the skills companies and individuals need to thrive today and tomorrow.” @beckyfrankly @ManpowerGroup

 

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