Are there adequate people in a Birmingham area accessible for sinecure if Amazon chooses a Magic City as a second headquarters?
That was only one of a questions discussed Thursday morning during a B-School Breakfast Series hosted by BHM Biz. Experts in labor and practice discussed a state of a workforce in a segment and solutions to common employing problems.
On a row were Trent Scofield, labor and practice attorney, Burr Forman; Katrina Cade, owner, PrideStaff; Josh Laney, comparison executive for Workforce Development, Alabama State Department of Education; Jeff Lynn, clamp chancellor, Workforce and Economic Development, Alabama Community College System; and Forrest Cook, comparison HR/Benefits consultant, SS Nesbitt.
The whole row contention is accessible in a video below. For some-more information about a event, revisit bhmbiz.com.
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