View Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Announces Three-Part Webinar Series on Strategies to Promote and Improve Quality Jobs for Lower-Wage Workers

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has announced a three-part webinar series on strategies to promote and improve quality jobs for lower-wage workers.

The series is a partnership with the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, the Aspen Institute, and the Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative at the Sloan School of Management in connection with the Federal Reserve System's initiative Investing in America's Workforce.

February 22

The first webinar in the series will explore how the changing labor market is affecting two manufacturing companies and the strategies they use to design higher-quality jobs, improve working conditions, and strengthen operations. Panelists will also discuss the role of technology in enhancing job quality and expanding employment. The webinar will conclude by offering a menu of practices and programs used by employers across industry sectors proven to increase their competitive advantage and help them to become an employer of choice. Fred Dedrick of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions will moderate the session.

Register for the February 22 session, which takes place at 3:00 p.m. ET.

March 22      Engaging Workers in Creating Good Jobs

April 26         In Search of the Employment "High Road": A Research Perspective on Developing Good Jobs

Participation in this series is free, but registration is required for each webinar.