Workforce Matters


Workforce Resources

Five Tips for Managing Telecommuting Employees
Telecommuting is on the rise as the country copes with COVID-19. Mandatory telecommuting may lower the risk of community spread, but it also presents new challenges for managing employees. Here are five tips employers should consider as they adjust to their new virtual workplaces.

Virtual Meeting Resources and Etiquette
As we find ourselves working remotely and having to meet with colleagues and clients remotely, here are some helpful tips to consider. 

"How to Work from Home"
Make sure you have what you need to work remotely.
The Verge

"How to Work From Home Without Losing Your Mind"
No matter why you're working from home, snack breaks and boundaries are your friends.


Grant Opportunities


50% off training!

Download the WorkInvestNH application

NH Job Training Fund

The Job Training Fund is available to businesses located in New Hampshire and businesses intending to locate in the State, and who pay quarterly taxes into the NH Unemployment Trust Fund. Businesses that make voluntary (reimbursable) contributions are not eligible.

Visit their website for more information

VT Job Training Fund

The Vermont Training Partnership (VTP) partners with employers and training providers to prepare Vermont's employees for the jobs of tomorrow. VTP provides performance-based workforce grants for pre-employment training, training for new hires, and training for incumbent workers. This training can either be on-site or offered through an outside provider.  VTP grants may cover up to 50% of the training cost.

Visit their website for more information 

National Fall Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction

A free OSHA #7405 Fall Hazard Awareness event for the construction industry.

May 4-8, 2020

View their website or Download program flyer


Meet Your Future Workforce

Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS)
VLACS is recruiting industry experts who would be willing to participate in Career Connections, a live video conference which provides students an opportunity to interact with professionals to learn more about careers.

Each session allows professionals to collaborate with students without having to leave their workplace!

Fill out their registration form for more information.

Call for Industry Videos
To help NH businesses in a small way maintain connections with NH schools while social distancing is in under way, the NH ELO Network is looking to create online resources for students. They are looking for local businesses and organizations to send videos about their business which they can share with students. 

Listen to this audio request which explains the project in more detail. Community partners can submit their videos via email.

Read more about the project on the NH ELO Network website.

In response to the covid-19 pandemic, we have removed all school recruitment events for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.

Schools interested in sharing upcoming career fairs, please email information to Jennifer Landon, Director of Education and Workforce Development.


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