Ohio Valley Goodwill Urges Greater Cincinnati To Take THE #LABOROFLOVE PLEDGE To Spread Awareness ABOUT GOODWILL® and the Importance of Helping People Go To Work!
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 5.6 million job openings on the last business day of June this year. In observance of Labor Day, between August 30 and September 6, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries is challenging people in Greater Cincinnati to sign Goodwill’s #LaborOfLove pledge to spread awareness about Goodwill and the importance of job placement and training programs for people looking for employment. Visit http://bit.ly/LaborOfLove2016 and learn more about Goodwill and how individuals can support its efforts to put people to work.
“As the talent shortage continues to affect the economy, employers will need to use non-traditional sources to meet market demands,” said Joe Byrum, President and CEO of Ohio Valley Goodwill. “By signing the #LaborofLove pledge, you can raise awareness about Goodwill’s job placement programs in Greater Cincinnati that assist people with disabilities and our nation’s veterans in obtaining employment.”
Goodwill is poised to leverage its workforce development network to help more individuals gain skills and earn the jobs that are open today and will be necessary for the future. To find out more about Ohio Valley Goodwill’s employment services, visit www.goodwillemploymentservices.com. Helping someone get a job in our community is truly a Labor of Love that we can do together.