EDWC Launches New Sites and Buildings Tool

EDWC just completed migration to our new web-based Sites and Buildings Tool called Guru. Powered by our relationships with GIS WebTech, you will quickly discover enhancements that make this so much more than a place to search out available sites and buildings. Try the New Tool 5 Ways to Use the Site [...]

By |2022-09-01T13:02:19-05:00August 29th, 2022|Consulting, Economic Development, Workforce Analytics|Comments Off on EDWC Launches New Sites and Buildings Tool

Where to Find the Workers You Need

We are nearly across the finish line in how to optimally position your organization to attract needed workers.  Here’s a recap of the steps we’ve taken so far in this series: Set the stage by understanding the reality of the hiring landscape in Washington County. Read: Shift the Hiring Imbalance Your Way Determined the [...]

By |2022-08-11T13:32:20-05:00August 11th, 2022|Consulting, Economic Development, Workforce Analytics|Comments Off on Where to Find the Workers You Need

What to Pay to Secure the Talent You Need

Shift the Hiring Imbalance Your Way Part 3: How Much Do I Need to Pay to Get Them? So far, we’ve established local trends and framed up desired talent as part of our EDWC exclusive series on how to use real-time data to optimally position for attracting and retaining needed workers. Let’s now figure out [...]

By |2022-06-02T13:33:47-05:00June 2nd, 2022|Consulting, Economic Development, Workforce Analytics|Comments Off on What to Pay to Secure the Talent You Need

Frame Up the Pool of Talent You Need

This is the second of an EDWC exclusive five-part series where we’ll use real-time data to optimally position your organization for attracting and retaining the workers you need. Last week we leveraged real-time job posting analytics to uncover market insights on Washington County hiring. Today, we will use analytics to build a pool of talent [...]

By |2022-05-19T14:56:46-05:00May 19th, 2022|Consulting, Economic Development, Workforce Analytics|Comments Off on Frame Up the Pool of Talent You Need

Shift the Hiring Imbalance Your Way

You can do this. No excuses…and we have your back. This is the first of an EDWC exclusive five-part series where we’ll use real-time data to optimally position your organization for attracting and retaining the workers you need. The approach: 1. Frame up the pool of talent you need 2. Determine what it takes to [...]

By |2022-05-12T14:07:07-05:00May 12th, 2022|Consulting, Economic Development, Workforce Analytics|Comments Off on Shift the Hiring Imbalance Your Way

How Washington County’s October 7th Event Will Tear Down Key Barrier to Workforce Recruitment and Retention

The national “war for talent” begins here.  On Thursday, October 7th, Washington County will unveil a unique cloud-based, interactive report that graphically captures the how and why both rental and owner-occupied housing is one of your company’s top barriers to recruiting and retaining workers. Next Generation Housing Event with County Executive, Josh Schoemann EDWC’s [...]

By |2021-10-01T09:58:49-05:00October 1st, 2021|Economic Development, Governments|Comments Off on How Washington County’s October 7th Event Will Tear Down Key Barrier to Workforce Recruitment and Retention

3 Steps to Successfully Approach Workforce Attraction

Companies recognize that today’s front on the war for economic development is talent retention and recruitment and have decided to make this core to its strategic pursuits.  Laying important foundations to address the gap between job growth and available workers is key to taking the next step in your growth initiatives. Below are 3 [...]

By |2021-02-15T09:56:38-06:00February 11th, 2021|Economic Development, Financial, Site Selection, Workforce Analytics|Comments Off on 3 Steps to Successfully Approach Workforce Attraction

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