In the world of workforce organizations, 2020 presented an entirely new challenge that no one was prepared for. Like many businesses, institutions, and agencies, nonprofits that help people get into the workforce had to pivot to serve their communities. On top of that, the employment landscape was drastically changing as lockdowns were instituted. Companies began to rapidly re-evaluate their workforce needs. read more
In a matter of weeks, we have seen the unprecedented COVID-19 virus sweep the world, bringing with it a staggering number of cases and tragedies as well as an all-encompassing sense of uncertainty and disruption to everyday life. And, as with any other crisis, emergency or natural disaster that we’ve seen in the past, organizations across the social good sector have shown up in a big way. But this crisis is different from any we’ve faced in recent memory. It is more challenging than ever for nonprofits and public sector agencies to stay connected with their colleagues, partners, and funders – and with the people they serve.