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Sacramento employers can get money for hiring laid off workers under a new federally funded program. The Hiring Assistance Program is offering businesses up to $5,000 per employee for hiring dislocated workers who are struggling to find work after a
The news comes out of the 2012 National Study of Employers by the workforce think tank Families and Work Institute, released jointly April 30 with the Society for Human Resource Management. The study's researchers found what they called surprising
The 16-week program begins in February at American River College with courses in hybrid and electric vehicles, biodiesel technology, automotive electric systems and advanced alternative fuels technology. As more and more alternative- fuel, hybrid and
Expert offers advice for those seeking work in a tough market Published: Monday, May...Here with some job-hunting advice is Terri Carpenter, a career expert with Sacramento Works, part of the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency. The questions
The economy may be warming up, but it's still a chilly climate out there for job seekers. And some of them are seeking advice from Terri Carpenter, spokeswoman for Sacramento Works, the nonprofit government agency that helps the unemployed find jobs.
Here's some recent advice from Terri Carpenter, a veteran career counselor with the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency and its Sacramento Works programs. To see more of her advice, go to "Ask the Experts" at www.sacbee .com/ask...I have
The Bee looked at revenue streams for 18 local governments, including Sacramento, Yolo, El Dorado and Placer counties, and 14 cities. Billions of dollars in sales disappeared locally, and with it a large share of the funds local governments have used