BU400 – Strategic Consulting

April 12, 2017 Published by

You’ve been trained in Workplace Stability. Now what? Bring your executive team to the table with an experienced consultant to determine your next steps. You and the consultant will plan an agenda for the strategic consulting day tailored to your business needs. The goal is to have all teams and…

The Vermont State Council

November 25, 2013 Published by

The Vermont State Council The SHRM Vermont State Council received a 2008 Pinnacle Award, sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Automatic Data Processing (ADP) for its “Working Bridges Out of Poverty Project.” In conjunction with for-profit, nonprofit, and government agencies, the council delivered Working Bridges training to…

Cincinnati Works

November 25, 2013 Published by

Cincinnati Works Putting thousands of people in poverty to work, keeping them employed, changing the local economy, improving lives—in a time when there is so much bad news out there, Cincinnati Works is a wonderful story of success and what individuals can do to effect change in great proportion. Here…

BU100 – Workplace Stability Diversity Training

October 5, 2013 Published by

Instability is another measure of diversity in your workforce. Low-income environments are a major contributor, and low-wage employees often experience the “tyranny of the moment” brought on by problems with resources like transportation, healthcare, childcare or eldercare, housing, language or communication, or managing financial or legal matters. It might be…

B400 – Strategic Consulting

September 17, 2013 Published by

You’ve been trained in Bridges in Out of Poverty. Now what? Bring stakeholders to the table with an experienced consultant to determine your next steps. You and the consultant will plan an agenda for the strategic consulting day tailored to your community and organizational needs. The goal is to attract…

BU210 – Getting Ahead in the Workplace: Facilitator Training

September 17, 2013 Published by

People sometimes feel trapped in poverty because employment is unsteady and promotion into a living-wage job is just out of reach. Getting Ahead in the Workplace is a path to stable employment based on community and relationships. Engage low-wage employees, their families, and volunteers as problem solvers working shoulder to shoulder…

B310 – Hidden Rules of Class at Work

September 17, 2013 Published by

In order to work effectively with low-wage and entry-level workers, supervisors and managers must understand the motivations of people coming from the environment of poverty. Reduce turnover, increase productivity, and assess employee strengths to build resources for employees—and for the business. Participants will understand how the levels of an organization reflect…

Engage Under-Resourced Employees

August 8, 2013 Published by

How can managers and supervisors engage low-income, entry-level workers – reducing turnover and absenteeism, improving commitment to the organization, and strengthening ROI? These workshops from aha! Process provide the understanding and strategies to help you retain the workers in whom you’ve already invested and boost their productivity. Workshops are presented…