EMPLOYERS Can Make Hiring the Ready to Work a C-Suite Priority

  • Establish hiring best practices based on Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA).
  • Establish relationships with colleges and workforce intermediaries in your area.
  • Post jobs where the LTU will see them.
  • Join the Ready To Work Business Collaborative Advisory Board.

WORKFORCE INTERMEDIARIES can help bridge the gap between employees and employers.

  • Strengthen relationships with employers so you can develop training programs and degrees for skills they need.
  • Match qualified employees with employers.
  • Add your voice to the Advisory Board.

POLICY MAKERS AND GRANT MAKERS can help us better understand the issue and recommend standards.

  • Support research and policies to help all the parties involved — workers, workforce intermediaries, employers.
  • Share your knowledge about what’s working.
  • Establish standards and best practices for hiring ready to work talent.

Learn More

We invite you to learn more about ready to work talent.

September 13, 2017
8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Hosted by United Way/Bay Area, San Francisco, CA
550 Kearny Street, San Fransisco

Keynote Speaker: Chuck Edward, Head of Global Talent Acquisition, Microsoft


  • To build a sustainable talent pipeline.
  • To learn more about best practices in hiring ready to work talent.
  • To connect with workforce partners in the communities where your company has operations.
  • To join the Ready To Work Business Collaborative Advisory Board.


Join Our Advisory Board

Be a thought leader who develops hiring best practices targeted at ready to work talent.


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