Council poised to put voter-approved job training program to work
In a presentation to council members, city staff laid out the basic structure of the program, which is expected to place put more than 28,000 people into either certification and degree programs and result in at least 15,728 people into “high-quality” jobs in in-demand fields.
City says employer participation key to $200M job training program
More the 70 employers have signed onto a pledge supporting the upcoming “SA: Ready To Work” program, which will provide tuition for certification programs or associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in high-demand fields. The goal of the $200 million program is to help participants get and keep jobs paying at least $15 an hour with benefits.
JW Marriott, Spurs Sports & Entertainment both have job fairs Thursday and are hiring hundreds of people
Spurs Sports & Entertainment is looking to hire 200 part-time employees while the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa is looking to hire more than 150 full-time and part-time workers.
Elizabeth Holmes accuses ex-lover, business partner of abuse
Disgraced entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes on Monday cast herself as the abused puppet of her former lover and business partner Sunny Balwani during tearful testimony aimed at refuting accusations she lied about a flawed blood-testing technology that hailed as a major breakthrough.
Reporter recalls pivotal story in Elizabeth Holmes' stardom
A Fortune Magazine reporter whose story helped turn Elizabeth Holmes into a Silicon Valley sensation came to court Thursday to explain why he felt like he became a pawn in her attempts to hype a blood-testing technology she promised would revolutionize health care.
Grammar hacks: Here are some ways to sound smarter
A study by Grammarly based on LinkedIn profiles has found professionals with six to nine promotions within a ten-year period made 45 percent fewer grammatical errors than those who’d been promoted between one to four times. Are grammar mistakes hurting your career?