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Why it’s important to develop emotional intelligence

By being aware of their own biases, asking questions and bringing a new mindset, entrepreneurs can help team members succeed and promote a psychologically safe workplace

More Students Are ‘Stacking’ Credentials en Route to a Degree

With record numbers of Americans jobless, some are turning to nontraditional programs that offer rewards for completing short courses on specific skills.

COVID-19 made Khan Academy Kids vital for parents. Now it faces a cash crunch

The free education app for young children has boomed during the pandemic—but so have its costs.

Meeting our Economic Needs Together- Webinar on Housing Cooperatives – 6/11 – 2:00PM to 3:30PM

Presenters will be Katie Biggs, Marketing & Resource Development Manager for NeighborWorks Montana, and Julie Foster, Executive Director for Ravalli County Economic Development Authority.

MEDA Remote Worker Group Call @ Thu Jun 4, 2020 11:15am – 12:15pm (MDT)

The MEDA working group is collaborating to develop marketing and information to encourage these workers to consider Montana and build a support network for teleworkers. 

Talent Attraction Marketing Services RFP – The Great Falls Development Authority

  The Great Falls Development Authority is accepting proposals to create and help implement a multi-platform marketing campaign to drive economic development by attracting talent to relocate to the Great Falls Montana region. We seek…

High-Skill Immigration Restrictions Expected Soon From Trump

An H-1B visa is typically the only practical way for a foreign national to work long-term in the United States.

Montana Ag Network: Harvest crews experiencing labor shortage

In a few weeks, as the grain harvest begins in Texas and works its way north, farmers and custom harvest crews will experience a shortage of experienced guest workers — many of whom travel to the U.S. from Australia and South Africa as they follow the harvest around the world.

Montana associations create campaign to attract workers into construction

According to the Montana Contractors Association, the average age of a construction worker is 48. Build Montana will focus on creating a pipeline between these trades and the youth.

Remote Work Has Its Perks, Until You Want a Promotion

Companies like Facebook and Twitter expect many employees to work far from headquarters after the pandemic. That calls for a change in corporate cultures.