Stronger Together.

When workers, employers, governments, and nonprofits collaborate, we can build the workforce of the future—together.

 

Jobcase Cares partners with nonprofits and government organizations who share our mission to empower workers. Our powerful technology helps them to enhance their impact and create better outcomes for the communities they serve.

Partnership Highlights

West Virginia and Jobcase: Stronger Together

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Chicago Urban League and Jobcase: A partnership for the
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Spreading opportunity in West Virginia

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice and Jobcase announced a public-private partnership to connect job seekers and companies in West Virginia. This collaboration will help West Virginia retain workers, expand its employment base, and invite more people and businesses to live and work in The Mountain State.

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Getting Rhode Islanders back to work

Former Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo announced an ambitious Back to Work RI initiative, and Jobcase proudly collaborated with the RI Department of Labor and Training to help bring it to life. This training and employment program aims to help hourly or low-wage workers impacted the most by the pandemic.

Rhode Islanders are encouraged to:

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Worker Advocacy

Helping American workers  recover stronger

Helping American workers recover stronger

With millions unemployed – and millions of essential workers risking their health every day – employers, workers, and America itself can’t go back to business as usual. That’s why Jobcase is proud to collaborate with Microsoft, Postmates, Walmart, and others to lead a “people-first” post-COVID recovery. Together, we’re working to improve the wellbeing and mobility of US workers and create a stronger, more equitable economy.

Read more at Recover Stronger.

Jobcase joins the Mass TLC Tech Compact for Social Justice

Jobcase joins the Mass TLC Tech Compact for Social Justice

Only 5% of tech employees in Massachusetts are Black or African-American and only 7% are Hispanic or Latino. As an industry, we need to do better. That’s why Jobcase stands united with more than 80 tech companies and organizations in Massachusetts to take action for social justice. We believe this is a critical part of building a “people-first” future for our industry and workers everywhere.

For more information, visit
Mass TLC Tech Compact for Social Justice.

Jobs for the Future names Jobcase an ‘Innovator to Watch’

Jobs for the Future names Jobcase an ‘Innovator to Watch’

Jobs for the Future – an organization dedicated to transforming workforce and education systems for equal access to economic advancement – has issued their 2020 analysis. We’re honored to have been chosen as one of 18 ‘Innovators to Watch’ as we continue to pioneer equitable, “people-first” technology to empower workers.

Visit JFF.org to learn more.

Thought Leadership

Collective consumerism: how it can drive positive change for U.S. workers

Dear CEOs: It’s time for real change to support your employees – Fred Goff

We should ‘hire’ political candidates based on these 3 factors: CEO Fred Goff

CEO Fred Goff: A criminal conviction doesn’t have to be a career death sentence

Business leaders need to follow words with actions and support America’s workers

This CEO Says We Don’t Have to Abandon Capitalism if We Want to Support Workers

Fred Goff: 5 things you can do to prepare for the new future of work