Tag: Workforce Development
CGI Has Created 700+ Jobs In Lafayette, Louisiana
Local workforce, partnerships drive ongoing growth at CGI's Acadiana location. Entergy asks to add up to three gigawatts of solar energy in what would be largest renewable power expansion in state history.
The Talent War: What’s Your Plan For Recruiting Gen Z Workers?
A new report from The Conference Board explores the 5 most important motivations of Gen Z, expected to represent nearly a third of the workforce by 2025.
GE To Invest $450M+ In U.S. Manufacturing This Year
Investments in equipment, facility upgrades, and other improvements at GE’s aerospace and energy businesses will take place across eight states, create 1,700 jobs.
Better Lifestyle, Lower Cost Of Living In North Tampa Bay, Florida
Pasco County features pro-business government in a right to work state with local incentives, low operating costs, and no personal state income tax, and offers the fourth best tax climate in the U.S.
ABI Windows To Locate $42M Manufacturing Facility In Texas
Window and building supply manufacturer ABI Windows will invest $42.5 million and create 175 full-time jobs with a new manufacturing facility in Abilene, Texas.
Did You Miss This Webinar? Discover 3 Ways To Workforce Success
Whether you're relocating or expanding, view this free video webinar and learn innovative ways to stand out from the pack and sustain your best workforce.
Incentives Bring EpiBone, Inc. To New Jersey
Small, woman-founded biotechnology company EpiBone, Inc. will create 90 jobs in Jersey City, NJ with the help of NJEDA Emerge tax credits.
Business Oregon leaders discuss how the state's post-pandemic economic rebound is fueled by manufacturing, services, and wholesale trade.
Businesses Thrive In Amarillo, TX
Kevin Carter, President & CEO, Amarillo Economic Development Corp. discusses how the largest city in the Texas Panhandle offers workforce and incentives for companies to succeed.
EMP Shield Plans $1.9B Computer Chip Plant In Kansas
EMP Shield will create more than 1,200 jobs at the new computer chip manufacturing facility in Burlington, KS.
GM Tags Michigan, Ohio And New York For $918M Investment
General Motors will invest in four U.S. facilities for V-8 engine production, electric vehicle components, bringing its manufacturing facility investments to more than $37B since 2013.
Aerospace And Defense Soar In Florida’s Great Northwest
An outstanding workforce, welcoming business climate, exceptional quality of life and unprecedented financial resources are drawing aviation industry leaders to Northwest Florida.
Launching To Success: Aerospace & Defense Locations
Locations are attracting aerospace & defense companies with highly educated workers, advanced manufacturing capabilities, and supply chain networks.
Two Expansion Projects In Ireland Create More Than 125 Jobs
In Ireland, Siemens Healthineers will launch a new laboratory equipment R&D center in Swords, while Lufthansa Technik expands in Shannon.
Texas Instruments Will Invest $11B In New Utah Fab
TI's new 300-millimeter semiconductor wafer fab, located next to its existing operation in Lehi, will be the largest economic investment in Utah history.
North Carolina Offers The Total Package: 2022 State Of The Year
Throughout 2022, the Tar Heel State steadily attracted and retained business investment with its regional approach and world-class resources.
Super Bowl LVII: Will 18M+ Employees Miss Work On Monday?
An estimated 18.8 million U.S. employees may miss work the Monday after Super Bowl LVII, according to new research from The Workforce Institute at UKG.
January / February 2023 Issue (Volume 56, Number 1)
Business Facilities' January / February 2023 issue features North Carolina, our 2022 State of the Year, along with winners of our Deal of the Year Awards. Plus, Top Utilities and more.
Manufacturing Readiness Grants: Indiana Invested $22M+ In 2022
Since it was launched in 2020, the Manufacturing Readiness Grants program has granted a total of 384 awards totaling $39 million to companies in 69 counties.
Wichita Semiconductor Plant Will Create Nearly 2,000 Jobs
Integra Technologies' $1.8 billion investment is the second-largest economic development project in Kansas history.