Latest News – April 5

Can You Relate? Handling Agitated Customers

This time of year, local workers are usually winding down their winter season. Working with the public can be challenging, especially when you come to the end of the season. If that includes you, or if you’re an employer looking to freshen up your employees customer service tools before the busy summer season kicks in, then consider this FREE seminar.Mind Springs-Agitated Employee

On Tuesday, April 22 Tom Gangel of Mind Springs Health will be offering the practical guide: “How to handle an upset or agitated customer or employee.” The hour and a half seminar will be held up at Colorado Mountain College – Leadville in the Climax building starting at 10 a.m. If you and/or your employees plan on attending, please RSVP to the Colorado Workforce Center at 719-486-2428 or via email: cdle_leadville_WFC@state.co.us.Obit_Spacer_Thin

 Hire A Local Youth for Summer Jobs

Do you remember your first summer job? Was it mowing lawns? Or maybe even babysitting? Did you ever have an internship in high school or college?

Well if you did, that means someone made the investment in you, to help train you for the working world. To that end, the Governor’s Summer Job Hunt is asking local businesses to consider employing a local youth for summer employment. Here’s the information:Obit_Spacer_Thin 

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