Sharon Butts, executive director of the Cadiz/Trigg County Economic Development Commission, asked local businesses and organizations to commit to the Tomorrow’s Workforce Now initiative, an ACT, Inc. initiative that allows up to 20 businesses and organizations in a city or county to participate and test 10 – 20 of their employees.
“It’s really important that industries, our local industries and businesses, participate in this initiative, because it’s going to help provide them a better skill set and workforce for their company as well as helping us in our recruiting process,” Butts said.
Tara Rascoe, workforce transitions coordinator for Hopkinsville Community College, said many businesses and organizations rely on TABE (Tests of Adult Basic Education) scores, and went on to say that the NCRC goes further and measures basic reading, math and information-gathering skills, and also functions as a talent assessment. TABE measures basic reading and math skills.
For the rest of this story, see this week's issue of The Cadiz Record or subscribe to our e-Edition by calling 270-522-6605.