The Nebraska Departments of Economic Development and Labor urge employers and individuals in the Lincoln, Beatrice, and York areas to participate in the Hiring and Training Needs and Labor Availability Surveys. The goal of the Lincoln Metro Survey of Hiring and Training Needs and Lincoln Metro Labor Availability Survey is to identify education, training, or skill gaps that may need to be addressed to ensure businesses have a workforce that is prepared to meet today’s challenges and requirements.
Today, Governor Pete Ricketts welcomed back a trade delegation made up of trade representatives from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC), Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development, and Gage Area Growth Enterprise (NGage). The delegation met with companies and industry associations in Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 9-10, to promote Nebraska as a destination for foreign direct investment.
A south-central Nebraska community’s growing online presence, building demolition work and street and façade improvements has earned recognition from the State of Nebraska for ongoing efforts in economic growth. This week, the Department of Economic Development (DED) honored the City of Blue Hill (pop.941) as the agency’s newest Leadership Certified Community (LCC). DED Business Development Consultant and LCC Program Director Kelly Gewecke honored local leaders during a special presentation at the city’s monthly board meeting on January 9th.
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) will conduct a public comment period December 22, 2017 through January 5, 2018 to take remarks from citizens and local government officials regarding the Proposed 2016 CAPER for the State of Nebraska (CAPER, also commonly referred to as APR).