Oakland County Discusses the Labor Situation in Michigan

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November 29, 2021
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Oakland County's Jennifer Llewellyn dives into Oakland County's labor situation.

The pandemic has affected every aspect of our personal lives as well as our business lives. The impact on our available workforce has been unprecedented and significant. What led to this problem? What can we possibly do to restore our workforce? What training is available? Check out this interview with Jennifer Llewellyn, Manager of Workforce Development and Director of Oakland County Michigan Works!, as she gives some insights and advice on this important issue.

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