Employers getting ‘skin’ in job training

Part of Rhode Island’s economic future depends on the state’s ability to keep pushing the envelope on job training, and that includes getting employers to keep putting “skin in the game,” according to Gov. Gina M. Raimondo. A prime example, Raimondo said, is the Westerly Education Center, a job-training facility opened in late 2016 with…

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