UBS Group Technology is responsible for developing the applications and systems that make UBS one of the leading global financial services firms. With offices in over 50 countries, the technology function understands that a workforce comprised of different backgrounds, cultures and experiences provides the diverse perspectives needed to drive innovation and develop market-differentiating technology solutions to service its global client base. At the same time, UBS is committed to building a talent pipeline that reflects the gender and ethnic diversity of the communities the firm operates in.
Publications & Toolkits
Brookhaven College's industry apprenticeship program leads to specialized training, increased postsecondary credentials, and local business efficiency.
WASHINGTON (October 18, 2012)–A remarkably broad coalition of national education, business, philanthropic and policy groups has come together to create a clear, unified and focused vision for what it means to be career ready.
Professional energy services employer partners with technical college to develop high-tech, credentialed heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) talent pipeline.
Washington, D.C. (September 11, 2012)—In an election season dominated by widespread worry over persistent joblessness and an anemic economic recovery, a new research report documents a promising path for America’s employers and workers.
A Talent Development Solution aggregates many lessons learned from Learn and Earn partnerships. A primary lesson is that Learn and Earn partnerships work. These partnerships serve business interests, enabling employers to build a better-skilled workforce by leveraging the strengths education providers bring to the table. At the same time, these partnerships create valuable opportunities for employees—especially for lowerincome individuals, who often have no choice but to earn a living while they pursue higher education.
A Talent Development Solution: Exploring Business Drivers and Returns in Learn and Earn Partnerships
A Talent Development Solution, provides a summary of research Corporate Voices conducted the past 24 months identifying the practices, characteristics, and returns of innovative, business-led partnerships between employers and education providers.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 25, 2012) — Today, Corporate Voices for Working Families and Working Mother Media announced the thirty recipients of the 2012 Best of Congress Award, celebrating lawmakers from both sides of the aisle and across the country for their leadership in improving the quality of life for working families.
In 2006, Rhode Island’s hospitals were competing with and struggling against each other to hire skilled talent from the surrounding communities. The United Nurses & Allied Professionals/Rhode Island Hospital Health Care Education Trust and Women & Infants Hospital pooled their resources and began a health care employment pathway program to respond to the current and projected health care workforce shortages.
Conference will examine and recommend concrete solutions to skills crisis in science, technology, and related fields