Workforce Development

Promising Practices & Policies
Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies for the 21st Century, a book collaboration among the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Kansas City and the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University, presents new visions for transformative education and workforce development policies and practices from 65 leading scholars and practitioners.

To join the national conversation, use the hashtag #TransformWorkforce.
Regional Policy Forums
In order to increase awareness of promising workforce practices and policies, the New York Fed is collaborating with regional entities across the Second District to organize policy forums. Each forum focuses on a particular theme relevant to workforce practitioners and of interest for that region and includes editors and author from the book, Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies to the 21st Century. The next policy forum is:
  • Fall 2016: Capital Area Policy Forum, Albany, New York
    Details to come.

Past policy forums include:

EXPLORING TRENDS IN THE WORKFORCE
Evolution of Work
Federal Reserve System Board of Governors, Freelancers Union and New York Fed are co-hosting a convening on November 17 on the transformation of the workforce. The discussion will look at the role of technology, shifts in worker arrangements and relationships and the effects of these changes on workforce development strategies.