Philly Workforce Groups Set for Merger

July 29, 2010 at 6:12 am Leave a comment

The boards of the Philadelphia Workforce Investment Board and the Philadelphia Workforce Development Corp. are on the path to becoming one this fall, say those close to discussions. Plans are to combine the boards under one executive director, said Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO President Patrick Eiding, who sits on the board of PWIB. The change offers to remedy what some have long viewed as a confusing and potentially ineffective system in which PWIB sets the policy for work force development funding, but PWDC controls the money to execute it. Read more: Phila. work force investment groups on path to merger – Philadelphia Business Journal

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