The Funder Alliance’s strategic plan sets top-level goals that break down its mission into more specific issues where the Funder Alliance can set clear objectives:
Objective 1: Increase employer involvement and investment in work-based learning.
Objective 2: Increase employer investment in incumbent worker training.
Objective 1: Increase the use of shared data systems and alignment around metrics.
Objective 2: Increase systems alignment around career pathways.
Objective 3: Increase employer hiring from the workforce system.
Objective 1: Reduce the incidence of wage theft.
Objective 2: Increase the Number of Pioneer Employers.
Objective 3: Reduce discrimination barriers to entry-level jobs.
Helping employers work together towards shared workforce goals, leading to changes in employer policies, behaviors and budgets.
Empowering workforce agencies, advocates and institutions to build a better regional career pathway system; focused on equity, driven by data, and delivering results for workers, businesses and communities.
Increasing access to quality jobs by supporting worker advocacy and co-investing with businesses in win-win solutions for themselves and their employees.
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