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Business AfterSchool - Greater Spokane Incorporated

Business AfterSchool is a series of industry week open house events for students grades 8-12, educators, parents, and community organizations that provides on-site awareness of Spokane’s high-demand industries highlighting new technology, research, development, and innovation.  This document contains a list of industry week events for 2014.  It was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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Education and Workforce Handout - Greater Spokane Incorporated

This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.  It describes Greater Spokane Incorporated’s Education & Workforce Program, provides information about how the program can impact businesses, and details the many ways that members can get involved.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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Spokane STEM Handout - Greater Spokane Incorporated

This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.  It provides information about the Spokane STEM program, including its mission, goals, plans, and committee leadership.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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Teaching the Teachers - Greater Spokane Incorporated

This document describes the Teaching the Teachers program, a series of interactive continuing education workshops that allow educators and businesses to have a dialogue on skills, importance of curriculum, and pathways to employment.  It was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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Work 101: High School Internship Program - Greater Spokane Incorporated

This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.  It provides information about Work 101, a unique internship program that gives employers the opportunity to provide junior and senior high school students a meaningful worksite learning experience that builds academic, technical, and worksite skills.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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International Trade Network Kickoff Luncheon Agenda

This agenda is for the chamber's "Breaking Into the Export Market" luncheon, intended to kick off its International Trade Network program. It includes a bio of its featured speaker and lists the chamber's upcoming events. 

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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Fact Sheet #13: Employment Relationship Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

This handout was available at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Your Staff: Here, There and Everywhere!” by Anna Brewer, Director, HR Administrative Compliance, Insperity.  The fact sheet provides general information concerning the meaning of "employment relationship" and the significance of that determination in applying provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Organization: Insperity
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Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

This fact sheet provides general information to help determine whether interns must be paid the minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) for the services that they provide to “for-profit” private sector employers. This handout was available at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Your Staff: Here, There and Everywhere!” by Anna Brewer, Director, HR Administrative Compliance, Insperity.

Organization: Insperity
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Effective Screening for Chamber Executives - Insperity

This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Your Staff: Here, There and Everywhere!” by Anna Brewer, Director, HR Administrative Compliance, Insperity.  It includes examples of criteria for screening chamber executives, such as business acumen, business ethics, managing customer focus, strategic thinking, and visionary leadership.

Organization: Insperity
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Independent Contractor or Employee Brochure

This brochure is an IRS publication which helps to explain the distinction between independent contractors and employees. It defines key terms such as behavioral control, financial control, and relationship of the parties and discusses how worker classification affects how individuals file tax returns and pay federal income tax, social security, and Medicare taxes. This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Your Staff: Here, There and Everywhere!” by Anna Brewer, Director, HR Administrative Compliance, Insperity.

Organization: Insperity
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