August 24, 2020
Workforce Development & COVID-19
Today’s Update

OneWorkSource is working hard to keep you updated daily
with local info on COVID-19 & the workforce.

Check out our website for our daily newsletters and other information to stay informed.

Stay healthy!
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Fall Employment Information for State University of NY Plattsburgh

Return to On-Campus Work Plan
We developed a COVID-19 Return to On-Campus Work Plan to phase in the return of staff over many weeks in a coordinated process. Our plan ensured appropriate social distancing and availability of PPE, as well as the ability to modify work spaces.
Daily, prior to reporting to work, all employees complete a daily health screening form in an electronic or paper format.


Working at Home
To accommodate the needs of our faculty and staff, employees may submit a request to work from a temporary alternate work location

Please contact Human Resource Services at 518-564-5062 with specific questions.
Student Employment

Hiring Changes
In response to COVID-19, the college has implemented steps to reduce spending. These include a new hiring and salary program for reviewing non-teaching positions in advance of recruitment, pausing recruitment and hiring, suspending non-critical purchases, and requiring a requisition for all purchases. More details are online here.
Campus Corona Virus Cases Info Here.
New Job Listing:

Trade schools offer training in high-demand, essential careers

Candace Carlton recently earned a massage therapy license. Unfortunately, the past six months have made it tough to put it to use.

“That doesn’t do too well during a pandemic,” Carlton said.

The prospect of going back to school also is challenging, given that school districts, colleges and education centers all over the country are trying to find a way to bring students back safely.

But when it comes to an educational opportunity with generally smaller class sizes, and a chance to learn skills that can be put to work immediately, Carlton and others have begun looking to the region’s trade and technical schools.

More Info here.
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Webinars: Did you miss a webinar?
You can find them all at the North Country Chamber of Commerce website.
BORDER CROSSING CLOSURE EXTENDED AGAIN

"The COVID-19 pandemic has put cross-border shopping trips and vacations on hold since March, and many American businesses along the border say they miss both the revenue and the familiar Canadian faces."

Info here!
Governor Cuomo issues a daily update on COVID-19, including policy updates, resources, and ways you can help. Sign up here for the latest COVID-19 updates from New York State.