Blog Author: Daniel Wilkinson

Refugees and Asylees Have the Right to Work: Overcoming Two Key Challenges when Communicating with Employers about Work Authorization

This post follows an earlier blog, Refugees and Asylees Have the Right to Work: Busting Three Myths about Social Security …

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Refugees and Asylees Have the Right to Work: Busting Three Myths about Social Security Delays & Work Authorization

Content in this post was informed by conversations with Senior Trial Attorney Liza Zamd from the U.S. Department of Justice …

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Why Job Development Should Speed Up When Hiring Slows Down

If you’ve worked in employment services for a while, you know that the holidays (late November through early January) are …

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Job Counseling for Career Pathways: Asking the Right Questions

This blog post is adapted from the Switchboard toolkit Job Counseling for Career Pathways. Across the country, there is an increasing …

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A Few Ways to Engage Volunteers in your Employment Program

This blog post was written by Higher Employment Services Technical Assistance and is included as an archived post on the …

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When Serving Highly Skilled Refugees, You Don’t Need to Re-invent the Wheel!

This blog post was written by Higher Employment Services Technical Assistance and is included as an archived post on the …

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Head, Heart, Hands: A Strategy for Employer Conversations

This blog post was written by Higher Employment Services Technical Assistance and is included as an archived post on the …

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5 Mapping Strategies for Employer Outreach

This blog post was written by Higher Employment Services Technical Assistance and is included as an archived post on the …

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7 Tips if You’re New to Job Development

This blog post was written by Higher Employment Services Technical Assistance and is included as an archived post on the …

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