Between hunting new clients, managing staff, and providing quality control, entrepreneurs often work more than 80 hours a week and are too busy to think about where their company is going. It's called working in the company, and no way to grow. To do better, the entrepreneur has to step back and work on the company. Teaching entrepreneurs to do that is the motivation behind CEO Leadership Forums.
As part of its workforce development efforts in support of the Carrie Meek International Business Park (CMIBP) at the Miami-Opa-locka Airport, the Carrie Meek Foundation recently joined with the Miami Dade College North Campus to host the first job readiness training program orientation session.
An interactive event for road construction contractors, subcontractors, and highway ancillary services providers,
(Miami, FL) – April 20, 2018 -- Miami-Dade County created 12,500 new non-agricultural payroll jobs last month, causing the unemployment rate to remain unchanged from last March at 5.0%. Compared to last month, there was a 0.4 percentage point increase from the unemployment rate at 4.6 percent (not seasonally adjusted). Significant job creation occurred in a majority of local industries, leading the way was a 9.4% increase in the manufacturing sector; 9.0% increase in construction and 6.7% increase in the transportation, warehousing and utilities sector. While unemployment dipped over the past month, there was significant job creation occurring throughout most of the target industries.