The legislation’s focus on sector strategies will allow the City of New York to invest even more in workforce training for high-growth sectors like technology and healthcare, and job placement and training through our Workforce1 Centers. It will also help us expand innovative initiatives like the Tech Talent Pipeline and the New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare (NYACH), which are bringing together government, private foundations, employers, community-based organizations and training providers to ensure all New Yorkers have a fair and equal chance at good paying jobs in the City’s growing tech and healthcare sectors, and that NYC businesses have access to a skilled workforce.
We all want to enjoy our time spent at work. When you think about it, we probably spend more waking time with our coworkers than with our families. Our natural inclination is to work cordially with our colleagues.
So one question that often arises is how friendly one should become with coworkers when starting a new job. Should the friendship go beyond the office?
My name is Anna Litovskaya and I am a mechanical engineering student assigned to work as an intern at KISI Inc. Coming in to work the first day was intimidating because the other interns from BTTIP and I are not the only interns that KISI has. They had interns from various other schools, including engineers from NYU.