Have you ever heard of the NLx? The acronym is short for the National Labor Exchange, which is a partnership between DirectEmployers and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA).
In this video, NASWA’s Deputy Executive Director, Workforce Development Director talks “unplugged” or off-script about the partnership, what makes it unique and how it benefits employers, job seekers and veterans.
Nearly a year ago, DirectEmployers Association announced an alliance with employment law attorney John C. Fox to provide interpretation and clarify the many misunderstandings related to the new OFCCP regulations for VEVRAA and Section 503. With over 35 years of experience as one of the nation’s premier employment law experts, Fox brings innate knowledge of wage-hour and employment discrimination class actions, discrimination law, OFCCP law and procedure, employment contract disputes and wrongful termination to the Association.
John feels strongly about the value that DirectEmployers provides to federal contractors through its unique partnership with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), compliance solutions, SEO and more. Hear more in this unique unplugged interview:
One of the truly unique aspects of DirectEmployers Association is how we help bridge the gap between OFCCP compliance and recruitment. This is accomplished through technology, services, partnerships and thought leadership, including education and outreach at industry events. DirectEmployers Association Member John Whalin of United Airlines recently participated in a panel discussion at the 78th Annual NASWA Conference to share how he has benefited from the National Labor Exchange (NLx). Check out this video for a brief recap of the session’s highlights:
The National Labor Exchange, often referred to as the NLx, is an unprecedented public-private partnership between DirectEmployers Association (DE) and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA). But what exactly does that mean, and how does it benefit both job seekers and employers? Watch this episode of The Employment Line to learn more: