The Rework America Alliance is now led by Jobs for the Future (JFF). Alliance tools and resources are shared by JFF to support its North Star goal to help 75 million people facing systemic barriers to advancement move into quality jobs within the next 10 years. You can find the latest toolkits at www.jff.org/idea/rework-america-alliance.
Are you tired of sifting through stacks of resumes and struggling to find the right candidates for your open positions? Adopting a skills-first approach to hiring can save you time and ensure you find the perfect fit for your team. To help guide you through this process, we have developed a set of comprehensive Skills-Based Hiring Toolkits. In these eleven carefully curated toolkits, we identified roles that are often open to candidates without a degree and offer opportunities for career advancement.
Each Skills-Based Hiring Toolkit is packed with valuable resources that will help you transform your hiring strategy:
Flexible and Versatile
Our toolkits are designed to be adapted to your unique needs. They can be used as standalone resources or complemented by our Skillful Talent Series training program. This online course offers a concise introduction to the fundamental concepts and practices of skills-based hiring. Whether you’re an HR professional, a hiring manager, or simply interested in adopting a skills-first approach, this training program is perfect for you. Just like all the resources provided by the Rework America Alliance, it’s absolutely free.
Don’t let traditional hiring methods hold you back from finding exceptional talent. Embrace the power of skills-based hiring with our user-friendly toolkits and training program and take the first step toward unlocking a world of potential for your organization.
The Rework America Alliance is working with leading employers and advocacy and civic organizations to help displaced workers, particularly those of color, move into quality, in-demand jobs as the economy rebounds so that we can create a more equitable recovery.
Adopting a skills-based approach to hiring and talent can help employers to strengthen their workforce, through more inclusive practices that can help to build more diverse teams