NASWANational Association of State Workforce Agencies (formerly ICESA, Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies)
NASWANorth American Short-Wave Association
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Executive director, NASWA, Rich Hobbie, said : 'The publicly-funded workforce system serves nearly two million registered veterans annually, offering access to job openings, training, and employment resources.
The NASWA survey reveals that the most common reasons for waiving the requirement occur when the claimant is attached to an employer and awaiting recall to a previous job with a definite recall date scheduled; is a union hiring-hall member; or is a participant in training approved by the commissioner of the State employment security agency.
A few States responding to the NASWA survey indicated that they had an Eligibility Review Program which ensured a continuous search.
The most common form of assistance cited by respondents to the NASWA survey was that provided in conjunction with workshops offered as part of the Worker Profiling and Reemployment Services (WPRS) process.
Makris, owner of The NASWA Resort in Laconia (founded by her parents), has been a pioneer in New Hampshire Tourism for the past 80 years.
Staff and longtime volunteers gathered at the NASWA Resort on Paugus Bay in Laconia for a beach party, attended by Gov.
Cynthia Makris, proprietor of the NASWA, was a gracious host on a sunny night that reminded attendees of why they live in New Hampshire, both due to the beautiful surroundings and the good work of the cause honored.