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    Whether you need information about the regional workforce, connections to resources, or strategies to solve complex workforce problems, Worksystems is available to help. Our expert team has the talent and know-how to meet the specific needs of both businesses and workers. Worksystems...We make it work! Knowledgeable Staff Our diverse and accomplished staff have a proven track record of success in identifiying critical workforce issues and implementing innovative solutions. We know the workforce requirements of business and the local labor pool better than anyone. We are skilled at raising...// Read more
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    The Economic Opportunity Program is a partnership between Worksystems, Prosper Portland and nine area community based organizations that provides training, employment and intensive support services tailored to meet the needs of highly barriered populations. Through our partnership with Central City Concern, we helped Amy get back on her feet. “I started drinking and smoking pot when I was fourteen,” says Portlander Amy Simpson. For twenty-five years, I used marijuana and alcohol. I drank a lot. Toward the end, I became addicted to meth amphetamine. I led a dual life. I was good at deception...// Read more