Miami Herald | Some South Florida CEOs say they’re still hiring

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Miami Herald | Some South Florida CEOs say they’re still hiring

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CEOs were asked: Is your business yet in a position to begin making new hires? If so, how many do you expect you’ll be able to make before the end of the year? If not, when do you forecast you’ll be able to start bringing workers back in? 

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Because YWCA South Florida’s services are essential in allowing the families and women we serve to work, we’re thankful that many of our employees have been able to maintain their positions through this unprecedented time. Our facilities have been offering child care at a reduced capacity all summer, so various front line and administrative teams have remained steadfast in their services. As soon as schools open full-time following CDC’s guidelines, we plan to have more staff return in phases until we are at full capacity. Simultaneously during this time, we’ll begin to fill new positions to further support our ongoing programs, including staff accountant, lead teachers, mental health specialists, kitchen aids, family support workers and more.

Kerry-Ann Royes, CEO, YWCA South Florida

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