America needs a better skill-matching system if workers are to find their footing after the pandemic recedes.
Every day, we are inspired by the essential workers on the frontlines of this pandemic—by their commitment to working despite the risks and their resourcefulness and tremendous talents under duress. The workers manning grocery stores, the janitors sanitizing hospital wards, the warehouse workers fulfilling our online orders – they all share one thing in common: they are a part of America’s low-wage workforce. They are the workers keeping things going for the rest of us—and yet, many of them are financially insecure and lack opportunities for advancement.
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Reallocating $100 million to ensure job security. Adding options for flexible work, training, and expansion of the firm’s dependent-care program. Biweekly virtual family read alongs. A company-wide challenge to make face masks and other personal protection equipment.
In ways big and small, Booz Allen has rallied to support its employees and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The firm is far from done though, and more initiatives will be announced in the days and weeks ahead!
Next week is National Engineers Week, and we want to talk about PNT, or Positioning, navigation, and timing. PNT data powers everything from the smart phone in your pocket to fields as diverse as the military, transportation, communications, and energy sectors. Booz Allen is at the forefront of building PNT solutions and developing the architectures that make PNT systems capable, resilient, and effective when it counts most.
How does PNT keep ships and their data safe? Cybersecurity engineer Edwin Trinh shares highlights from his work—and his career journey with Booz Allen.
According to a 2019 Gartner survey, 37% of companies are now deploying artificial intelligence (AI) in some form. Yet Gartner also estimates that 80% of analytics insights won’t deliver business outcomes through 2022.
San Diego is a hot market. Home to some of the fastest growing tech start-ups, higher salaries and lower unemployment compared to the national average, and a tech labor pool that has surged 10.3% since 2017, San Diego is a place with momentum. In a city that’s on everyone’s radar, Booz Allen continues to distinguish itself.
Following a successful year of philanthropic initiatives and support for organizations throughout the country, The Washington Business Journal recently recognized Booz Allen as one of the top givers in the D.C. area.
“Booz Allen strives to better serve the public and the world in everything we do,” said Stephen Labaton, Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs. “We’re proud to be recognized and look forward to engaging our employees and partners in many more philanthropic initiatives in the future.”
Despite the national unemployment rate of 4%, military spouses have a rate of unemployment more than six times that much—approximately 26%. Booz Allen has teamed up with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program to help military spouses gain meaningful employment around the country.