Infrastructure, Press Release Hershey, PA – With budget negotiations continuing with the legislature, Governor Tom Wolf outlined his plan to create the strongest workforce in the nation and address critical infrastructure needs across Pennsylvania. The governor spoke to hundreds of steamfitters, pipefitters, sprinkler fitters, plumbers, HVAC service technicians, and welders at the Pennsylvania Pipe Trade Association Conference in Hershey.“Our commonwealth needs more skilled workers with hands-on training for good jobs that offer family-sustaining wages,” said Governor Wolf. “These are exactly the type of jobs that will be in demand as we begin to address the state’s critical infrastructure needs through my Restore Pennsylvania plan. We can invest in worker training and make lasting improvements from our big cities to our rural communities.”The governor has a comprehensive plan to create the highly skilled and competitive workforce that employers need. The proposed Statewide Workforce, Education, and Accountability Program (SWEAP) expands access to early childhood education, increases investments in schools, and collaborates with the private sector to focus job training on in-demand skills. The program builds on the success of the innovative PAsmart initiative launched last year which is expanding science and technology education, apprenticeships and job training.Restore Pennsylvania, funded by the monetization of a commonsense severance tax, will invest $4.5 billion over the next four years to help communities address blight, expand broadband access, mitigate the effects of localized flooding, and expand green infrastructure. The plan has bipartisan support in the legislature.Learn more about Gov. Wolf’s Restore Pennsylvania plan. June 19, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Outlines Workforce Training, Restore Pennsylvania for Pipe Trades Workers
GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile August 25, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Share GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Related Articles Submit The governance of FTSE100 GVC Holdings has today published an ‘H1 2018 Post Close Trading Update’ outlining the firm’s enlarged capacity/performance, having completed the acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral last March.The pro-forma guidance reports ‘positive growth trends’ across its core metrics and KPIs, as the enlarged operator reports a +8% increase in Group NGR during H1 2018.The enlarged FTSE group details ‘accelerated growth’ across its digital verticals which recorded a 22% NGR increase prior to the commencement of World Cup Russia 2018.GVC details that its digital brands have been supported by an ‘improved pipeline of new products and high coverage marketing campaigns’.Digital growth has offset retail declines for the betting group, which reports a -3% NGR across its UK estates, which had been impacted by adverse weather conditions during Q1 2018.Completing Russia 2018 trading, GVC governance details that the ‘tournament as a whole has been a good one for the group, helped by a better than expected gross win margin but also importantly volumes and value of new customer deposits.Updating investors, Kenneth Alexander GVC Holdings Group CEO stated:“I am pleased to report this positive trading update whilst at the same time undertaking the integration of the Ladbrokes Coral business. The strong momentum across the online business has continued and means we are well placed to deliver against our full year expectations.”At present, the FTSE enterprise expects to publish its audited H1 2018 results in this September (date TBC).