Workforce Solutions in the Resilient Talent Pipeline

Our society is navigating uncertainty in many facets of daily life. One thing is certain: regional workforce ecosystems must retool for the future.

Employment loss is rampant, and the communities and businesses that will thrive are the ones that can build adaptable talent pipelines and upskill and reskill for reemployment.

ACT® Workforce Solutions and ACT® Work Ready Communities are resources to help navigate through the process and develop employment alternatives for short- and long-term success.

Watch this webinar to learn about:
  • Career readiness resources for individuals applicable in different market scenarios
  • Ways in which local workforce and economic developers can meet the needs of their employers
  • Reviewing, analyzing, and aligning critical requirements for skill alignment
  • Employment skills and work training during coronavirus

Ready to take the next step?

We’re ready to help you determine how ACT® Workforce Solutions can benefit your institution. Fill out the form to have a conversation with ACT about implementing the NCRC into your PLA program.


Jenn McMahonJenn McMahon has spent over 15 years in the workforce industry. Her roles have included employing college students, assisting employers in making smart hiring decisions, correctional facilities, business consulting, providing employers ACT’s solutions and customer training, accessibility solutionist, member of government workforce boards and sector councils, statewide trainer for ACT’s Workforce Products, Employability Skills, and Customer Service.

Jenn was an ACT customer for 6 years prior to joining the ACT team nearly 3 years ago. Jenn works connected for ACT from Las Vegas, NV, as a Workforce Solutions Account Manager overseeing 9 states and the Federal Bureau of Prisons partnership.

Jasen JonesJasen Jones joined ACT as a vital member of the Work Ready Communities team in 2017. Prior to working with ACT, Jasen managed the award-winning Southwest Missouri Workforce Development Board. His career also includes work with two local Chambers of Commerce and a seven-year stint in radio broadcasting.

Jasen completed the U.S. Chamber Institute for Organization Management at Colorado College and the Economic Development Institute at the University of Oklahoma. The National Association of Workforce Development Professionals awarded Jasen the Thomas Ahlers System Building Award in 2015. Throughout his career, Jasen has attained numerous state and national awards, along with being a part of prominent case studies for the integration of workforce and economic development.