Motiva is working with the Texas Work Force Commission, Southeast Texas Workforce Development Board, Lamar State College-Port Arthur, represented work groups, vocational institutions and local school systems to recruit and train qualified members of the workforce to take full advantage of the job opportunities.
What does TWFC stand for?
TWFC stands for Texas Work Force Commission (also seen as TWC)
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- Tourism Works for America (Travel Industry Association of America)
- That's What Friends Are For
- Tribal Watershed Forestry Assistance Program (US Department of Agriculture)
- The World Famous Crawlspace Brothers (band)
- Television without Frontiers Directive (est. 1988; EU)
- Test of Word Finding in Discourse (speech-language pathology)
- The Woodlands Fire Department (Texas)
- This Week for Dinner (website; thisweekfordinner.com)
- Town of Watertown Fire Department (Watertown, NY)
- The Wayne Fontes Experience (blog)
- Texas Women Fly Fishers
- Timber Workers for Forests (Australia)
- Technology Works for Good (Washington, DC metropolitan area)
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Other top contributors to the Fair include the Texas Work Force Commission and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Motiva is working with the Texas Work Force Commission, Southeast Texas Workforce Development Board, Lamar State College - Port Arthur, represented work groups, vocational institutions and local school systems to recruit and train qualified members of the workforce to take full advantage of the job opportunities.
BDM is producing a feasibility study for 9 large agencies (Comptroller of Public Accounts, Employees Retirement System, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas Department of Health, Texas Department of Human Services, Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Work Force Commission, and Texas Youth Commission) that will examine the existing statewide human resource and payroll applications and document the viable alternatives for agencies interested in a human resource and payroll system that would allow the use of client-server technology.