In partnership with our 28 Local Workforce Development Boards, Texas established in, all 245 counties, measures to ensure a rapid reentry to employment for UI claimants.
What does LWDB stand for?
LWDB stands for Local Workforce Development Board (various locations)
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- Long Wheel Drive (cars)
- Lost Work Day
- Low-Water Data
- Labor and Workforce Development Agency (California)
- Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (India)
- Lean Weight per Day of Age (beef production)
- Living Will Directive Act of 1994 (Kentucky)
- Local Workforce Development Area (Texas)
- Long Wavelength Demonstration Array (astrophysics)
- Land Warfare Data Base
- Lake Wildwood Duplicate Bridge Club
- Leisure World Duplicate Bridge Club (Seal Beach, CA)
- LiveWhale Developer Conference
- London West District Council (UK Cycling Time Trials)
- Lost Work Day Case
- Lost World Designs, Co. (Stow, MA)
- Lake Worth Drainage District (Florida)
- Largest Weighted Delay First
- Lattice Wave Digital Filter (electronics)
- Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering
Samples in periodicals archive:
Orion Township has proposed a local abatement valued at approximately $70,000, and the city of Saginaw will provide assistance through the local Workforce Development Board.
Polk Works, the local workforce development board, received $397,000 in federal Workforce Investment Act grant money through Florida's BEST (Business Employment and Solutions Training) program.
Her work for the Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board has made her vividly aware of the area's need for well-paying blue-collar jobs.
The measure places accountability at the local level by requiring the establishment of local workforce development boards appointed by local elected officials under the guidance of governors.