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  • CareerSource

    Flagler Volusia

    BOARD MEETING

    March 2019

  • Welcome and

    Introductions

    Carlos Valderrama

  • Consent Agenda

    Related-Party

    Agreements

    Carlos Valderrama

  • Keantha Moore Maureen Castano

  • WORKFORCE TRENDS

    Apprenticeships – Nationwide employers have hired over

    411,000 apprentices since January 1, 2017.

    Gig Economy – 55 million people in U.S. are “gig”

    workers, more than 35% of the U.S. workforce and that

    number is projected to increase to 43% by 2020.

    Soft Skills – According to a 2018 Workplace Learning

    Report by LinkedIn, employers have identified soft skills as their top training priority.

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  • WORKFORCE TRENDS

    Apprenticeships – Nationwide employers have hired over

    411,000 apprentices since January 1, 2017.

    Gig Economy – 55 million people in U.S. are “gig”

    workers, more than 35% of the U.S. workforce and that

    number is projected to increase to 43% by 2020.

    Soft Skills – According to a 2018 Workplace Learning

    Report by LinkedIn, employers have identified soft skills as their top training priority.

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  • Traditional Work Arrangements

    - Full or part-time wage and salary workers

    - Self-employed/non-employers in own incorporated business

    Non-Traditional Work Arrangements

    - Independent contractors - Seasonal workers

    - Temporary agency workers - On-call or contract workers

    - Unpaid family workers

    Alternative Work

    Arrangements

    What is the gig economy?

  • 17,972 self-employed in our MSA

    Construction Other services Administrative and support and waste management and remediation Professional, scientific, and technical services Health care and social assistance

  • 17,972 self-employed in our MSA

    Construction Other services Administrative and support and waste management and remediation Professional, scientific, and technical services Health care and social assistance

    Management Sales Construction Personal Care and Service Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance

  • How many gig workers are there?

    • National private estimates suggest 30-40% of workers participate in gig employment

    • National public labor markets estimates suggest 10% of workers hold alternative work arrangements

    • Industries with project-based or task-based work are more likely to employ gig workers

    • Florida may be more likely to have relatively more gig workers than the national average

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  • Why choose gig employment?

    • Flexibility o Preference, by choice or necessity, for flexible work hours, locations, or tasks

    • Independence o Preference for self-directed or short-term work

    • Variety o Interest in project-based work, varying assignments, or non-career opportunities

    • Necessity o Traditional employment options may be limited

    o Supplemental income may be necessary

    • Interest o Sense of fulfillment or expression of ‘hobby’ skills and interests

  • What are some types of gig workers?

    The Subscriber – Full-time work. Single income source. Likely high skilled. Professional, technical, or creative

    services occupations. Gig worker by choice.

    The Reluctant – Part-time work. Single or additional income source. High, middle, or low skills. Gig worker out of necessity.

    The Alternative – Full or part-time work. Single income source. Professional services, transportation, or other occupations. Gig worker out of necessity.

    The Supplementer – Part-time work. Additional income source. Professional services, transportation, and other occupations. Gig worker by choice.

    The Retiree – Part-time work. Additional income source. Professional, transportation, and other occupations. Gig worker by choice or from necessity.

    The Enthusiast – Full or part-time work. Additional or no income source. Professional, technical, or creative services, goods-producing, non-profit, and other occupations. Gig worker by choice.

  • our role today

  • Tom Hellman

    President

  • Supporting the Full Cycle of Business Development

    From Business Plans to Exit Strategy

    For The Life of Your

    Business:

  • • Free, Confidential Business Advice

    • One-on-one Mentoring in Person & Online.

    • Workshops, Seminars & Events.

    • Business Tools & Templates at www.score.org.

    What is SCORE ?

    is America’s small business resource

    SCORE is a non-profit resource partner of the

    United States Small Business Administration

    http://www.score.org/

  • National Performance and Impact-2018

    Over 32,000 New businesses started (one every

    16 minutes)

    Over 103,000 Non-Owner jobs created (one

    every 5 minutes)

    Client Base: 61% were woman

    36% were minorities

    11% were veterans

  • Why Use SCORE

    Our client success is our success. 1 out of every 4 clients SCORE serves ultimately starts a new business. For each existing business we serve, nearly 1 job is created, they grow faster than other businesses, and they are more likely (twice as likely) to stay in business after their first year.

    Our success comes from our clients success!

  • Local 2019 YTD Performance

    Parameter National District Volusia/Flagler

    Total Mentoring Services -4.0% 9.5% 40%

    Total Local Workshop Attendees -7.6% 1.0% 45%

    Total Services -0.5% 2.5% 43%

    One and Done 63% 68% 64%

    In Business 41% 39% 44%

    NPS 86 87 97

  • Impact on a Local Community

    New Businesses

    Started

    Non-Owner Jobs

    Created

    Total Chapter

    Services

    Percentage of SCORE Clients in Business: 33%

    Percentage of SCORE Clients that Grew Their Business: 62%

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    2.911 (Total mentoring sessions provided + total workshop attendees)

    Volusia/Flagler SCORE 2018 Results

  • Maintaining Relevance During Change

    National Initiatives around “One SCORE” strategy

    *Streamline administrative processes

    *Attract a “new breed” of mentors

    Local Initiatives

    *More flexible mentoring opportunities both for

    clients and mentors.

    *Update and improve Workshops

  • Preparing for the Future

    Lessons:

    *Anticipate Change

    *Monitor Change

    *Adapt to Change Quickly

    *Change

    Operative Question: If not now, when?

  • Preparing for the Future

    Thank you for your attention

  • what is (could be) our

    role in the gig economy?

    Board Discussion

  • Carlos Valderrama

    Chairs’ comments

  • board member

    comments

  • highlights

    Charlie Howell Christine Sikora

  • Feb 22, 2019

  • Survey Results

    https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiYjRlNjVhNWEtMTE4NS00NDIyLWI4YzEtYmQyYmZmZDNiN2M4IiwidCI6IjcwM2NkZjIwLTFjOWMtNGUxYS1iMTI1LTY2OTJmMjJkOGIyYiIsImMiOjF9

  • Volusia County Homeless

    Veterans Stand Down

  • Flagler Job Fair

  • Moses Hernandez

    Road to Success Graduate

  • STARS Graduate

    James Anderson

  • President & CEO

    comments

    Robin King

  • Council meetings – May 24th

    Board of Directors – May 23rd

    Hammock Beach Resort, Palm Coast

  • informational items

    performance finance

    goals

  • CareerSource

    Flagler Volusia

    DON’T BE AN ACORN IN A DIXIE CUP

    January 2019