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Event includes State of Employment information for employment seekers and employers in addition to the resources MassHire offers for each.


Join the Greenfield Business Association and MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center’s Lead Business Service Representative Penni Menard, Pioneer Valley Market Maker Jen Droesch and Career Services Counselor Dan Rhayne for a State of Employment Forum on Tuesday, May 24 at 5:30 pm via Zoom.

This MassHire team will explore the impact of COVID-19 on Franklin County’s labor market. They will present key unemployment, industry, and demographic data, and will share strategies to help our local employers recover and build toward a prosperous future for people and businesses in our region.

The GBA is hosting this event as an opportunity for employers in the region, and Greenfield in particular, to meet and get to know the team at MassHire and the resources they provide for our city’s employment community. To register for the event, complete this online form.

In May 23 Recorder:


MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center (MHFHCC), is a dynamic team of workforce professionals who improve employment outcomes for job seekers and employers in our region.

Lead Business Services Representative Penni Menard brings 25 years of private sector expertise to the “Biz Team”, which partners with local employers to customize outreach, hiring and retention strategies.

Through her newly created position, Jen Droesch, has the opportunity to align businesses with ARPA-funded grants, existing training pipelines, and even help develop new training opportunities across the Commonwealth.

Career Services Counselor Dan Rhayne's primary role is in helping job seekers with their employment search, career exploration, and accessing federal workforce training funds. Specializing in labor market information and online learning platforms, he helps people gain understanding of the wealth of workforce development resources and data in order to make more informed career decisions.

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