Workforce Community Solutions
Move the Workforce Forward
Connecting workforce communities together with technology for digital credentials and reporting
Workforce development initiatives require tight collaboration between state agencies, private employers, education and training providers, and community-based organizations. Merit uses consistent digital credentialing to make these partnerships work for job seekers and workforce agencies alike.
Government & Workforce Systems
Merit gives states a consistent way to build and share job seekers’ credentials in concert with employers, educational institutions, training providers, and community-based organizations, while tracking progress and measuring program efficacy.
With Merit, job seekers can easily identify career pathways, complete skills-based training and certifications, and find jobs using secure, shareable digital credentials. Employers can fill open positions faster and with confidence.
Licensing Portability for Military Families
Mutual recognition of professional licenses for military families is the law in most states. Merit makes it much faster and simpler for military spouses and veterans to transfer their license from one state to another and get back to work.
Workforce Partnerships Work Better with Merit
Break Down Silos
Present opportunities for training and employment to qualified talent by connecting data—program qualification criteria, educational credentials, training certificates, and job experience—that resides in multiple systems across the public and private sectors, educational institutions, and NGOs.
Empower Front-line Staff and Talent
With all of their qualifications and learning stored in a single digital wallet, qualified talent can find opportunities faster and securely share credentials with employers. Front-line staff have the visibility they need to better serve both job seekers and employers and are actively involved in the rollout process.
Make Data-driven Decisions
Gain objective reporting on performance outcomes, not just “vanity metrics” like training sessions completed. Measure diverse programs in a consistent way to truly understand what is moving the needle for both employers and talent.