Workforce website set to help you WIN

With a unique combination of facts, contacts, links and success stories, Workforce Information Now (WIN) is a great starting place for meeting talent team challenges in the Sioux Falls area. WIN went live January 30, providing a source of information and inspiration for regional employers and job seekers.


“We’re all looking for innovative ways to build our workforce and attract more talent to our region,” said Dean Dziedzic, interim president of the Sioux Falls Development. “We realized early on that having a single information source connecting news about workforce programs and great ideas that have worked for local business members could be a critical step. That’s where WIN comes in.”


WIN, found at a wide range of information. Readers will find Development Happenings, data on Targeted Populations, a Spotlight on companies that are finding success in attracting new employees and news about state and regional programs like the Build Dakota Scholarships and partnerships achieving great results in communities throughout the Sioux Falls area.


“We’ll be changing and updating WIN on a regular basis,” said Jennifer Tuttle, Workforce Development Manager for the Development Foundation. “We’ve got a lot going on throughout the region that ties to talent attraction and we want people to be able to connect with those resources and keep current with WIN.”


WIN is also available on social media and through email. Opt in for WIN by emailing or check out the Sioux Falls Development Foundation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. For more information on WIN and other workforce development programs, contact Jennifer Tuttle at, visit, or call 605-339-0103.


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