We’re fortunate to employ top talent. Investing in additional training will take our professional workforce to the next level, to deliver better outcomes for our utility clients.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) December 15, 2015
Questline, Inc. will receive $90,000 in state funds as part of the Ohio Incumbent Worker Training Voucher Program in 2016. The money will be used to provide educational and training opportunities to Questline’s workforce.
“These funds will allow us to further invest in our highly skilled employees; helping grow our expertise in the energy, technology and content delivery space,” said Questline President Dave Reim. “We’re fortunate to employ top talent. Investing in additional training will take our professional workforce to the next level, to deliver better outcomes for our utility clients.”
Questline employs engineers, copywriters, editors, graphic designers, multimedia producers, Dev/Ops professionals, strategic marketers, business developers and account managers.
“As technology evolves, so does the training needed to keep employees current,” said David Goodman, director of the Ohio Development Services Agency. “It’s important that employees across the state have the tools they need to succeed.”
The Ohio Development Services Agency reimburses the employer for up to 50 percent of the eligible training costs. The ultimate goal of this program is twofold: allow employers to retain and grow their existing Ohio workforce and create a statewide workforce that can meet the present and future demands in an ever changing economy.
Questline, a Columbus, Ohio-based company, named one of Inc. 5000’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2015 for the 8th consecutive year, provides engaging digital communications to electric and gas energy utilities.
Questline uses insight and creativity to deliver compelling digital communications to the energy utility industry that enlighten, engage and educate. With 20+ years of experience and 450 client partners, Questline is the nation’s premier creator, aggregator and analyst of energy utility customer communications content and behavioral analytics. Visit http://www.questline.com.