Councilmember Silverman Seeks More Information on Yelp Agreement
Posted by Sam Rosen-Amy on August 31, 2017 at 5:30 PM
On Wednesday, Councilmember Silverman, as chair of the Council's Committee on Labor and Workforce Development sent a letter to the District's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, asking for more information on Yelp's plans for hiring and training District residents. Yelp recently announced it will be opening an office in the District, bringing 500 new sales and marketing positions to the city over the next five years.
You can read the letter below (click on the image for the full PDF).
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