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Workforce West Virginia

Executive Director

West Virginia Association of Rehabilitation Facilities Inc

Executive Director


Executive Director

Office of Employment and Training

Ross Innovative Employment Solutions

Executive Director

LMI Training Institute

Executive Director



Taconic High School

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Mustang Survival, a ...

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Mustang Survival, a Canadian-based company with a factory in Elizabeth, is looking to expand with Wednesday's job fair in Parkersburg and another job fair in Spencer today, said Bill Monterosso, director of Workforce West Virginia.

"This is a good opportunity because they are looking to expand and there are people here looking for jobs," Monterosso said.
Monterosso said the job fairs are a three-part process with applications being filled out, interviews and sewing tests being given all in one day.
Monterosso said the two job fairs are being used by Mustang Survival as a way for the company to get an understanding of the local workforce.


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William Monterosso Executive Director Phone: (304) 444-2400 Email: wmonterosso@wvarf.org

Emails point to concerns over ...

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Emails point to concerns over 'inappropriate behavior' by former BerkshireWorks executive director William Monterosso

Collins' email followed his investigation of the allegations against Monterosso made by the staff he supervised at BerkshireWorks.
In that email to DeAngelo, Collins' investigation revealed a picture of Monterosso that disturbed him to the point he threatened to contact "the State and Feds to file formal sexual harassment charges" if "immediate action is not taken."
As a result, Monterosso was placed on paid leave April 9 and he resigned on May 19. An agreement between the city of Pittsfield and Monterosso let him receive financial payment and remain on the position's health insurance plan through July 31.
Meanwhile, a representative of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination last week confirmed "two active cases against William Monterosso and the BerkshireWorks Career Center" filed in September by BerkshireWorks employees.
In early April, the emails reveal, BerkshireWorks employees told Collins that Monterosso had slapped their bottoms, gave unwanted back rubs, used copious profanity "in front of persons [Monterosso] did not know," and publicly made sexist comments in a period spanning "the past few weeks."
Monterosso, 49 at the time, had occupied the position for less than three months before allegations surfaced, causing the city to place him on paid leave starting April 9.
A Pittsfield native, 1982 Taconic High School graduate and ex-Marine with prior workforce development experience as executive director with the Office of Employment and Training in Kentucky and earlier in West Virginia, Monterosso ended his brief stint at the head of BerkshireWorks when he resigned on May 19.
In the meantime, rumors flew and Pittsfield officials kept mum.
Throughout the ordeal, Pittsfield Mayor Daniel L. Bianchi, who appointed Monterosso to the job in late January, declined comment on the situation, deeming it "a personnel matter."
Monterosso succeeded John Barrett III, the former North Adams mayor, who was appointed to the job in 2011 by then-mayor James M. Ruberto.
The emails reveal that multiple investigations took place in April, mostly comprised of interviews with staff of BerkshireWorks' office on 160 North St. in Pittsfield and others who had interacted with Monterosso in the course of his work.
Collins said Monterosso had "called a female employee 'honey' on the phone, so she hung up.
In a later meeting between the two, Monterosso allegedly "touched the hand of the same employee and pulled his chair close to hers, which was observed by several employees."
An ex-employee of the former North Adams Regional Hospital - the alleged incident occurred shortly after the hospital closed in late March - told Collins that Monterosso said to her that "he would never hold up her unemployment but might have to slap her bottom five times."
At a public meeting at the North Adams American Legion concerning the hospital's closing - one primarily attended by women, Monterosso allegedly commented publicly that "the place smelled like tuna" and he "might have a hot flash" because "there was a lot of estrogen in the room."
Dooling agreed to escalate actions against Monterosso in an April 11 email to Suzanne Quersher, director of labor relations for the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, and Alice Sweeney, director of state Department of Career Services.
Earlier, sources say, Monterosso had stormed into BerkshireWorks and confronted employees after he was first notified of his suspension and told to stay away from the office. His suspension apparently did little to alleviate employees' fears of the unraveling situation.
In an April 11 email to Dooling and two days after Monterosso was placed on paid leave, Nash said staff feared Monterosso might again burst into BerkshireWorks' weekly meeting on Friday morning.
"The concern was that [Monterosso] still has a key to the building and access to weapons.
Whoever that person was, sources within the agency said it was not Monterosso.
Shortly thereafter, locksmiths changed the locks on the building and BerkshireWorks invalidated Monterosso's security access.
'Allegations baseless'
Monterosso resigned May 19 after Nuciforo, his attorney, and the city's Personnel Department hammered out an agreement whereby Monterosso would continue to receive pay and health insurance until July 31, nearly 2 ½ months after his resignation.
On Oct. 14, DeAngelo, the city's personnel director, rejected an Eagle public records request asking for "copies of all public records resulting in all investigations into the employment of William Monterosso" on grounds that the "records you are requesting are comprised of witness statements ... that were taken out of the public view and the witnesses told me that they wanted their statements to be confidential."
Monterosso had 15 years of previous experience in the workforce development field. He most recently had served as the executive director of the West Virginia Association of Rehabilitation Facilities. Sources say he has left the area.

William Monterosso, ...

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William Monterosso, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Labor Market Information Training Institute: State LMI Directory

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William Monterosso Executive Director Kentucky Office of Employment and Training

275 East Main Street Frankfort, KY 40621
T: (502) 564-5331 F: (502) 564-7452

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