One key role of the public workforce system is to help businesses find the qualified workers they need. As a business, you will find an impressive array of screening and referral tools available. Depending on the capabilities and priorities of the local area, the services may include electronic job orders and job fairs, use of private interview space, background checks and customized screening, and regular referrals of qualified candidates.
Many businesses work with One-Stop Career Centers to find diverse candidates-such as youth, older workers, individuals with disabilities, and other untapped sources of workers.
The following are examples of solutions that your business can pursue at One-Stop Career Centers.
Recruitment and Screening:
Recruiting, screening, and referring a variety of job seekers, ranging from entry level workers to highly-skilled professionals
Recruiting full-time, part-time, and seasonal workers
Hosting job fairs and providing office space for on-site screening and interviewing
Providing access to human capital and untapped labor pools
Offering workforce information about wages, employment trends, and national comparison
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Training and Education:
Providing access to training and education
Offering industry-recognized certifications
Developing customized training programs, such as pre-employment training
Connecting to apprenticeships programs with a mix of instruction and on-the-job training.
National Emergency Grants for significant dislocation events to expand service capacity at the state and local levels through time-limited federal funding assistance