How we'll impact your business:
OhioMeansJobs Wayne County is concerned about your business, your employees, your bottom line, and your success. Whether you are seeking to fill one position or 250, hire entry-level positions or executive staff, our goal is to help you find the right employees easily and quickly.
We develop a personalized recruitment strategy and training supports to help you reduce both time and money spent during the hiring process. OhioMeansJobs Wayne County Employer Services are available through the investment of your tax dollars.
Our Employer Service’s will come to your location, assess your needs, and develop a personalized plan to assist your business with sourcing new talent, as well as, further developing the skills of your current workforce (incumbent worker training).
Job Posting ServicesPost your openings on OhioMeansJobs.com where thousands of job-seekers will view your openings. The job posting process is very simple, please call (330)264-5060 to get started. Our OhioMeansJobs Wayne County Business Representative will post your job opening on OhioMeansJobs.com, feature your job opening on OhioMeansJobs.com/Wayne, and add to the weekly job leads list for additional outreach distribution.
Your time is valuable. Through our partners at OhioMeansJobs Wayne County we will follow up on your job posting, work with you on additional recruiting efforts, and pre-screen candidates so you receive qualified candidates.
Private Interview Rooms
To reduce walk-in traffic at your business location, use our interview rooms for off-site screening and interviewing. Need computer access during your screening? Our OhioMeansJobs Wayne County Business Representative will reserve our computer lab for your needs.
Re-employment Services (Rapid Response)
Rapid Response is a pro-active, flexible, business-focused strategy designed primarily to respond to layoffs and plant closures by quickly coordinating and providing immediate aid and services to businesses and their impacted employees.
We offer employers and impacted employees:
• Coordinated unemployment information
• Priority access to Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act (WIOA) funded training and On-the-Job Training.
• On-site workshops
• Connections to local employers who are hiring candidates with the impacted employees’ skill sets
Our Re-employment Team will assess your impacted worker’s needs and provide the appropriate services, either at your place of business or another convenient location. We will provide impacted workers with individual career counseling, skills assessments, basic skills training, occupational skills training, job search and job placement assistance.
We rate highly on satisfaction surveys completed by both employers and impacted employees.
Unemployment Compensation provides temporary financial assistance that can help impacted employees pay their bills. Unemployment Compensation is provided through Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. To find out additional information on Unemployment Compensation please visit the website at http://jfs.ohio.gov or call 1-877-852-0010.
The Trade Act assist individuals who have become unemployed as a result of increased imports from, or shifts in production to, foreign countries. The goal of the Trade Act is to help trade-affected workers return to suitable employment as quickly as possible. To facilitate this goal, Trade Act certified workers may access a menu of services that include income support, relocation allowances, job search allowances, and a health coverage tax credit. Trade Act participants that require retraining in order to obtain suitable employment may receive occupational training.
OhioMeansJobs.com is Ohio’s online career, employment and educational center. It gives individuals, employers and students free, 24/7 access to many of the same services available at local OhioMeansJobs centers. For employers, the site lists millions of resumes with advanced filtering tools that make it easy to narrow down the search to the most promising candidates.
OhioMeansJobs.com’s analytical tools produce monthly snapshots of the number of online job ads in Ohio, organized by the top employers, industries and occupations. These tools help identify the top job fields, statistical data and key metrics that give individuals and employers relevant information to improve their job searching and hiring processes.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal tax credit available to employers. It is designed to encourage employers to hire individuals from certain target groups. The employer must file an application within 28 days of when the employee starts to work.
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Ohio ranks third in the nation for the number of Registered Apprenticeship programs and fourth nationally for the number of program sponsors. Registered Apprenticeship programs follow an industry-driven training model designed to help employers attract qualified applicants and increase productivity. This model allows businesses to improve the skills of existing employees and quickly boost the productivity of new hires based on national industry standards. For those who want to earn while they learn and acquire qualifications, an apprenticeship program should be considered. Apprenticeships, available in many industries, combine work with structured training and result in nationally recognized skills and experience.
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