Employer on-site services
Employers can access a wide variety of FREE services and activities to assist them with recruiting, hiring and other business needs. Here are just some of the ways that we can help you save time and money.
Ohio Means Jobs, a statewide electronic job-matching system, allows employers to post job openings and search online for resumes. You can register and create an employer account by visiting Ohio Means Jobs and then clicking on the "Employer" section.
Employers may also post jobs in Workforce One’s Resource Room where job seekers visit to look for employment and/or training opportunities. To post a job opening, employers can fill out our job order form and email back to Whitney Read , Business Services Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistance with employment applications
Running a “help-wanted” ad in the newspaper? Workforce One will maintain a supply of your company’s employment applications on site so that candidates can apply at our single, convenient location.
Employers are welcome to use our conference rooms and offices to conduct job interviews. Contact us and we would be happy to reserve space for you.
Workforce One has widely-used assessment materials, which measure basic skills, aptitudes, interests, etc. We also have experienced staff who can administer these assessment instruments here or at your company’s location.
Workforce One offers periodic workshops designed to assist the business community. Topics include important workforce issues such as child labor laws, employee retention, overtime regulations, Family Medical Leave Act, immigration laws, Equal Employment Opportunity issues, Workers Compensation and much more.
Labor market information
Employers can use our resources to find answers to important labor market questions, such as:
- Are my company’s wages competitive?
- What jobs are in demand – now and in the future?
- How do unemployment rates affect my business?
- Where can I find qualified candidates for job openings?
Contact us or visit OhioLabor Market Information.
For more information on employer services, contact Whitney Read, Business Services Liaison, at 513-887-3226 or email at email@example.com
We can provide employers with helpful information on how they may offset hiring costs through participation in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) and Welfare-to-Work (WtW) federal income tax credit programs. You can save money on your taxes by hiring job seekers who meet certain targeted group criteria. Contact us or visit www.jfs.ohio.gov/wotc for more information.
Workforce One offers assistance to laid-off employees who have lost or will lose their jobs due to plant closures, downsizing, etc. Staff can provide information about possible training benefits available under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and other opportunities.
For more information on employee services, contact Brittany Lowe, WIA Program Coordinator, at 513-887-3237 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org