To be successful in any business, a skilled and flexible workforce is required. To help you hire the right people with the right skills, we can create a “job profile” to define duties and take the guess work out of recruiting, by identifying the skills needed.
How do I get started and how does it work?
For more information regarding Region 4 Workforce Board’s use of WorkKeys, contact Director Capacity Building/Business Consultant Chris Waymire at (765) 807-0883 or by email.
Are you thinking of hiring a new team member?
On-the-Job Training money is available for new hires. There is funding available for partial reimbursement of a new hire’s wages during your training period to offset your training costs. You have the opportunity to train employees your way, with your customized training.
How does it work?
For more information contact your closest WorkOne REACH center.
We encourage employers to be active Business & Professional Exchange (BPE) partners serving the central Indiana job market. The BPE provides business and professional staff and middle- upper-level managers with a forum to develop re-employment strategies and to network with employers and one another on a weekly basis. BPE is a great place to find qualified, experienced professionals to fill white collar position vacancies. The return on your investment can be rewarding – and substantial:
For more information contact: Chris Waymire at 765-807-0883
Indiana Career Connect is the State of Indiana’s NO CHARGE service to match qualified applicants to employers.
As an employer you will have access to:
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal tax credit for employers, to encourage hiring job seekers who traditionally have difficulty finding employment, such as some Hoosier Veteran groups, individuals who have utilized welfare programs, ex-felons, disabled individuals and certain groups of Hoosier youth.
Employers can earn a tax credit of between $1200 and $9600 per employee, depending on the target group of the new employee and the number of hours worked in the first year.
For more information go to the Indiana Dept. of Workforce website.
In order to best serve employers, the WorkOne REACH Centers partner with WorkOne from separate locations, ensuring that employers who choose WorkOne REACH receive the individual attention that they deserve.