Accessing and entering information into CalJOBS allows employers to save time and insure the accuracy of employment needs.
Access to a wide range of skilled applicants
By listing openings on CalJOBS, employers gain access to the largest single pool of applicants in Mono County. Testing and assessment of applicants’ skills and aptitudes are analyzed.
On the job training incentives
When hiring certain qualified candidates through the Career Service Center, you may be reimbursed up to 90% of each new employee’s wages during the time he or she is learning the job. Depending on the complexity of the job and the qualifications of the trainee, this period may last from 4 to 12 weeks.
Tax credits are available to employers who hire certain qualified candidates.
Testing & interviewing facilities
Comfortable conference, presentation, interview, orientation and meeting space is available for employers.
Labor Market Information
Employment Development Department Labor Market Information
Employment by Industry, demographics, wages and other labor market information is available on this Employment Development Department site
Internet Resources for Business
Employers’ Training Resource
Workforce Investment Board
Kern, Inyo and Mono County WIB
HR News Online
Society for Human Resource Management’s useful site for information on HR issues
California Chamber of Commerce
Information about business survival, legislative issues, local chambers and business links
Small Business Administration
Insight on starting, financing or expanding a business, including helpful links to other business sites
Tax Credit Information
Find out how to qualify for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.
Work Opportunity Tax Credit: A Tutorial for Employers This tutorial provides employers with an introduction to WOTC, details on what workers are eligible and other program requirements, and a step-by-step guide on how to apply for the tax credit.