If you own a business and you haven't heard the words "job skills placement," "on-the-job training," or "subsidized employment," you'll probably be interested to know that these effective employment solutions could help save you time and money.
Mono County Workforce Services administers these State and Federal funded programs which combine wage-paid work, job skills training, and supportive services to help individuals succeed in the workforce.
Workforce Service workers have all or part of their wages subsidized through these programs for a limited period of time. This offers employers a chance to build capacity and try out a new worker with little risk.
This model helps small businesses and non-profits that can't afford to add staff find qualified workers at a reduced cost to increase capacity and productivity.
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Job Skills Placement
On-the-Job Training Program
The program offers financial reimbursement of up to 90% of the employee’s wages during the training period based on the business size.
Training periods can range from weeks to months but may not exceed 6 months. The County will determine the training period based on the employee’s current skills and experience and the complexity of the job.
Subsidized Employment Program
100% wage reimbursement is available for
the first 30 days, up to $3,000.
The remaining 5 months wages are reimbursed
at a flat rate not to exceed actual wages.
Testing & Interviewing Facilities
Other Employer Resources
By listing openings on CalJOBS, employers gain access to a large pool of applicants in Mono County.
Tax credits are available to employers who hire certain qualified candidates.Find out how to qualify for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Click Here
Internet Resources for Business
Employers’ Training Resource
Workforce Investment Board
Kern, Inyo and Mono County WIB
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California Chamber of Commerce
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Small Business Administration
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