OhioMeansJobs offers businesses . . .
- A source to post your job openings.
- A source to find qualified applicants for your openings.
- Labor market information on employment projections, wage estimates and economic conditions assist you in the development and expansion of your business.
- A place to interview potential employees.
- A place to hold job fairs for mass recruitment.
- Subsidized employment programs and tax creation programs for hiring new employees and upgrading the skills of current employees who meet program requirements.
Employee training seminars
Businesses can use OhioMeansJobs' Computer Lab for employee training and other workforce and development needs...
- Work Stations.
- Laptop and projector for instructor.
- High Speed Internet.
- Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint.
- Other software provided by the employer can be loaded on the computers.
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Following are descriptions of Employer Services and websites available to you (the employer) in the State of Ohio.
OhioMeansJobs - OhioMeansJobs.com powered by Monster.com is a window for employers to look for Ohio-based talent, post job opportunities, and integrate employment events into a single, cost free point of contact.and access Labor Market Information.
Ohio's Labor Market Information - This site provides the State of Ohio reports and data on employment levels, unemployment rates, wages and earnings, employment projections, jobs, training resources, careers, labor and economic indicators.
Ohio's Department of Commerce- This site provides services and information for businesses interacting with the Ohio Department of Commerce. Topics include license and permit criteria, compliance with laws, industrial compliance, labor and worker safety, and more.
Ohio's Wage and Hour Bureau - This site provides information on prevailing wage, minimum wage laws, employment of minors, and labor and employment law.
Ohio's New Hire Reporting Center - Employers can access information on the reporting requirements for individuals who are newly hired, rehired or return to work after a separation of employment.
Ohio's Bureau of Unemployment Compensation Tax - This site provides employers information on unemployment, reporting, taxes and Frequently Asked Questions.
Ohio's Bureau of Worker's Compensation - This is Ohio's official site for Worker's Compensation.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit and Welfare to Work Programs - These programs offer employers credit against their federal tax liability for hiring individuals from nine target groups. These federally-funded programs are administered by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
Following are descriptions of Employer Services and websites available to you (the employer) in the Federal Government.
FirstGov for Employers - This site provides information and resources for employers and businesses on the following topics: starting a business, employer ID numbers, hiring, taxes, wage reporting, safety and health, and other areas.
Bureau of Labor Statistics - This site provides national, state, and local information on inflation, consumer spending, employment and unemployment, wages and earnings, demographics, industries, business costs and other areas
OSHA - This is the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety & Health Administration site.
United States Department of Labor - This is the US Department of Labor's official website.
United States Department of Labor Employer Website - This site provides information on finding job applicants, compliance laws and regulations, wages, workplace resources, pensions, workplace safety and health, and disability resources.
United States Department of Labor Fair Labor Standards Act Website - This site provides information on Fair Labor Standards which set basic minimum wage and overtime pay standards.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - This site provides information on occupations including job descriptions, working conditions, training and education requirements, earnings and employment outlooks.
O*NET Online - This site provides information on occupations including worker characteristics, skill requirements, job descriptions, knowledge required and more.