NJ Labor Dept aims to help local businesses

A variety of programs by the NJ Labor Department can help employers and employees.


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The NJ Department of Labor focus is to help companies hire and retain qualified employees to meet their business needs. They have a variety of programs to help with your recruiting and growth.

• Skills Partnership: focuses on assisting your existing employees.

• The Opportunity Grant can be used to train multiple new employees.

• The Employer Partnership Grant can be used to train new employees on-the-job.

• Registered apprenticeships and grants for paid internships.

• Something NEW Growing Apprenticeships in Non-Traditional Sectors.

• Federal Bonding for those prospective employees needing a chance.

For event registration visit https://www.123formbuilder.com/form-4726582/regis-w-641d-2q19.



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