OhioMeansJobs Champaign County is here to help you manage your employment and training concerns so you can concentrate on your business.
By posting your job openings at OhioMeansJobs.com, you will reach qualified job seekers in a more expedient manner.
Training for Your Existing Employees
A technologically savvy and properly trained workforce can be the difference between success and failure. Yet the cost of hiring a training company or consulting firm to conduct in-depth skills training for your existing employees is often beyond the resources of many companies.
We assist employers by offering customized training tailored to upgrade skills of existing employees in order to remain competitive. In addition, WIOA funding could supplement the cost of training new employees through On-The-Job Training.
When businesses in Ohio are facing the possibility of layoffs or closings, the state offers a variety of services designed to help businesses avert or manage layoffs and help workers obtain new employment.
When layoffs are unavoidable, the Local Rapid Response Team and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services' Rapid Response Unit provides vital help to both the affected workers and their communities.
Contact OhioMeansJobs Champaign County at (937) 484-1581 to learn more.
Learn how your business can access state income tax credits by hiring qualified individuals.
Job Seeker Self-Service Center
Please call or stop in the OhioMeansJobs Champaign County to access the wide array of resources available to you.
- WIA Application
- Employer Interview Form
- Grant/Scholarship/Financial Aid Agreement
Put your best foot forward with a resume that showcases your strengths. At OhioMeansJobs Champaign County, we're experts at helping prospective employees sharpen their resumes. Contact us or visit our online resume center today.
- Visit OhioMeansJobs Champaign County to use our resume writing software
- Find out about upcoming career workshops
OhioMeansJobs Champaign County offers regular workshops and training sessions to prepare you for your next interview. Visit our online education center to learn more and to find out about other assistance programs available to you.