Opportunities for Your Business
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Information Sessions & Events
Chautauqua Works and the WIB offer regular information sessions and events to employers. Previous Information sessions have covered current grant opportunities, OSHA training, and partner services introductions. Events have included job fairs, targeted recruitment efforts, and strategic planning sessions. For a current list of events sponsored by Chautauqua Works and the WIB, check out our Business Event Calendar.
Chautauqua Works provides information and technical assistance on various training grants. For more information on current training grant opportunities, visit Training your Workforce.
Work Experience Site
Are you interested in having a set of extra hands or providing a learning opportunity that will develop the skills of local job seekers? Chautauqua Works and our partners offer a variety of work experience programs that pay the wages of the individual and cover the worker's compensation insurance while he or she is placed at your site. Individuals placed on work experience have experienced barriers to obtaining employment. Barriers can include lack of experience in an occupational area, long-term welfare recipient, at-risk youth, and chronically unemployed. Being a worksite for these programs offers your business a chance to try-out a candidate before hiring, extra hands for tasks, and an opportunity to assist in the development of your local workforce. For more information on work experience programs, contact Katie Geise.
The Federal Bonding Program (FBP) is a means by which the Department of Labor has arranged fidelity bond insurance coverage to be given to employers to guarantee the job honesty of ex-offenders, welfare recipients, those with poor work histories, youth and other high-risk job applicants. All costs are borne by the New York State Department of Labor. In order to be eligible for the FPB, a job seeker must first have the offer of a job. The job must be full-time, 30 hours a week and has to have the expectation of continuing for 6 months. Self-employment is not covered.