Helping the Region’s Workforce Meet the Needs of Employers
WorkSource Atlanta Regional, which is managed by ARC’s Workforce Solutions division, works with businesses, schools and governments to ensure that the region’s workforce meets the needs of today’s employers.
A range of services are offered to employers seeking a skilled workforce, including training and skills development for new and existing employees, assistance with employee recruitment, and data tools that provide important insights into labor market trends.
WorkSource Atlanta Regional serves employers and job seekers in Cherokee, Clayton, Douglas, Fayette, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties.
Programs and Services for Employers
The On-the-Job Training (OJT) program helps employers attract and retain employees who don’t possess the skills needed to perform in a specific position. OJT reimburses between 50 and 90 percent of the employee’s salary during the designated training period, based on size of organization.
Incumbent Worker Training
Incumbent Worker Training may be offered to employers who, after an assessment, are determined to need training for existing employees in order to remain competitive or avert a potential layoff. Classroom or work-based learning may be provided through an educational provider of the employer’s choice.
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The Customized Training program is designed to meet the special requirements of an employer or a group of employers by allowing them to tailor and design work-based skills training. Employers commit to employ individuals who successfully complete completion of the training and may be reimbursed for half the cost of training.
The Workplace Fundamentals program assists employers who are unable to find employees for open, full-time positions. Employers are provided with job candidates who have successfully completed training, mastering basic and personal skills needed for entry-level positions.
WorkSource Atlanta Regional provides recruitment services at no cost, including pre-employment assessment and screening, on-site space for conducting interviews, and tax incentives and credit information.
For more information contact Phyllis Jackson at email@example.com or 470-378-1588.
WorkSource Atlanta Regional offers services through its network of career resource centers designed to help displaced workers return to work as soon as possible. This assistance may include training, job search assistance and resume preparation.
For more information contact Lisa Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 478-378-1617.
Apprenticeships combine classroom studies with extensive on-the-job training under the supervision of journey-level craftspersons or trade professionals. Apprenticeships are typically sponsored by, or in conjunction with, a trade union or industry association. But the model is also used in health care, information technology, advanced manufacturing and other industries.
Information & Research Businesses are better able to make informed choices by accessing the latest labor market information, employment trends and other economic drivers.
WorkSource Atlanta Regional provides services at local Career Resource Centers and the Mobile Career Lab stationed each week at convenient locations throughout the seven-county service area.
To find WorkSource programs elsewhere, visit the Governor’s Office of Workforce Development’s WIOA Career Centers.