Let's Talk Business: Looking for Employees in Outside Traditional Labor Pools


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As the competition for workers remains fierce, employers are looking outside traditional labor pools. In the Cape/Jackson metro area, there are more open positions than available workers. We are urging employers to look at various non-traditional sources for help. A couple of these methods are gaining support and having some results here and in other areas of the state. Missouri is home to many veterans looking to re-enter the workforce when they complete their service to our country. These workers have a proven work ethic and a variety of valuable skills, training, and specialized education. The Missouri Division of Workforce Development is poised to help employers through the Missouri Job Centers. They offer a program called Show-Me-Heroes On-the-Job-Training. The program will reimburse 50% of the wages of workers for up to one thousand forty hours of OJT. Employers can participate if the position is permanent and full time – at least 32 hours a week and you participate in E-Verify.

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