The Employment Service reviews job skills and experiences of applicants and refers those best qualified to employers with positions to fill. It also provides special services to employers with large or unusual job needs. For example, it may set up a special work group to recruit employees for a business or industry starting in a community, or it may use the nationwide network of offices to find workers with particular skills not available locally.
Employers may place their job listings by contacting any Employment Service office or by placing a Job Order with their local Employment Service office. Employment specialists will screen and refer applicants for consideration based on selected job requirements; however, the employer makes the final selection.
Our employment specialists can assist employers with:
- Writing effective job orders and descriptions
- Provide assistance with mass recruitments
- Provide information about employment-related laws
- Conduct on-site visits
Discrimination Is Prohibited
Federal laws and regulations prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability in programs receiving federal financial assistance. If you feel you have been discriminated against, you should immediately contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.