Look below for a list of recruiting resources. Click on the headings for more information, or visit one of our WorkSource Oregon centers where we have knowledgable staff that can assist you and recommend relevant services for your business needs. Come see us today! WorkSource Oregon Center Locations
Why spend hundreds of dollars on advertising when you can reach thousands of skilled workers at no additional cost?* Listing a job opening through WorkSource Oregon is like getting a pre-paid classified. Your job listing will appear in our premiere online recruiting tool, iMatchSkills, as well as the www.Employment.Oregon.gov website and through our WorkSource Oregon job listing Twitter feeds. People looking for work can access your listings 24/7 and apply directly to you by following your instructions. Interested in attracting workers nationwide to your Oregon business? We also offer the ability to have your job posting listed in America's Job Bank, the national jobs website.
Sometimes you need extra attention to fill your job openings. WorkSource Oregon's specialized personnel offer additional resources to make your recruitment successful. Account Representatives give you a single point of contact. They can tour your worksite to fully understand your job requirements, write your job listings, gather résumés, arrange appointments with qualified workers and offer space for interviews. A professional economist can also provide a full wage analysis for your business. You select the customized service options that will best serve your needs. Contact your local WorkSource Oregon center and ask to speak to one of our Business and Employment Representatives.
*Basic, Enhanced and Customized Services are funded through employer payroll taxes.
The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) is a valuable, portable certificate that verifies three foundational skills: Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information and Locating Information. The NCRC is used by thousands of employers, employees and job applicants as a uniform measure of key workplace skills. It helps job applicants stand out from the crowd, and assures employers that applicants have the foundational skills needed to be successful on the job.
Thousands of highly-trained and qualified military veterans are rotating back into the civilian labor pool. The Oregon Employment Department works with employers who want to hire the best trained workforce in the country. Contact one of your local Business Employment Reps to find out more.
Interested in developing or enhancing a veterans hiring initiative for your company but don't know where to begin? This toolkit can help. The U.S. Department of Labor recognizes that employers can sometimes find it difficult to navigate the plethora of veterans hiring resources available to them. This toolkit was developed to simplify the process and serves to pinpoint helpful tools and outline some important steps to take when designing a veterans hiring initiative that works for your particular business.
Employers and workforce development professionals can play a powerful role in the recovery and rehabilitation of returning Service Members with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). To learn more, visit this site where you can find downloadable fact sheets, presentations, training tools and real-life success stories.
ESGR is here to assist employers with any questions you might have regarding USERRA and your rights and responsibilities. Once you've hired a member of the National Guard or Reserve, you may have questions. Visit this site to find tips and an FAQ for employers, an employer resource guide, fact sheets, USERRA trainings and information on how to obtain assistance with USERRA inquiries or mediation.
The Job Accommodation Network is the leading source of free, expert and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues. Trusted consultants provide free consulting services for all employers, regardless of the size of an employer's workforce. One-on-one consultations cover all aspects of job accommodations including the process, ideas, product vendors, resource referrals and ADA compliance assistance.
Visit this page on the Job Accommodation Network's website for more information tax incentive programs that may support your job accommodation needs.
This site provides businesses with up-to-date information, tools and the state and local resources they need to hire people with disabilities and integrate them into their workforce.