Sacramento Employment and Training Agency invites you to join us for Hidden Treasures – How Employers Can Profit by Investing in Workers with Disabilities.
With introductory remarks by Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg. Learn about the Work Opportunities Tax Credit (WOTC) and “Dispelling the Myths” about hiring employees with disabilities.
Register by contacting Marsha Mohtes-Chan at [...]
Check out jobs.sacramentoworks.org‘ links to websites that offer a variety of free online learning and training courses that you can use to expand your knowledge and skills. The links are grouped into the following sections: ALISON Online Courses, Workplace Skills, Education (K-12 and College), Business and Technology, Writing and Languages, and Miscellaneous.
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Use our occupation analysis tools at jobs.sacramentoworks.org to see how a specific occupation fares in your area…
Once you know the type of job or career you wish to pursue, your next step is to find information on specific occupations and explore the labor market in your area. These tools will provide you with a wide [...]
Weekly benefit amounts are based upon your previous earnings and are generally 50 percent of the amount you earned while employed, up to a maximum amount. States individually set the minimum and maximum weekly benefit amount, as well as the maximum length of time you are eligible to receive benefits (typically [...]
One Stop Centers are a statewide network of conveniently located centers that each provide employment, education, and training services to both individuals and employers, all in one place. These centers include programs such as Unemployment Insurance, Job Services, Vocational Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Youth services through a partnership with local, state [...]
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) provides outpatient medical services, hospital care, prescription medicines, and other medical supplies to eligible veterans and their families. To receive these benefits, a veteran must generally be enrolled in the VA health system (unless the veteran has a service-connected disability).
Find out if you are eligible for [...]
Below are 4 steps you can follow to discover a new career, assisted by some powerful tools. If you need help in choosing a new career, wish to change careers, or simply want to satisfy your curiosity about other career possibilities, this is the place for you.
Step 1 – Self-Assessment
Identifying your professional [...]
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal income tax credit that can be claimed by employers who hire employees from one of nine targeted groups.
The WOTC can be as much as:
$2,400 for each new adult hire,
$1,200 for each summer youth hire,
$4,800 for each new disabled veteran hire, and
$9,000 for each new long-term Temporary [...]
Career Center services for individuals include job search and placement assistance (including career counseling); labor market information; initial assessment of skills and needs; information about available services; and follow-up services for those who have been placed in jobs.
Core services also include self-access and informational services that may be available in resource [...]
Sacramento Works lets you search for jobs by a radius from your home ZIP code, and by city as well as by county, workforce region, specific metropolitan area or statewide. And the new Quick Search option remembers your search area so you only have to enter it if you want to [...]