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Strengthen your business by allowing us to assist with:

  • Building a hiring model
  • Onboarding new talent
  • Developing a mentoring program
  • Succession planning


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  • Recruiting Services

    Our Business Services Department is made up of industry-specific recruiters who are trained to use the same state-of-the-art sourcing techniques used by the nation’s top recruiting firms.

  • Candidate Screening and Interviewing Services

    Our recruiters will screen and match candidates to your requirements, providing you with the most qualified talent.

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Explore opportunities for talent development or advancement:

  • Employed Worker Training

    Employers may request Employer Worker Training (EWT) due to new technologies, new production or service procedures, upgrading to new jobs that require new skills, and/or workplace literacy. A national or industry-recognized Certification or Certificate Reimbursement must result. There is a 50% in-kind match up to a maximum of $2,000 per Trainee.

  • FloridaFlex Grants

    This training program is designed to help relocating or expanding businesses cover training costs for new employees after jobs have been created or retained. Find out if your business is eligible for training expense reimbursement. FloridaFlex Grants are administered by CareerSource Florida, Inc.

  • Incumbent Worker Training

    Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) grant funding provides current employees with additional skills to promote advancement opportunities and employee retention to allow businesses to effectively compete in the global marketplace. The IWT program is administered by CareerSource Florida, Inc.

  • On-the-Job Training

    Learn more about this federally funded program that provides financial reimbursement to employers for hiring, training, and retaining new employees. A portion of a new employee's wages may be reimbursed during the training period.

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The U.S. Department of Labor established the Federal Bonding Program (FBP) in 1966 to provide Fidelity Bonds that guarantee honesty for “at-risk,” hard-to-place job seekers to employers who want to hire them.

Employers receive the bonds free of-charge as an incentive to hire these applicants. The Federal Bonding Program was designed to reimburse the employer for any loss due to employee theft of money or property up to $5,000 during the first six months of a selected individual’s term of employment.

If you are interested in learning more about the Federal Bonding Program:

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