Special Note to Employers:
OhioMeansJobs-Hancock County provides local companies with the resources they need to fill positions with qualified employees. Below is a list of services OhioMeansJobs-Hancock County provides:
OhioMeansJobs.com, our web-based service, is a free tool that connects local companies with job seekers by attracting and advertising open positions. This site allows employers to post jobs, search resumes, and explore additional federal/local programs.
Labor Market Information:
Labor Market Information can be provided to employers in various formats regarding Hancock County’s employment rates, unemployment rates, wages and earnings, employment projections, job training resources and careers.
On-the-Job Training is a federally funded program that helps employers hire and train individuals for long-term employment. Through this program, employers can receive a reimbursement for a percentage of the full-time trainee’s wage for up to six months.
Incumbent Worker Training:
The purpose of Incumbent Worker Training is to support training projects that will benefit employers in Hancock County by assisting with the skill development of existing employees that have been with their company for six months or more. This work-based and upskilling program is designed to assist employers with averting layoffs, increasing productivity, and keeping their company competitive by promoting company growth. Interested companies can email [email protected] or call (419)429-8081 for more information.
Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC):
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program is a federal tax credit which provides Ohio employers with a tax credit against their federal tax liability for hiring individuals from target groups of disadvantaged job seekers.
During economic downturn, if a closing or downsizing is inevitable, OhioMeansJobs-Hancock County offers on-site information and assistance for unemployment services, retraining opportunities, and job searching assistance for your employees. Additional information on other County, State, and Federal assistance can be provided to the employer and employees.
Customized training is training designed to meet the needs of a specific employer, or group of employers. It can be provided for the introduction of new technologies, or to new production or service procedures, upgrading existing skills, or workplace literacy. Training costs will be shared between the employer and OhioMeansJobs Hancock County.
Recruitment and Employer Screening:
OhioMeansJobs Hancock County can advertise, interview, assess and screen applicants for your open positions within your company or organization. Candidates that would meet your qualifications would then be referred to you. Standard applications are also available for employer use in seeking qualified employment candidates.
We are proud to offer priority of services to U.S. Military Veterans and eligible spouses.
OhioMeansJobs and Economic Development Partner Develop Resources to Help Employers Find Skilled Workers
OhioMeansJobs Hancock is partnering with Findlay-Hancock County Economic Development to help employers find skilled workers for their job openings.
OhioMeansJobs- Hancock offers several free business development resources designed to help