Program examples include, but are not limited to:
- Laborshed, wage and benefit surveys – Gathering data through surveys that can be used for existing customers, new prospects in regional workforce planning, job training/retraining, recruitment and retention
- Workforce development projects – Labor recruitment initiatives, employer-related recruitment and retention studies or workshops, workforce development brochures, skill and employment needs assessments
Award: Up to 40% of the cost (amount not to exceed $5,000) for an individual community.
Subject to general eligibility requirements.