Finding the right people for your workforce is crucial to the success of your business. And that challenge gets tougher as the wave of baby boomer retirements accelerates and a skills gap continues to bedevil many employers. That's why your Chamber is committed to providing resources and tools to help member companies recruit and retain qualified workers. Following are several initiatives to assist you with workforce challenges:
1. OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati - Hamilton County is funded through the federal Workforce Investment Act, and serves as the city/county One Stop Center. The center offers multiple services to employers to help them find qualified workers. The Business Services Staff will help you with posting of job orders, applicant screening and conducting hiring events, among other services.
2. The Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board (SWORWIB) is a 501c3 Ohio chartered nonprofit organization. The SWORWIB implements the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act – WIOA in the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. The board is responsible for developing strategies to engage employers, employees, government, education, organized labor and community-based organizations in a partnership to strengthen and expand the workforce resources of the region for the benefit of all the participants and communities where we live, work and raise our families.
3. The Health Careers Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati helps hospitals staff their entry-level positions through an extensive training program leading to various career pathways.
4. The State of Ohio has an extensive website of employer resources you can reach by going to OhioMeansJobs.com.
Hamilton County Job & Family Services Job Placement Services
222 East Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.