Employers Seeking Help Overview

Following is a list of links that will help employers and job seekers find the right match, learn about tax benefits, workplace safety, wage information and much more. Click on the links below to find the information that you are looking for.

Ohio Labor Market Information

Ohio's Labor Market Information site provides the state's employment, labor force and unemployment statistics, occupations and wages, leading economic indicators, workforce trends and many other items of interest to employers and job seekers.

ODJFS

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services has a job matching database on which employers may list their job orders by logging directly into the site. Their job order will be matched against the qualifications indicated by job seekers. The job seekers will be notified of the opening. If they wish, employers may call the OhioMeansJobs Warren County Business Advocate 513-695-2671 to have the job posting listed in the database or complete the job order form request form.

Work Opportunity/WtW Tax Credits Programs

Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) explains the tax benefits employers may derive from hiring targeted individuals.

Department of Development Tax Credit Programs

Ohio's Department of Development provides various tax incentives to employers for participation in economic development programs.

Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation

Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation is your source of information on workplace safety.

Ohio Department of Commerce

The Ohio Department of Commerce provides State wage and hour, minor labor law and prevailing wage information (www.com.state.oh.us/ODOC/laws/default.htm), as well as information on its other valuable services.

Ohio Department of Development

The Ohio Department of Development works with businesses and communities to promote economic opportunities and the prosperity of Ohio's citizens.

The Department of Development's 1st Stop Business Connection

The Department of Development's 1st Stop Business Connection provides information (state level) necessary to help with a new business.

U.S. Department of Labor

The U.S. Department of Labor provides systems for helping to connect people with employment. They maintain wage information, health and benefits information and national labor market information. They provide oversight of federal wage and hour laws.

In addition, they gather labor statistics which can be viewed at http://stats.bls.gov.