The Department of Workforce Services provides resources and services to support your employees including underserved families. We invite you to consider these resources as options to assist those in your workforce.
Provide support for families so children have better opportunities for success.
To learn more about Utah’s child care challenges and ideas for business leaders to promote family friendly workplaces, take a look at this resource from the Salt Lake Chamber.
The Office of Child Care is using COVID-19 relief funding to assist employers in developing child care options for their employees. Employer Child Care Startup grants encourage and enable businesses to create and develop on-site or near-site child care centers, or partner with child care providers to increase available slots for their employees’ children. This is a time limited program and employers are encouraged to quickly reach out to the Children’s Service Society while funding is available.
Education and Training
To learn more about these career and education resources and how they can help your business, employees and their families, contact your local Workforce Development Specialist.
Support some of our newest Utahns. Learn about what’s available locally, nationally and internationally. Learn about how to help Utah’s refugees here.
Don’t forget to celebrate the diversity of Utah’s refugees by supporting World Refugee Day on June 16 and 17 at Big Cottonwood Park. Enjoy food trucks, activities for the kids, live entertainment and a global market at this family friendly event.
Together as residents of this great state and stakeholders in its progress, we can resolve pressing issues, invest in future generations and ensure opportunity for all.
Looking to Hire?
Please join us for the next statewide virtual job fair in July. Contact your Workforce Development Specialist to register for a FREE employer booth.
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