Labor and training help

by Anne Giesecke
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The investment policy of the Economic Development Administration at the Department of Commerce is to establish sustainable job growth and build durable regional economies. The best click is Program and Funding Opportunities. Regional offices are the best points of contact: They are available at Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Chicago, IL; Denver, CO; Philadelphia, PA; and Seattle, WA. These projects might require a great deal of effort, but in economically distressed areas, these contacts could help.

The Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor (DOL) offers business support. For example, click on Business & Industry to review the Work Opportunity Tax Credit and the Enterprise Zone Incentives. Most states have an Office of Workforce Development, which may be of assistance identifying workers and training opportunities.

Resources from DOL: Solutions for Business

  • Workforce Investment System
  • Government Incentives, Tax Credits and Assistance
  • Workforce and Career Information
  • Workforce Solutions
  • Education and Training

Also, consider the Small Business Administration (SBA) website. The Managing a Business section has solid information in plain English that applies to any size operation.

Resources from SBA: Managing a Business

  • Leading Your Company
  • Growing Your Business
  • Exporting & Importing
  • Running a Business
  • Business Law & Regulations
  • Getting Out
  • Business Guides by Industry
  • Local Resources
  • Forms

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