Posts in COVID-19
In case you have not heard, the Texas Workforce Commission is reinstating work search requirements for unemployment insurance claimants. What this means is that effective November 1, 2020, when you request a benefits payment, you will need to certify that you are meeting your required number of work searches each week. Our team at Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area is ready to help you every step of the way!
We are looking for participants to join the National Dislocated Worker Grant Program (NDWG). Through this program you will have access to job opportunities with employers that are working to minimize the impact of COVID-19 in your community.
Take Part in a Webinar to Review the SCORE Small Business Reopening Toolkit, Free Business Mentoring
Join Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area and SCORE for a webinar on August 27, at 1:30 p.m., to review their new Coronavirus Small Business Reopening Checklist, a complete toolkit to ensure that small business owners can reopen successfully while keeping employees and customers safe.
These times call upon us to be adaptable, innovative, understanding of the everyday trials our fellow humans face and above all, courageous. At Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area, we stand ready to help each and every one of you move back into the workforce and build a solid career foundation for you and your family.
Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area In-Center Services Available by Appointment; Updated Menu of Services Offered
Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area is eager to help you in person, and will begin a phased reopening of our career centers and offices across the nine-county region beginning on Monday, June 22, 2020.
The strongest businesses use this time to evaluate their business model and retool to serve a customer base with new needs. It’s why Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area has supported the development of two resources for you.