Employers: Reopening Your Business and Hiring Employees

At the EDD, we offer valuable no-cost programs, resources, and services to help you reopen your business and hire employees.

Participate in the Work Sharing Program

The Work Sharing Program provides a temporary alternative to layoffs if your business’s production or services have been reduced. With Work Sharing, employees whose hours and wages have been reduced can receive unemployment benefits while keeping their job. This can help you avoid the costs of hiring and training as business conditions improve.

We’ve automated the Work Sharing application and weekly certification process. It’s now faster and easier to take advantage of this valuable program.

Fill Your Job Openings

CalJOBSSM is a no-cost labor exchange system that gives you access to the largest pool of job seekers in California. With CalJOBS, you can:

  • Post unlimited job openings.
  • Use the 24-hour virtual recruiter to find qualified candidates.
  • Contact potential candidates.

Find Employment Services

America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM (AJCC) gives you access to California’s employment services. AJCC staff can help you meet your workforce needs by offering:

  • Focused recruitment campaigns for your business.
  • Facilities and scheduling services to screen and interview applicants.
  • Resume searches to match your job openings.
  • Assistance with job fairs (virtual or in person).
  • Resources to meet your training needs, including on-the-job reimbursement assistance and other subsidies.
  • Seminars on topics like labor market conditions, labor law, personnel issues, payroll tax, Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, and more.

Visit Office Locator for nearly 200 AJCC locations throughout California.

Access Labor Market Information

For data to help expand your business, relocate, hire, and train, visit Labor Market Information for Employers. Here you’ll find up-to-date employment statistics, including wage and salary data, occupational trends, demographic information, and more.

Visit CalJOBS to find a list of labor-market services. To request customized services or data, visit Labor Market Information Customized Data Services.

Additional Resources

Visit Employer Information for a variety of EDD services and programs for employers. You can also review the following:

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