Workforce services, like recruiting and screening job applicants, employee training, and organizing job fairs and workshops, are available to California employers at no cost.
Learn more about these services through CalJOBSSM and at America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM (AJCC) locations throughout the state. You can also review our EDD Programs and Services for Employers (DE8126) (PDF) and FAQs for Employers for more information.
Programs and Resources for Employers
Learn how to hire qualified veterans. Find local training options and determine if you are eligible for tax credit incentives for hiring qualified veterans.
- U.S. Department of Labor – Hire a Veteran for Employers
From America’s Heroes At-Work, employers get one-on-one assistance help with posting a job, access to a hiring toolkit, and can create an apprenticeship program.
- USERRA Information
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) from the U.S. Department of Labor.
- WOTC Employer Guide
Receive a federal tax credit for hiring qualified veterans.
The Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker (MSFW) Outreach Program provides a full range of employment services to agricultural employers and migrant, seasonal, or migrant food-processing workers.
Learn more about the program services offered to MSFWs and how we help farmworkers who otherwise would not have access to services through the normal process within the AJCC network.
Employers may, under certain circumstances, bring foreign workers into the United States for permanent or temporary employment. Approval from several government entities is required. However, certain aspects of the approval process are coordinated by us.
For More Information
There are funding resources available to employers. Learn more about the various tax credits and incentives available.
- Tax Credits and Incentives Overview
- Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)
- Employer Information About WOTC
- How to Submit an eWOTC Application
Learn about our Fidelity Bonding Program, which provides bonding services to help reduce employers’ concerns in hiring ex-offenders and at-risk job applicants.