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  • Workforce Development

    The Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce is your connection to workforce development resources.

    Resources for Employers:

    OhioMeansJobs | Butler County:
    OhioMeansJobs | Butler County is the "one-stop" career center for all of your employment and training needs. OhioMeansJobs | Butler County connects employers with job seekers. 
    Find information about Employer Hiring Incentives - Employee On the Job Training reimbursement program

    Workforce Development Training Programs
    Find out more about the workforce training programs here.
    Find our more about the TechSolve Workforce Training Grant Program for existing workers. 

    City of Hamilton, Ohio
    The City of Hamilton Department of Economic Development offers unique advantages to new or growing businesses. Equipped with a variety of business assistance programs, the City of Hamilton works to support local companies with technical assistance and access to a portfolio of financial programs including competitive utility rates, state and local tax incentives, as well as job training programs.
    The City of Hamilton works closely with regional, state, and federal agencies to combine these programs for the greatest benefit to our companies. Our Economic Development Department team will work with you to tailor everything our great city has to offer to fit the needs of your business.

    Manufacturers Roundtable:
    The Chamber leads a group of area manufacturers who meet monthly to discuss issues that are most directly related to manufacturing. A common theme is workforce development and training workers for the demands of businesses for today and future needs. The Chamber manages a training fund that is available to local businesses for approved training for incumbent workers. We can also connect you to other training sources for your workforce. If you are interested in participating or learning more, contact the Chamber.

    Helping to Solve the "Skills Gap" Problem:
    We continue to hear concerns from businesses related to the topic of finding and keeping qualified workers. One of the specific concerns is that the people applying for jobs don't have the skills necessary to perform the jobs that are available.  We are helping to deal with this problem with Skills Central which is a supportive workforce development initiative sponsored by the Greater Hamilton of Commerce and the Hamilton Community Foundation.  Skills Central services are offered to job-seekers in the Greater Hamilton area and is designed to help individuals get the job skills needed to build a successful future. For more information contact Joel Fink, Coordinator, at 513-863-0800 ext. 33.  If you are an employer, please help us by completing this survey.


    Partners for a Competitive Workforce

    Safety information from Workers' Compensation and Risk Control360°

    Skills Central

    Workforce Investment Board Butler Clermont Warren Counties

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