The North Dakota Unemployment Office provides Job Seekers and Businesses with the resources they need to do their business: search for a job and find suitable workers. You can access the North Dakota Unemployment office by clicking here. However, many are confused by the exact services JobsND.com, the North Dakota Unemployment website, has to offer. This article will provide a brief description of the services available and how you can benefit from them.
The main purpose of the North Dakota employment is to help all unemployed workers get back to work. All the services it provides are in some way geared to assist workers rejoin the workforce. The online section of the ND Unemployment Office for Job Seekers provides five main services for job seekers: 1) Job services, 2) unemployment insurance benefits, 3) Job Seekers Resources, 4) disaster unemployment and help with filing an insurance claim.
The North Dakota Job Services provides job seekers with access to North Dakota’s State Government Portal for employment services. The portal links you to an employment database, helps you create a resume and provides access to training and financial services designed to help you improve your chances of finding a job or even start your own business.
Businesses can use JobsND.com to post a job opening, ask for help with unemployment insurance and other employment issues and file quarterly reports through the UI EASY the ND UI payment system.
This allows businesses a free and useful portal on which to search for suitable employees. It also provides businesses with a guide to job postings and candidate searches, free or inexpensive training for employees, access to registered apprenticeship programs and information on how to apply for Work Opportunity Tax Credits, WOTC.
Businesses who are willing to employ ex-offenders can also qualify for a Federal Bonding Program which grants eligible employers with a $5,000 bond to protect them if an employee steals from the company.
The ND Unemployment office also works as a link to a number of community based resources designed to help unemployed workers find the training and support they need to get back into a job. These resources include the SHARE Network, a resource which links workers with faith-based organizations, businesses, community organizations and businesses willing to provide adult employment and training services.
Another important part of the community resources available to unemployed workers is the ND Veteran Services department. This service is focused on veterans who require help to find employment after leaving military service.
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