- Business & Workforce Center
- Business Services
Important Announcement: May 26, 2020
CARES Act Emergency Grant Funding is an opportunity for both nonprofits and small businesses to apply for relief and receive funding to address the COVID-19 emergency in Jefferson County. There are separate applications for small businesses and non-profits and applications are due by midnight on June 9th.
Business Services offers a wide array of opportunities to help businesses of any size reach goals and outcomes. Ranging from specialized hiring events and job fairs to developing current employees, all services are offered at no cost. Business Services also offers a wage subsidy for on-the-job (OJT) training based on high-demand occupations and the availability of qualified candidates.
If you have any questions about any of our business services, please call 303-271-4800 or submit this contact form.
- Talent Recruitment
- Pre-Employment Candidate Evaluations
- Screening and Referral of Qualified Candidates
- Subsidized On-the-Job (OJT) Training
- Wage Analysis
- Reduction in Force
- Customized Services for Employee Transitions
Business and Workforce Center is a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Contact a Business Services representative for more information on other services and opportunities to meet your needs.
Targeted sectors are determined by established, growing and strong industry clusters across Jefferson County. Based on local economic factors, Business Services identified the following targeted sectors:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Health and Wellness
- Software Development
Additionally, the Tri-County Workforce Development Board is exploring other sectors based on the needs of the area and local economy.
The Rapid Response Team serves companies facing corporate restructuring and downsizing with a confidential and cooperative effort between Workforce Services, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and the Unemployment Insurance Program.
Services are designed to benefit employers and employees by providing information about the Dislocated Worker Program and other useful information and assistance with employment-related needs.
Fourteen key industries were identified as critical to Colorado’s economy through the analysis of labor market data and the development of the Governor’s bottom-up, statewide economic development plan, the Colorado Blueprint.
More information about each sector and how to get involved in the industry partnerships is available at: