Workforce services can help with hiring needs, training

Luster, Sonia
January 2013
Texas Business Today;First Quarter 2013, p3
The article explores the different programs offered by Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), a state agency charged with overseeing and providing workforce development services, along with the requirements and contact information to be used to find more information about the programs. Among these programs include job posting assistance, hiring incentives and skills funding. The tax credit and incentive programs also include Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) and State of Texas Tax Refund.


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