Opportunity - Jobs - Success
• stop struggling to find and retain qualified staff
• get the expert advice to get the most out of incentive programs and tax credits
• learn how to ease employee anxiety when facing a layoff
• and more
If you are planning a closure or layoffs as a result of the coronavirus, you can get help through the Rapid Response program. Rapid Response teams will meet with you to discuss your needs, help avert potential layoffs, and provide immediate on-site services to assist workers facing job losses. please contact the work2future rapid response team.
the California Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act requires covered employers to provide advance notice to employees affected by plant closings and mass layoffs. employers should continue to file a WARN even if you cannot meet the 60-day timeframe due to COVID-19. visit COVID-19: WARN FAQs for information about the WARN Act and the temporary suspension of its 60-day notice requirement.
File notices with the following agencies:
WARN Act Coordinator
Statewide Services Unit
Workforce Services Division
Employment Development Department
722 Capitol Mall, MIC 69/Room 3099
Sacramento, CA 95814
email@example.com [preferred method]
Mayor Matt Mahan
City of San Jose
200 East Santa Clara St, 18th Floor
San Jose, CA 95113
County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors
70 West Hedding St, 10th Floor
San Jose, CA 95110
work2future’s Business Services team assists companies at no cost thanks to federal funding under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act [WIOA].
our employer partners tell us they appreciate our high-touch service and the opportunity to give back to the community by helping a neighbor to start a new chapter in their life.
our Employer Partners include:
Nidaan Systems, Inc.