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Finding Talent & DC Labor Laws | DOES | Entrepreneur Road Map


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The DC Department of Employment Services spoke at the WDCEP's Entrepreneur Road Map's Finding Talent and DC Labor Laws seminar held at Venable (6/11/14).

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Finding Talent & DC Labor Laws | DOES | Entrepreneur Road Map

  1. 1. Taking Care ofTaking Care of BusinessBusiness Employer ServicesEmployer Services Department of Employment Services
  2. 2. Employer Services MissionEmployer Services Mission The mission of the Employer Services is to connect regional employers to qualified District job seekers.
  3. 3. Employer Services
  4. 4. Organization Chart
  5. 5. BSG Account ExecutivesBSG Account Executives BSG Account Executives:  Identify and promote employment opportunities by establishing partnerships with business stakeholders in the District of Columbia.  Integrate employer recruitment with American Job Center Employment Opportunity Specialist teams.  Promote DC Networks registration with employers and job seekers for recruitment hiring activities.  Introduce DOES employer support services at strategic planning sessions.  Conduct Competency Based pre-screening assessments for qualified job seekers.  Offer employers local and federally funded tax incentives, bond insurance and pre-employment training programs.
  6. 6. American Job Center Tiers of Service Tier ITier I Core ServicesCore Services Welcome TeamWelcome Team Customer EnterCustomer Enter American Job CenterAmerican Job Center Tier IITier II Intensive ServicesIntensive Services Career DevelopmentCareer Development TeamTeam Tier IIITier III TrainingTraining Career DevelopmentCareer Development TeamTeam EmploymentEmployment OpportunitiesOpportunities Opportunity TeamOpportunity Team Customer Enters andCustomer Enters and Retains UnsubsidizedRetains Unsubsidized EmploymentEmployment
  7. 7. Supporting EconomicSupporting Economic Growth in the DistrictGrowth in the District Marriott Hotel DC Street Cars / DDOT DC United Washington Nationals Clark/Hunt/Smoot Colonial Parking Dept. of Parks & Rec Hoffman Madison Waterfront Best Buy Giant Food Lime Fresh Harris Teeter Jiffy Lube Towne Park CenterCityDC DCHA BSG account executives have unique expertise conducting employer-specific recruitments, whether on a large or small scale. The following are a few of our current business partners: WMATA Gaylord T.J. Maxx Pepco DowntownDC Target IHOP Walmart
  8. 8. General Business Support Washington DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) DC Chamber of Commerce Regional Business Support Maryland Employment Office Arlington County Employment Center Alexandria Employment and Training Center District of Columbia Government Agencies Office of African Affairs Office of Latino Affairs (OLA) Office of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Affairs Department of Human Services (DHS) DC Public School System (DCPS) Department of Transportation (DDOT) Office of the Mayor (DC Main Streets (DSLBD reStore DC) Department of Small & Local Business Development Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Office of Planning Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) DC Office of Human Resources (DCHR) DC Office on Asian & Pacific Islander Affairs Neighborhood/Community/Faith Based Organizations North Capitol Collaborative Community Development Corporations (CDC’s) Business Improvement Districts (BIDS’s) Goodwill of Greater Washington United Planning Organization (UPO) CSOSA Anacostia Waterfront Initiative Workforce Organization for Regional Collaboration (WORC) Greater Washington Urban League Latin American Youth Center Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANC’s) Amerigroup The Brookland Manor Employment Services /The Young Adults Corp of Washington, DC The BSG works to cultivate and sustain partnerships with community service agencies to provide employment related services to District residents. CommunityCommunity PartnersPartners
  9. 9.  Repeat customers – businesses return to BSG for employment needs year after year.  Stronger ties between businesses, and community organizations and training providers.  As “goodwill ambassadors” we create a favorable impression of doing business with the District government.  Satisfied employers who hire District residents. BSG is so much more than “hiring events.” Our work in the business community yields the following value-added results: ResultsResults
  10. 10. Employer ServicesEmployer Services Taking Care ofTaking Care of BusinessBusiness