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Work Experience for Vocational Rehabilitation Job Candidates

In your discussions with your Vocational Rehabilitation representative you might have heard the words "job trials," "work observations or experiences," or maybe even "try before you buy."

As an employer, when was the last time you were able to observe the work performance of a job candidate prior to making any hiring decision?

With Vocational Rehabilitation and its job candidates, it is true--you and your VR representative can arrange for you to observe the job candidate On-the-Job at your business with no obligation on your part. Of course, your VR representative would not make the suggestion to do a "job trial" unless there was confidence that the candidate could indeed do the job. Regardless, we welcome the opportunity to show you.

Your VR representative will have full details on how to arrange a job trial or work observation at your business.

Vocational Rehabilitation Business Professional Services

All necessary information and links and documents needed to work with businesses particularly in work experience programs

Work Opportunities Tax Credit- 2008

Get information and links to all documents needed in order to assist employers in applying for the tax credit including a Powerpoint tutorial.

Vocational Rehabilitation Business Relationship Training

Objectives of Business Development Training sponsored by the Division

If field staff know of other quick-access information that might be helpful in your Business Development Activities, contact us.

Transition Services Information

Transition Services

This section contains information about program, conferences, scholarships and other services that may be of interest to students. Please review the information and pass along to those who may be interested.

 

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