The following resources are sources for further pursuit of hiring, growing, and developing your company’s workforce.
Detroit-based non-profit organization working to create living-wage jobs through worker-ownership in all its forms. They provide legal help, technical assistance, education and collaboration to individuals interested developing work-owned cooperatives and other community-based enterprises.Supports and connects entrepreneurs, community institutions and resources to develop sustainable, community-based enterprises.Hiring Checklist Indiana University
DESC provided services to over 23,000 jobseekers last program year, and over 1,500 Metro Detroit businesses. Through their partnerships with community-based and faith-based organizations, foundations and many others, they provide job-seekers with a wide range of job-related services. Administers employee wage incentives, provides skills testing, recruiting and screening assistance, and employee training via MichiganWorks.
Focus:Hope is a non-profit organization whose goal is to overcome racism and poverty by providing education and workforce training to underrepresented minorities and others.
Delivers job training, employment coaching, and a variety of services including cleaning, assembly, and asset recovery.
SER Metro-Detroit manages workforce development in Detroit by providing employers with opportunities for job fairs and/or connections to the types of employees that they seek for their businesses. Matches job-seeking individuals with potential jobs.