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Partner Resources

Tools and resources for one-stop partner programs are located on this page. Additional resources will continuously be updated as they become available.

Workforce System Snapshot

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Internal Workforce Job Board

Omaha Area Workforce Partners Internal Job Board

To have job openings from your organization included, please email



  • Better Business Workshops (third Thursday of each month)
  • Partner Meeting (third Friday of each month) – Email for questions. Join here.
  • EmployOMA Coalition – Sign up for the meeting and the email list here.
  • EmployOMA Business Connectors Meeting – Email to join.
  • Omaha Refugee Task Force Employment Committee – to join email
  • Veteran Task Force – 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2:30pm Virtually. To join email
  • Reentry Task Force – 4th Wednesday of the month at 3:00pm Virtually. To join email

Additional Resources for Program Descriptions

Recruitment and Hiring Tools


EmployOMA assists local job-seekers as a non-profit, collaborative group of workforce agencies in the Omaha area. EmployOMA helps businesses connect with specialists from multiple workforce agencies to promote their latest information about available jobs, upcoming workforce events, and job fairs.

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NEworks – Post Jobs and Find Candidates

Targeted Recruitment Efforts

  • Hiring Events
    • Regular career fairs and hiring events.
    • Onsite Employer Spotlights – This is a hiring event for just your company inside our American Job Center.
  • Veteran and Military targeted recruitment programs
    • Monthly Boots to Fill Hiring Events-This event is focused on Veterans, military spouses and their dependents.
    • For more information, please email

Tax Credits and Other Incentive Programs

Federal Fidelity Bond Program

The Federal Fidelity Bonding Program is a unique hiring tool that provides employers insurance coverage for former offenders during the first six months of employment or job promotion. The Federal Fidelity Bond provides $5,000 of insurance to cover events such as theft, larceny or embezzlement by the employee. Employers receive the Federal Fidelity Bond free-of-charge.

Presentation about the program: Fidelity Bond Grant State-Wide Training_FINAL

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The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a Federal tax credit available to employers for hiring individuals from certain target groups who have faced significant barriers to employment. WOTC joins other workforce programs that incentivize workplace diversity and facilitate access to good jobs for American workers. Employers claim about $1 billion in tax credits each year under the WOTC program. There is no limit on the number of individuals an employer can hire to qualify to claim the tax credit, and there are a few simple steps to follow to apply for WOTC. For more information, please email or

Layoff Aversion and Response

Short-Time Compensation Program

The Short-Time Compensation (STC) program helps prevent layoffs by allowing employers to uniformly reduce affected employees’ hours by 10 to 60 percent while permitting the employees to receive a prorated unemployment benefit. STC helps retain workforce during a temporary slowdown in work. Employees are allowed to receive a partial unemployment benefit to help them offset the loss of income.

Rapid Response

The Rapid Response program helps workers to reestablish employment promptly following a layoff. Our Reemployment Services team works directly with employers to quickly connect workers to resources such as resume and interview preparation, Unemployment Insurance, and education and training opportunities. The program is flexible to meet the needs of each employer and their team.

Trade Adjustment Assistance

Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) is available to assist workers experiencing job loss due to US foreign trade. Loss of employment could be a result of increased imports, a shift in operations to foreign countries or a shift in the supply chain.

Training Assistance and Programs

Registered Apprenticeships for Employers

By working with an employer that values life-long learning, apprentices become invested in improving their skills and in achieving a certificate of completion, a nationally-recognized credential. While combining hands-on skill development with classroom learning, apprentices learn and understand why they do what they do. Apprentices become problem solvers, good team members, and demonstrate better interpersonal skills. On average, apprentices demonstrate better attendance, possess the latest technological skills, and fill the critical need for skilled workers to replace retirees and achieve and maintain a highly productive workforce.

Worker Training Grants
In accordance with Nebraska Revised Statutes § 48-622.02 and 48-622.03, the Nebraska Worker Training and Support Cash Fund may be used to provide training opportunities that:

  • expand the Nebraska workforce by increasing the pool of highly skilled workers in Nebraska.
  • support public and private job training programs designed to train, retrain, or upgrade work skills of existing Nebraska workers of for-profit and not-for-profit businesses.
  • recruit workers to Nebraska; and
  • train new employees of expanding Nebraska businesses.

Employers, labor organizations, or other entities providing an apprenticeship training program may apply for a worker training grant.






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