Finding Employees

There are a number of resources; the California Employment Development Department (EDD) provides employment referral and recruitment services which is a good place to start in finding employees.

The following websites will provide you with the resources necessary:

http://www.edd.ca.gov/Jobs_and_Training/Find_a_Job.htm as well as http://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/

California Employment Development Department

CalJOBS

Through CalJOBS, http://www.caljobs.ca.gov/, the EDD Job Service offers an Internet-based network that links employers with job seekers in California and nationwide.

EDD Job Service’s primary mission of meeting employers’ workforce needs is largely accomplished through CalJOBS. Job Service also provides employers with other services to meet workforce needs:
 

  • Re-employment services for dislocated workers.
  • Labor market information for planning business expansion, relocation, and future hiring. 
  • Focused recruitment for new business ventures or facilities needing a large number of specialized workers in a hurry. 
  • Coordinated workforce preparation services in partnership with local employment and training agencies.

Listing Job Openings

California employers with Internet access can enter their job listings directly into the CalJOBSSM website; otherwise, job announcements can be phoned or faxed in to an EDD Job Service location. Job Service staff at locations closest to the work site will be familiar with local economic conditions.

Employers can have their jobs listed publicly, enabling qualified job seekers to view the job information and apply directly to the company. Employers may also request EDD’s assistance in screening suitable employees from the CalJOBS database. 

For more information on CalJOBSSM:

Employment Development Department/CalJOBSSM
http://www.caljobs.ca.gov/
Toll-free telephone within the United States: (800) 758-0398

For additional information on EDD’s Job Service, visit their web site at:

http://www.edd.ca.gov/Jobs_Training/Find_a_Job.htm,
or contact one of the many local offices listed on the Internet at: http://www.servicelocator.org
To access other information and services for employers, visit the EDD website for employers at: http://www.edd.ca.gov/Payroll_Taxes/default.htm

California’s One-Stop Career Centers

California's One-Stop Career Centers help businesses with recruiting employees, from help with drafting duty statements and job announcements to screening applicants. They can also connect businesses with training resources for employees. Since the centers also help job seekers with job training and placement services, they are an effective connection between businesses and the local workforce.

More information is available online, with links to local centers, at:
http://www.edd.ca.gov/Jobs_and_Training/pubs/osfile.pdf