Employment Security Commission of North Carolina
The Commission’s basic labor exchange services are available to anyone. The unemployment insurance program serves individuals who are involuntarily unemployed. In addition, the Commission offers more intensive services to various targeted groups in special programs (welfare and/or food stamp recipients, dislocated workers, veterans, handicapped workers, the economically disadvantaged, and others).
The Commission operates a labor exchange on a non-fee basis for employers and job seekers and also administers the unemployment insurance program. In addition the Commission is the state’s largest collector and disseminator of labor market information.
The Commission offers a wide variety of other services including programs for welfare recipients, food stamp recipients, dislocated workers, the economically disadvantaged, handicapped workers and offenders. These additional services may include more intensive placement services, on-the-job training, classroom training, job clubs, etc. Also the Commission offers employer technical services to the state’s employers.
Other parties in which organization may be accountable to:
Organization’s objectives for serving the business community:
The Commission’s primary objective is to provide an efficient, statewide, nationally affiliated labor exchange to assist businesses in meeting staffing needs.
The method(s) that objectives are measured:
Various reports generated through the Commission’s management information system and feedback from employers and job seekers.
OTHER KEY CONTACTS
Kathy Lamb, Job Placement Supervisor
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