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Business Development Department/On-the-Job Training

The team and the benefits of our OJT program to local businesses
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Amy Lesmeister

on 26 May 2015

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Transcript of Business Development Department/On-the-Job Training

City of Saint Louis
Francis G. Slay, Mayor

Business Development Department
How can you pass this up???
Bonnie Forker,
Manager
Frank Alaniz
, MO Regional Workforce Liaison
Joel Reinert,
OJT Coordinator
Aki Causevic,
MWA (MO Work Assistance) Business Rep
Ken Riddick,
First Source Business Rep
Your Support Team
Executive Director
Michael Holmes

1520 Market Street, Third Floor | Saint Louis, MO 63103
http://www.stlworks.com
Providing jobs are just
the tip of the iceberg.
...hold on folks, this is a long one...
Jim Sahaida,
ETT (Employment Transition Team)
AND
EO Officer, SLATE Outreach
Jael Lippert,
Part-time Business Liaison (IT Grant)
Amy Lesmeister,
OJT Marketing Specialist
Cheryl Jones,
OJT Navigator
314.589.8000
business
YOUR
This is what our team
can do for
Our Business Representatives are dedicated to providing your company
assistance with recruiting, screening and hiring potential employees.
Business Representatives provide one-on-one services
to connect companies with:
• Writing effective job listings
• Advertising the job opportunities on http://www.jobs.mo.gov
• Accepting applications/resumes on the employers' behalf
• Pre-screening of applicants based on specific hiring criteria
• Assessing applicants on the skills and abilities with
aptitude tests in several areas including math and reading
Business Representatives add the personal touch
in customer service and customize recruitment efforts specific to each company's needs.
Your business could attain on average
$7000.00
in recruitment and training savings!
per person
On-the-Job
Training
St. Louis City Region
St. Louis City Region
It's a business
GROWTH
O P P O R T U N I T Y !
Here's why
2012 to present!
80
local companies
Over
participate in this
On-the-Job Training (OJT)
opportunity in the
St. Louis region, from
Companies
SAVED OVER
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
on over 150 new hires
since July 2012
...that's a LOT of
During a 45 minute to one hour orientation (at your location)
a staff person will go over all the requirements for the opportunity
and the process, and answer any questions.
For now, here is some basic info:
• The position has to be full time, 32 to 40 hours, a week
(not temporary OR contractual)
• Can't be federally funded
• New hire and your business has to be registered
in program BEFORE new hire starts
has placed
71
To date,
SLATE
jobseekers into
full-time employment
through OJT agreements with bioscience
of 60 placements
SURPASSING
THE ORIGINAL GOAL
companies,
Learn more about it...
Learn more about it...
now what
?
?
SO
Have Questions?
Contact Bonnie Forker (314.657.3549) Joel Reinert (314.657.3503)
Amy Lesmeister (314.657.3573)
bforker@stlworks.com
jreinert@stlworks.com
http://www.stlworks.com
SLATE was chosen to be the sole source
for all IKEA recruitment efforts!
(fingers crossed for discounts....)
alesmeister@stlworks.com
MORE IMPORTANTLY
MORE IMPORTANTLY
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