The Wagner-Peyser Act of 1933 established a nationwide system of public employment offices, known as the Employment Service. The act was amended in 1998 to make the Employment Service part of the One-Stop services delivery system. Although the names of the many services centers may be different - Workforce Center, Employment Services, Employment Security Commission, Job Service, or One-Stop Center, etc. - their mission is the same: to assist job seekers in finding jobs and employers in finding qualified workers and, in some areas, to provide job training and related services.
As an integral part of the One Stop delivery system, Wagner-Peyser provides universal access to an integrated array of labor exchange and Workforce Investment Act services so that workers, job seekers and businesses can find the services they need in one stop and frequently under one roof in easy-to-find locations.
Services are delivered in one of three modes including self-service, facilitated self-help services and staff assisted service delivery approaches through Employment and Training's Management Information System or wyomingatwork.com.
None - This program is open to all individuals and business customers at no cost.
Services Available to Individual Customers
- Skill Level Assessment Assistance
- Career Guidance
- Job Search Assistance/Workshops
- Placement Assistance
- Re-Employment Assistance to UI Claimants
- Resume Writing Assistance
- Labor Market Information
Services to Business Customers
Program Funding Year: July 1 - June 30
- Recruitment Assistance
- Referral of Job Seekers to Available Job Openings
- Assistance in Development and filling of Job Orders
- Matching Job Seeker Experience with Job Requirements and Skills
- Organizing and participating in Job Fairs
- Assistance with Employee Training needs
- Job Restructuring and Layoff assistance through Rapid Response services
- Assistance with Hard-to-Fill Job Orders