Day laborers are individuals who solicit employment on a daily or temporary basis. They often wait for employment on street corners, in parks or in parking lots of home improvement stores, gardening supply businesses or other large retailers. The Day Laborer Program in the City of Los Angeles is a ... (see full description)

The familysource system has recently completed their first full year of program implementation, providing a comprehensive array of social services to low-income city residents through centers located in the most impoverished areas of the city. FamilySource Centers located throughout the city of Los ... (see full description)

Fire Recruitment Information for persons interested in employment information for the Los Angeles City Fire Department.

Training, Re-Training, and/or Job Placement Initiative: The specialized training includes: Assessment (basic skills, career, and vocational aptitude); Customized training; Employment preparation (resume and interview skills); Job/paid internship placement assistance; Vocational training; On-the-job ... (see full description)

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce partners with Mayor Garcetti, the City of Los Angeles, and the Workforce Investment Board on HIRE LAs Youth, a campaign focused on connecting L.A.s youth to employment opportunities. The LAACC engages and encourages private sector employers to extend ... (see full description)

The City Administrative Officer Personnel Section responds to inquiries regarding full-time and part-time employment verification, payroll information, and current personnel policies and procedures for the Office of the City Administrative Officer.

City Service: Rapid Response Layoff Information Provider: Economic and Workforce Development Department Service Description: Rapid response strategies are triggered when local elected officials receive a Worker Adjustment Retraining Notification (WARN) from an employer advising them of impending ... (see full description)

The Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System, or LACERS, is a department of the City of Los Angeles, established by City Charter in 1937, to provide a retirement benefits to the civilian employees of the City of Los Angeles, representing three-fifths of the Citys workforce. The remaining ... (see full description)

The City of Los Angeles Community Development Department will conduct a summer jobs program designed to help youth build their work readiness skills and earn wages through a work experience opportunity. Basic eligibility requirements are: 14-21 years old Must live in the City of Los Angeles Must ... (see full description)

Job Seekers: WorkSource Centers are designed to connect job seekers with employers. Services include job resource centers with job listings, phone banks, fax machines, Internet access, job referral information, and employment workshops. For individuals who need more intensive services, career ... (see full description)

Youth between the ages 14-21, residents of the City of Los Angeles and income eligible are provided career and educational services and social and recreational activities throughout the City of Los Angeles via youth centers. Other services include: employment/work readiness, career exploration and ... (see full description)

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