Saturday, February 19, 2011

Free Salary Subsidies: Solano County Reimburses 80%

Get Free Salary Subsidies From Solano County. CalWorks Reimburses 80% Of The Salary For Newly Filled Job Openings.  New Solano Employees Must Already Have Qualified For Receiving CalWorks Benefits.

Solano County employers get reimbursed 80% of the salaries when filling new Solano job openings. Solano employers must give at least 20 hours per week. Solano employers can set salaries at up to $16 per hour, dollar amounts over $16 per hour are not reimbursed. Solano employers’ supervisory and Solano training costs must be at least 25% of the Solano employers’ subsidized wage costs. Monies can come from CalWorks and other Solano government job subsidy programs.

Solano Supervisor Mike Reagan, from the Solano Board of Supervisors said, "Local companies want to expand their businesses, create jobs and get our economy moving," Solano Supervisor Mike Reagan also stated, “We want them to do so as well and the Create Jobs program gives them (Solano job seekers) a little extra incentive to add jobs now.”

Industrial level job openings might be one of the ideal employees Solano businesses can go to Solano’s CalWorks for.

Other California counties have their own employment subsidy programs. Solano County employers can get more details via, or 707 553-5173. The Solano job subsidy program applies to all Solano County cities of Benecia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, Vacaville plus Vallejo.

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