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Latest Nevada Human Resources Industry Feature
Help Needed! Employment in Nevada
By John Seelmeyer
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2021/06/employment-in-nevada/
Something big is going to happen to employment in Nevada in September. No one is entirely certain what’s going to happen, and experts aren’t certain how it’s going to unfold. One thing everyone agrees on is that it’s going to be big.
Why? September marks the end of supplemental unemployment benefits funded by the federal government as part of its pandemic-recovery packages, and jobless workers will feel more financial pressure to get back to work.
“The floodgates will open when unemployment benefits expire in September 2021, and the currently unemployed will need to get back to work or start looking for work,” said Demont Daniel, who manages the North Las Vegas office of PrideStaff, a staffing agency.
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Nevada Human Resources Industry Information
Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation: DETR’s mission is to provide Nevada’s businesses with access to a qualified workforce and encourage equal employment opportunities.
Nevada JobConnect: Oversees and provides workforce development services to employers and job seekers of Nevada.
Nevada Office of the Labor Commissioner – Employer Information: Answers to frequently asked questions for Nevada employers.
United States Department of Labor: Mission to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States.