Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-04-14 09:45:05 –
Oklahoma City () – The Oklahoma Employment Safety Commission states that it is working to bring people back into the workforce in a series of job fairs.
“Providing Oklahoma with the resources needed to re-enter the Oklahoma workforce is a top priority for Oklahoma and the OESC,” said Shelley Zumwalt, OESC Executive Director. “We believe it’s the right time to help connect Oklahoman and employers looking for employment opportunities as the economy continues to improve. This year is a difficult year for businesses. We know it happened and hope that the exemption from the registration fee will make it easier for employers in a wide range of industries to access the event. “
In addition to face-to-face events, OESC will offer virtual options to both employers and attendees throughout May. An online portal is available for employers to post job openings, schedule interviews, and network with attendees.
Jennifer Griggsby, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, said: “Oklahoma continues to seek opportunities to serve both job seekers and employers. The CARES Act received by our state will be used for the benefit of Oklahoma. We are proud to help Oklahoma promote these events to help find a job after a very difficult year. “
Currently, employers in all industries in Oklahoma are accepting registrations. Employers can choose to attend events at one or more of the following locations, as well as virtual job fairs:
- Tulsa Expo Square, May 6-7
- Macalester Expo Center, May 10th
- Enid Stride Bank Center, May 12th
- Lawton Hilton Garden Inn, May 14th
- Oklahoma City Convention Center, May 17-18
- Virtual, May 5-28
Face-to-face job fairs are open to the public from 9 am to 4 pm
Veterans have the opportunity to begin attending each face-to-face event early between 8:30 am and 9:00 am. Applicants attending job fairs meet the requirements for finding a job.
OESC recommends that businesses book spots as soon as capacity is limited.
Employer is one or more Future job fairs online.
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