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Add JOBsolutions to your Facebook and Twitter accounts

Posted in Jobseeker News

FINDLAY—JOBsolutions of Hancock County has launched a Facebook page as another form of communicating via social networking. 
The Facebook page will be used to pass along the latest information in happenings related to JOBsolutions such as training opportunities, some job listings and hiring information. 
All job listings can be found by visiting the organization’s website.  JOBsolutions has been utilizing Twitter for more than one year.  By visiting, users can sign up to receive Twitter feeds about new jobs as they are posted. The Twitter feeds relay jobs that have been posted to the JOBSsolutions website for Hancock, Wood and Wyandot counties.

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New Website Launched/Jobseekers & Employers Re-register

Posted in Employer News, Jobseeker News, Uncategorized

We have launched a new look to our website for Ohio Means Jobs Hancock, Wood and Wyandot.    Employer and Jobseeker data has all been transferred to the site.  However, on your first visit you will have to re-register to access that data.
We hope you find it easy to navigate and user-friendly. Thanks for your cooperation.   Please contact our office at 419-429-8083 with any questions.…

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New Videos Allow Jobs Skills Training via JOBsolutions Website

Posted in Jobseeker News

FINDLAY—JOBsolutions of Hancock County has released seven videos offering job seekers tips on how to prepare for a job search and the interview process and how to keep an existing job. The videos can be viewed at on the video library page. Click on the channels section of the video player and then on the training channel to view the videos.
Local experts participated in the video series to offer expertise on a number of topics including resume writing, interviewing, how to make a good first impression and how to keep your existing job. Carolyn Rodenhauser, Hancock County Workforce…

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Garner Transportation Group, JOBsolutions, Owens Community College, & Trainco Work Collaboratively to Train and Hire Truck Drivers

Posted in Employer News, Jobseeker News

Sherri Garner Brumbaugh, President of Garner Transportation Group stated, “The collaborative effort began when Representative Robert Sprague brought together members of the Governor’s Office, the Area 7 Workforce Development Board, and JobsOhio. JOBsolutions, the local workforce development agency met with Garner Transportation Group and then scheduled another meeting with Owens Community College, and Trainco to create a plan for the region. Garner Brumbaugh expressed, “We saw a need for numerous truck drivers, not only in our region, but the entire State of Ohio. This collaboration could work around the State. The first-of-its kind initiative will greatly assist the truck driving…

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Small Businesses Get Helping Hand

Posted in Employer News, Jobseeker News

Jolliff started Jolliff Cleaning Solutions three years ago after he was laid off in the recession.
McKee and his wife, Kathy, opened Muddy River Bicycle Co. in mid-2011.
Today, Jolliff employs two besides himself cleaning carpet, upholstery, tile and grout. Muddy River Bicycle employs eight, selling bikes and accessories and doing repairs.
Much of Findlay’s hope for continued prosperity rests on people like McKee and Jolliff. Small businesses create 80 percent of new jobs nationally. The sobering counter is that only 20 percent of those who start a venture are still in business five years later.
The Findlay-Hancock County Alliance…

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