Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker

Delaware Department of Labor Logo

Delaware Department of Labor

 Pages Tagged With: "Employers"

Elevate Delaware

About the Program The program will provide up to $10,000 to individuals for approved non-credit certificate programs provided by the Delaware Workforce Development Board guidance of eligible programs. Payments to support completion of program Basic living expenses Non-credit certificate programs Program Eligibility Individuals are eligible for Elevate Delaware if they are employed by an employer […]

Read More

Be Aware of Unemployment Fraud

Read More

Supported Employment

Supported employment assists individuals with the most significant disabilities obtain and maintain employment in our communities.

Read More

Related Links

The TARGET program was developed to educate, communicate and facilitate the supports that help people with disabilities to go to work.

Read More

Vendor Forms

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) requires that vendors adhere to standard reporting formats for many of the services they provide to DVR customers.

Read More

Contracting with DVR

To meet the needs of their clients, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and Disability Determination Services (DDS) purchase services and maintain contracts with external resources. Services are purchased through formalized contracts that are part of the request for proposal (RFP) process or through open market purchases (non RFP).

Read More

For Employers

Work Opportunity Tax Credit Related Links

Read More

About the Division of Employment & Training

The mission of the Delaware Department of Labor, Division of Employment & Training is ‘to provide services enabling employers and job seekers to make informed employment and training choices leading to employment.’

Read More

Wage Payment

Information on the payment of wages.

Read More

What an Employer Should Know

>The DDOL has authority to receive, initiate and investigate charges of discrimination filed against employers who have a statutory minimum number of employees.

Read More