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Post a job, review résumés and recruit potential employees. Learn about current employment programs, available tax credits and hiring incentives. Access other recruiting tools and information, and get to know your labor market.
Establish a new unemployment tax account, file wage reports and pay unemployment tax. Update and review the status of your tax account. Learn about unemployment tax and review tax publications and news. Contact a tax office for assistance.
Find tools to help manage your unemployment benefits claims. You can respond online to unemployment notices and requests for wage verification. Learn more about contesting a chargeback and your rights and responsibilities for unemployment issues. Find out how to file and prepare for an appeal.
Get help protecting the workforce that is key to your business. Find programs to prevent or mitigate layoffs, and discover how we can help if you must let workers go. Learn about shared work plans and our mass claims process.
Explore options for upgrading staff skills, including the Skills Development program, apprenticeship, on-the-job training, literacy education, and other training programs.
Find answers to questions and concerns about compliance with workplace, housing and other discrimination laws. Learn how to respond to complaints. Get help with claims for unpaid wages and compliance with child labor laws.
Get the resources you need to start or expand your business in Texas. Find workforce experts, start-up and business resources, basic federal tax information and more.
Find labor market information for the Texas economy and workforce. Use tools to target your business development and learn more about your industry. Track the future outlook for occupations in Texas. Get current economic news and numbers. Learn from labor market experts about the regional outlook and economic development trends.
Learn about workforce resources specifically designed to help Texas businesses with fewer than 100 employees compete in the global economy.
Explore current bid and grant opportunities with TWC and Texas Workforce Solutions. Learn about vendor registration, procurement practices and the Historically Underutilized Business program.
Find business and employment resources for you and employment support resources for your employees.
Reports, Plans & Publications
Find TWC publications about business and employment topics, including the Especially for Texas Employers handbook, the Solutions news magazine, and more.
Employment Support Resources
Help your employees learn how to overcome some of the life challenges that may affect their ability to work by exploring child care financial help and other dependent-care options, finding local transportation options, finding help with food and housing expenses and other community services.
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