Our Business Services Team is ready to work in partnership with your organization to manage your talent.  Your workforce is your biggest asset and the array of services we can provide, at little to no cost to you, ensures you are recruiting, screening, assessing and training your employees effectively.  Whether you are a new employer to North Carolina, or a well-established business with deep roots, our staff will work closely with you, get to know your unique business scenario so that we can make recommendations and help you create a plan for moving forward.

In addition to helping you find and retain talent, we have staff certified in Economic Modeling who can help you make sense of the latest Labor Market Information for our region and state, and help you understand how your business and industry is being affected.  Timely labor market data and information, along with an explanation of the trends can make a significant difference in the day-to-day operations of your organization.

Business Services can travel to your place of business to consult with you and provide services, and they will also guide you to the wealth of resources available through NCWorks Career Centers, and NCWorks Online. 

For more information contact:

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Crystal Taylor
Business Services Representative for
Regional Partnership Workforce Development Board
245 Shepherd Trail
Aberdeen, NC 28315
C: 910-585-2725
P: 910-944-7697
Email ctaylor@regionalcs.org

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Visit NCWorks Online

Job seekers can search for jobs, create resumes, and find education and training.

This is a no-fee service that allows anyone looking for a job access to thousands of job postings from numerous websites, job-search engines and businesses.  This system was launched by the State of North Carolina in 2013 to replace the existing NCJobConnector, so you’ll need to create a new account if you have not done so already.

Employers can  post job listings, recruit, screen and assess candidates, and search labor market information. Employers can also connect with education and training services that are available to existing and potential employees.