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Baker Administration Launches “HireNow” Hiring and Training Employer Grant Program

The Baker Administration launched a new hiring and training employer grant program, “HireNow,” which will help employers quickly hire and train new workers and get more people back to work. The new program provides eligible employers with a $4,000 per employee grant, which can be used to cover training costs or as a signing bonus for new employees.

By providing employers with these flexible funds to facilitate quick hiring, the Administration is focusing on addressing continued hiring challenges faced by employers and increasing labor force participation. Employers can learn more about the program and apply at www.mass.gov/hirenow. Continue reading

Webinars for Older Job Seekers Promoted by Encore Boston Network

Encore Boston Network is seeing growing interest among people over 50 in getting back into the job market or kick-starting their job searches after the 2020 downturn. According to the organization, more businesses are beginning to hire, including workers over 50. In addition, there is continued interest in self-employment and business startups — half of all new businesses are now started by people over 50. Continue reading

Age-Friendly Job Alerts: EOHHS, Springwell, MAPC

Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) – Disability Housing Manager

The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) is seeking a proactive and results-driven professional to serve as the Disability Housing Manager. The selected candidate will assist in identifying and creating housing opportunities for people with disabilities and elders, including those transitioning from institutions to community-living or at risk of institutionalization. The Disability Housing Manager will work collaboratively across EOHHS agencies, and in partnership with the Department of Housing and Community Development and MassHousing to identify and explore housing opportunities for our disabled/elderly populations served. Continue reading