The information provided below describes DEO workforce programs and services.
- Agricultural Services Program
The Agricultural Services program is an outreach and employment program for migrant and seasonal farm workers.
- Alien Labor Certification Program
The Alien Labor Certification program oversees the hiring of foreign workers by employers.
- Career and Professional Education Act of 2007
The Florida Career and Professional Education Act was created to provide a statewide planning partnership between business and education communities, to expand and retain high-value industry, and sustain a vibrant state economy.
- Disability Program Navigator
The Disability Program Navigator initiative helps CareerSource Florida centers improve employability and increase career opportunities available to job seekers with disabilities.
- Displaced Homemaker Program
The Displaced Homemaker program assists program participants in attaining independence and economic security.
- Eligible Training Provider List
The Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) is designed to assist individuals receiving Workforce Investment Act (WIA) services in finding approved training providers for demand occupations, either within their local area or from a statewide list.
- Federal Bonding Program
The Federal Bonding Program is an incentive program that allows employers to hire with limited liability to their business at-risk job applicants.
- The Military Family Employment Advocacy Program
The Military Family Employment Advocacy Program delivers priority workforce services for eligible military family members in the State of Florida.
- Priority Reemployment Planning (PREP) Program
Florida's Priority Reemployment Planning program works with individuals who may exhaust their reemployment assistance benefits and who are unlikely to return to their former profession.
- Reemployment and Emergency Assistance Coordination Team (REACT)
Florida's dislocated worker unit, REACT -- Reemployment and Emergency Assistance Coordination Team, is the state's focal point in dealing with the dislocation of Florida's workers.
- Reemployment Eligibility and Assessment (REA) Program
The Reemployment Eligibility and Assessment program helps reemployment assistance claimants return to work faster, and thus shorten their claim duration.
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program emphasizes work, self-sufficiency, and personal responsibility. Program participants gain valuable skills, training, and work experience in an effort to reach total self-sufficiency.
- Trade Program
This program assists workers who have been laid off or whose jobs have been threatened because of foreign competition.
- Veterans Employment Program
Find information on job referrals, job development, referrals to training and supportive services, case management, labor marker information, resume assistance and more.
This labor exchange program matches individuals who are seeking employment and employers who are in need of workers.
- Welfare Transition Program
The Welfare Transition program helps people go from welfare to work.
- Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is an incentive to private, for profit employers to hire individuals from certain targeted groups.
- Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act
The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) provides protection to workers, their families and communities by requiring employers to provide notification 60 calendar days in advance of plant closings and mass layoffs.
- Workforce Investment Act
The Workforce Investment Act helps individuals find jobs and career planning tools and helps businesses find skilled workers.