The Healthcare Biomanufacturing Occupational & Technology Training (HBOTT) program is a grant-funded program designed to allow employers to hire, train, and retain qualified program eligible employees in permanent positions. To participate in this program employers must complete a wage reimbursement application and submit it to FloridaWorks. Successful employers will receive a wage reimbursement award and contract agreement. Private for-profit and private non-profit organizations are eligible to participate in this program. Public agencies and temporary employment placement agencies are not eligible for this program.
The next deadline for employer HBOTT applications is March 14, 2014.
FloridaWorks staff is ready to assist employers, assess applicants and refer the best-qualified candidates to meet the employers’ specifications for OJT positions. Reimbursement of the agreed upon designated percentage of trainee’s wages is a streamlined, simple monthly reporting process for the successful employer.
If you would like assistance or have questions, in Alachua County contact:
For assistance or questions in Bradford County, contact:
This program is funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.
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