Work-based Training Programs for New Employees
On the Job Training (OJT) is a way to offset the training cost of an individual being hired
by a company that does not have all the skills necessary to be proficient in the job. Employers are reimbursed up to 50% of the employee's wages to offset the cost of hiring and training the new employee.
Employees are trained on the actual equipment they will use after the training period. Employers can review the new employee’s skill progress periodically. Employees earn while they learn, allowing them to continue to meet their financial obligations.
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