Explore shared work and other layoff aversion strategies and discover what you can do if you must let workers go.
The For Small Business webpage helps provide Texas resources and services to help your small business compete in the global economy.
Find information and assistance to start or expand your business in Texas.
Get Help Hiring Qualified Workers and Learn How to Leverage Hiring Incentives
Find resources on the Texas Workforce Commission's Agricultural Services unit, which works with Workforce Solutions offices around the state to help employers in the agricultural industry.
The Earned Income Tax Credit is a federal income tax credit available for working people with low to moderate income. Those who qualify will owe less in taxes and may get cash back.
Learn about Employer Benefits Services and how to access unemployment insurance benefits information, such as electronic correspondence.
Employer Response to Notice of Application for Unemployment Benefits
Extended Benefits (EB) pays additional temporary unemployment benefits to claimants during periods of high unemployment. The claimant must exhaust all regular benefits before receiving EB.
Find resources on how free fidelity bonding services help protect companies and support the hiring of specific people.
Employers can find recruiting and hiring resources pertaining to hiring individuals with disabilities.
Find resources on the Texas Veterans Commission, a state agency that is dedicated to helping veterans. Their Veterans Employment Services (VES) program helps veterans find long-term and meaningful jobs.
The Mass Claims program streamlines the unemployment benefit claims process for employers faced with either temporary or permanent layoffs. Employers can submit basic worker information on behalf of their employees to initiate claims for unemployment benefits
Learn about the requirements when hiring new employees.