Individuals impacted by a layoff, unemployed or just searching for a new job or career can access a variety of services and resources through Oklahoma Works to help navigate the workforce.
Oklahoma Works offers a variety of services to employers, covering recruitment, hiring, retention, employee training, managing layoffs, and more, all at no cost for employers.
It takes numerous partners, agencies and organizations to create a successfull workforce. Learn more about the core partners of Oklahoma Works here.
Find an Oklahoma Works office for in-person assistance.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) helps job seekers access employment, education, training and support services to succeed in the workforce while matching employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy. WIOA is implemented in Oklahoma in strategic coordination with core partner agencies. A panel discussion was recently held to showcase the strengthened collaboration taking place between agencies.
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Workforce Statistics and Data
For the most comprehensive data, reporting and statistics pertaining to the workforce, visit the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission's Labor Market page.
Additionally, annual labor market briefings are prepared for the state and different regions within the state. For statewide briefings, visit OESC's Labor Market Publications page. For the regional briefings, view the Local Workforce Development Boards page.