About Operation: Workforce
Operation: Workforce helps veterans and employers connect within the state. The site allows veterans to create a profile, upload a résumé, search and apply for job openings within the state of Georgia. It also allows Georgia employers to create profiles, post job listings, review job applicants and search the site for qualified candidates. Employers are able to sign a pledge of commitment to give enhanced hiring opportunities to Georgia’s veterans, and veterans are able to find veteran-friendly employers across the state. Operation:Workforce will also allow veterans to translate their military occupational classifications into civilian occupations that best align with their skill set and training.
About the Governor's Office of Workforce Development
The Governor's Office of Workforce Development (GOWD) was created in August 2006 to improve the job training and marketability of Georgia's workforce and drive future economic growth for the state. GOWD was established to implement state workforce development policy as directed by the Governor and to serve as staff to the Georgia Workforce Investment Board. GOWD works with macro-level workforce and employment issues to help Georgia be competitive economically in the southeast, the nation and across the world.
For more information on the Governor’s Office of Workforce Development, please visit http://workforce.georgia.gov.
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