- finding work;
- transitioning into the workforce;
- building career skills;
- credentialing military experience and training;
- and accessing state and federal veterans services to support veterans, their families and employers.
GDOL offers comprehensive services through their Career Centers and additional services online.
- Career Centers
- Online Services
- Submitting Job Order Requests
- Filing and Paying UI Taxes
- Submitting Work Permit Job Information
- Filing a Partial Claim
- Tax credit incentives to reduce the cost of hiring new employees
- Advertisement of job opening on State web site
- National Labor exchange web site
- Recruitment assistance, including services onsite at businesses or interviewing at one of our career centers
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
- ESGR develops and promotes employer support for Guard and Reserve service by advocating relevant initiatives, recognizing outstanding support, increasing awareness of applicable laws, and resolving conflict between employers and service members.
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The mission of the Department of Veterans Service is to serve the some 774,000-plus veterans residing in Georgia, their dependents and survivors in all matters pertaining to Veterans benefits. The Department’s mission falls into two basic tasks: informing the veterans and their families about veterans’ benefits, and directly assisting and advising veterans and their families in securing the federal and state benefits to which they are entitled.
- How do I obtain a Copy of my DD Form 214?
- How do I get a certified copy of my DD Form 214?
- How Do I obtain the Standard Form 180?
- How do I obtain the Georgia Free Driver’s License Certification for Veterans?
- Who is eligible to receive a Georgia Driver’s License?
- How do I obtain Military Medals from service?
- I have been advised to apply to VA for compensation. What is the compensation and how do I apply?
- I have been told that I should apply for VA benefits because my husband
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