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Free Training for Information Technology Job

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock of Lebanon, NH and VIP of Colchester are seeking to fill health care and IT positions through free training programs offered by Vermont HITEC. Supported by Governor Shumlin, funds from Vermont’s Department of Labor and Agency of Commerce will be used to sponsor selected Vermonters in 8 to 10-week no-cost training and education programs. No experience is required to participate and all graduates of the programs will begin full time employment with benefits. To learn more about each program offering, please click on the icons below, or visit www.vthitec.org. For additional questions, please call (802)872-0660.
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Free Training Program for Health Care

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock of Lebanon, NH and VIP of Colchester are seeking to fill health care and IT positions through free training programs offered by Vermont HITEC. Supported by Governor Shumlin, funds from Vermont’s Department of Labor and Agency of Commerce will be used to sponsor selected Vermonters in 8 to 10-week no-cost training and education programs. No experience is required to participate and all graduates of the programs will begin full time employment with benefits. To learn more about each program offering, please click on the icons below, or visit www.vthitec.org. For additional questions, please call (802)872-0660.
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Vermont Unemployment Rate Decreases to 4.2 percent in December

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The Vermont Department of Labor announced today that the seasonally-adjusted statewide unemployment rate for December 2014 was 4.2 percent. This represents a decrease of two-tenths of a percent from the revised November rate (4.4 percent). The equivalent national average was 5.6 percent, which experienced a decrease of two-tenths of a percent from the previous month’s estimate. As of the prior month’s initial data, Vermont’s unemployment rate was tied for tenth lowest in the country. Based on the preliminary 2014 data, the annual average statewide unemployment rate in Vermont for 2014 was 3.9 percent – a decrease of five-tenths of a percent from the 2013 annual data.

Vermont Unemployment Rate Decreases to 4.2 percent in December

Workplace Safety

Attention Vermont Employers: Required Safety Records Poster Available Here

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Attention Vermont Employers:
This is a reminder that as of July 1, 2014, Vermont employers are required under Vermont State law (21 VSA, 691 a), to post a notice advising their employees where they may access and review your company’s safety records.

To assist you with compliance efforts, the Vermont Department of Labor has developed a form that will assist you. This poster is downloadable at Posting of Safety Records [PDF].
For all other required Workplace Posters and available to you please visit: Publications.

MedCoding

New Job Opportunities for Vermonters

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Precyse Solutions is looking for Vermont career-seekers to join its Certified Medical Coder work-at-home team. Supported by Governor Shumlin, funds from Vermont’s Department of Labor and Agency of Commerce will be used to sponsor selected Vermonters in a 10-week no-cost education program. No experience is required and all graduates of the program will start earning $15 per hour with full benefits as a work-at-home certified medical coder apprentice with Precyse. After completion of a one year apprenticeship, potential earnings can increase to $21 per hour, with the potential to earn up to $25 per hour after two years.

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To learn more and participate, please apply online by visiting www.vthitec.org. For additional questions, please call (802)872-0660.