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41-1543. Application criteria

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

The director of the department of commerce in accordance with the guidelines established by the governor's council on workforce policy shall consider the following before any award of monies pursuant to this article:

1. Training cost per employee.

2. The ability to leverage other job training resources.

3. The quality of jobs resulting from the training proposal, including a requirement that a business receiving monies pursuant to this article pay compensation at least equal to the qualifying wage rate per county that is prescribed for the year in which the award is considered.

4. The use of the local labor force, dislocated workers, the chronically unemployed and other special populations, including the disabled and veterans.

5. The location or expansion of the business in rural or economically depressed areas.

6. The diversity provided to the economy and the promotion of existing and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion.

7. The number of jobs resulting from the training proposal.

8. The ability to expand cluster industries. For purposes of this paragraph, "cluster industries" means concentrations of firms across several industries that share common economic foundation needs.

9. The extent to which the benefit package including health insurance reflects the needs of the employees.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1543

41-1543. Application criteria

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

The director of the department of commerce in accordance with the guidelines established by the governor's council on workforce policy shall consider the following before any award of monies pursuant to this article:

1. Training cost per employee.

2. The ability to leverage other job training resources.

3. The quality of jobs resulting from the training proposal, including a requirement that a business receiving monies pursuant to this article pay compensation at least equal to the qualifying wage rate per county that is prescribed for the year in which the award is considered.

4. The use of the local labor force, dislocated workers, the chronically unemployed and other special populations, including the disabled and veterans.

5. The location or expansion of the business in rural or economically depressed areas.

6. The diversity provided to the economy and the promotion of existing and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion.

7. The number of jobs resulting from the training proposal.

8. The ability to expand cluster industries. For purposes of this paragraph, "cluster industries" means concentrations of firms across several industries that share common economic foundation needs.

9. The extent to which the benefit package including health insurance reflects the needs of the employees.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1543

41-1543. Application criteria

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

The director of the department of commerce in accordance with the guidelines established by the governor's council on workforce policy shall consider the following before any award of monies pursuant to this article:

1. Training cost per employee.

2. The ability to leverage other job training resources.

3. The quality of jobs resulting from the training proposal, including a requirement that a business receiving monies pursuant to this article pay compensation at least equal to the qualifying wage rate per county that is prescribed for the year in which the award is considered.

4. The use of the local labor force, dislocated workers, the chronically unemployed and other special populations, including the disabled and veterans.

5. The location or expansion of the business in rural or economically depressed areas.

6. The diversity provided to the economy and the promotion of existing and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion.

7. The number of jobs resulting from the training proposal.

8. The ability to expand cluster industries. For purposes of this paragraph, "cluster industries" means concentrations of firms across several industries that share common economic foundation needs.

9. The extent to which the benefit package including health insurance reflects the needs of the employees.

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