The Business Resource Center at the One-Stop Career Center in New Brunswick provides business solutions to small and mid-size employers. It addresses workforce development requirements associated with small business staff recruitment, development, and training. A secondary role is to help companies and non-profits navigate government agencies, and find information about new business and economic development opportunities, loan programs, incentives, tax credits, grants, child labor laws, general wage and hour information, labor market data, and permitting issues.
The BRC partners with the State Business Action Center, the Economic Development Authority, NJ Talent Networks and other economic development and business development agencies/partners in order to provide an array of other services that may benefit a business.
A detailed description of the services provided at the Business Resource Center is available here.
The BRC also sponsors a variety of business seminars in English and Spanish. Please check our CALENDAR link for current offerings.
The BRC also offers private business consultations at NO COST to businesses. An SBDC consultant is available every Friday morning and at other times by appointment. To ensure that someone will be available to see you, please call 732-745-3006 beforehand to make an appointment.
For more complete information on services and assistance offered to businesses, contact the Business Resource Center at (732) 418-3347.
Business Resource Center Information Request Form (Adobe PDF)
Middlesex County On-the-JobTraining Program (Adobe PDF)
BUSINESS OUTREACH STRATEGY PLAN (Adobe PDF)
NJ STATE RESOURCES
The State of New Jersey also provides helpful information to businesses online at
http://lwd.dol.state.nj.us/labor/employer/employer_svcs_index.html Click on “NJ Business Portal” located at the far right column of the page, at the bottom, for more information on other “premier” services available to businesses.
Employers and entrepreneurs can get information on New Jersey's economy, demographic data, and other "vital statistics" online at www.wnjpin.net. On this site, you can click on Labor Market Information to go directly to the state's data pages.
The New Jersey State Library has created a website that provides assistance to New Jersey residents and businesses during hard economic times. The site has a wide range of useful links that may be of assistance. The site has links and references in the following areas: New Jersey Work Tools; New Jersey Financial Tools; New Jersey Housing Tools; New Jersey Health Tools; New Jersey Parental Tools and Tools for Seniors. The website is: http://gethelp.njlibraries.org
Employers can either enter directly job orders or request that their job opportunities be entered by the BRC into the state job order posting system. A new more robust and improved job posting tool www.Jobs4Jersey.com is now available to employers. This new tool will allow you to create your own business account, enter job orders, search prospective applicants, or monitor who has applied for any job openings you have entered, review the resume and also contact applicants directly.
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