Ces participates in the federal government's Work Opportunity Tax Credit program ("WOTC program"). The WOTC program encourages employers like Ces to hire individuals who have experienced certain circumstances that can make it difficult to secure and maintain employment. To receive a tax credit under the WOTC program, Ces must obtain information from job applicants to determine whether they qualify for the program. Therefore, as part of the application process, we would appreciate it if you would complete an online WOTC questionnaire by using the following link:

     Your completion of the online questionnaire is completely voluntary. Any information you provide on the questionnaire will be kept confidential and used only in connection with the WOTC program. Neither the information you provide, nor the failure to complete the questionnaire, will adversely affect your prospective employment through Ces in any way.

         If you have any questions about the questionnaire or the WOTC program, please contact KPMG,our WOTC partner, at 1.800.578.6716 or [email protected]Thank you again for your interest in joining our team, and best of luck to you!

     Ces also participates in the Federal Bonding Program.  The Federal Bonding Program was created as an incentive to employers to hire "at-risk," hard-to-place job seekers and may provide an employer a business insurance policy that protects an employer against loss of money or property due to employee dishonesty. The bond is good for six months up to the amount of $5,000 at no cost. To request a Federal Bond, the employer must call the Bonding Coordinator on the new employee's start date. A simple 10-15 minute telephone interview takes place. A confirmation letter is then sent to the company and McLaughlin Company, who issues the bond directly to the employer. For further information please contact the State Bonding Coordinator at 717.787.6915 or 1.800.345.2555.

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