6-Point nation-wide employment program

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6-Point nation-wide employment program
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Six-point nation-wide employment program
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"I URGE all employers every-

where to list their job openings with

USES" -President Truman
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RAPID REEMPLOYMENT of our discharged servicemen is a
matter of high national importance. the success or failure of a
veteran's readjustment to civilian life depends ultimately upon his get-
ting a suitable job-promptly and without unnecessary shopping around.
All employers, as well as the agencies of Government, share respon-
sibility for seeing to it that the veteran's and displaced war worker's
search for employment is not made unnecessarily burdensome.
Of all the Federal agencies concerned with the veteran's problems,
the USES has the primary responsibility for expediting his employment.
Furthermore, it is the only agency of the Government which has the fa-
cilities to speed up the veteran's and displaced war worker's reemploy-
ment. It can eliminate wasteful and unnecessary job hunting. It pro-
vides information about and placement on jobs in the home town or
across the country. It is a vital reconversion tool.
But the USES cannot create jobs. That is the function of private em-
ployers. The USES can play its vital role in speeding the readjustment
of the veteran and the displaced war worker only if employers through-
'out the Nation list their job openings with local offices of the USES.
Such action is doubly advantageous. It helps job seekers everywhere
,in the country to apply for the best available job with a minimum effort;
Sand it helps employers everywhere in the country to interview and
employ persons best qualified to fill their job openings.
In the interest of expediting the reemployment process, I urge all
'; employers everywhere to list their job openings with the USES *
-From a statement to the press by President Truman.







WHAT IS the


USES?


.. EACH LOCAL USES OF-
FICE IS A COMMUNITY
-i.. EMPLOYMENT CENTER
THE LOCAL OF-
S'i FICE MANAGER IS A MID-
SDLE MAN ON EMPLOY-
MENT PROBLEMS-HE
:.' BRINGS THE WORKER AND
o t EMPLOYER TOGETHER
S.* ALL USES OF-
FICES TODAY OFFER A 6-
POINT ACTION PROGRAM.



THE USES IS A NATIONAL
SYSTEM OF PUBLIC EM-
PLOYMENT EXCHANGES .
WITH MORE THAN 1700 ., '
LOCAL OFFICES *
Related
THE VETERANS EMPLOY- late
MENT SERVICE IS AN IM- Community Employment
PORTANT PART OF THE .: Centers
USES USES IS THE
WORLD'S LARGEST FREE --"*'..."
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE.







WHAT the 6-point

Program Does!
EARED TO THE NEEDS OF JOB SEEKERS, EMPLOYERS,
AND THE COMMUNITY, THE 6-POINT PROGRAM
PROVIDES JOB PLACEMENT SERVICES FOR VETERANS
AND ALL OTHER JOB SEEKERS IN ALL THE DIFFERENT SKILLS
IN INDUSTRY, TRADES, AND SERVICES. IT PROVIDES EM-
PLOYMENT COUNSELING AS NEEDED.
THE 6-POINT PROGRAM ALSO SUPPLIES LABOR-MARKET
INFORMATION TO JOB SEEKERS, EMPLOYERS, AND THE
PUBLIC; PERSONNEL SERVICES TO EMPLOYERS; AND CO-
OPERATES WITH CIVIC GROUPS AND LABOR ORGANIZA-
TIONS IN COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT AND VOCATIONAL
PLANNING.
THE 6-POINT PROGRAM IS THE USES IN ACTION.


1 Placement of the f'
JOB APPLICANT
MEN AND JOBS DO NOT GET TOGETHER 4
AUTOMATICALLY. USES SPECIALISTS HAVE
S:THE "KNOW HOW" TO MATCH JOB QUALIFI-
I: CATIONS AGAINST JOB REQUIREMENTS, AND
: -.. THEY ALWAYS SEND QUALIFIED
: WORKERS TO EMPLOYERS WHEN
AVAILABLE FOR THEIR FINAL .
'.E. SELECTION. $
SAN EMPLOYER'S JOB ORDER .
'PLACED WITH ANY ONE OF THE ..
:'LOCAL USES OFFICES IN THE.4 f

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NATIONAL NETWORK PROVIDES THE LINK BETWEEN
HIMSELF AND THE GREATEST NUMBER OF QUALIFIED JOB
SEEKERS.
WHEN LABOR DEMANDS CANNOT BE MET LOCALLY,
THE USES ACTIVELY RECRUITS WORKERS OUTSIDE THE COM-
MUNITY.
THE RESOURCES OF USES OFFICES FROM COAST TO
COAST ARE AT THE CALL OF EMPLOYERS AS WELL AS
WORKERS.
BY USING USES, EMPLOYERS CAN DO HIGHLY SELECTIVE
HIRING WITHOUT HAVING TO INTERVIEW LARGE NUM-
BERS OF JOB APPLICANTS FOR EACH JOB OPENING.



2 Special Services
to VETERANS
ALL RESOURCES OF THE USES are available to sup-
ply special services to veterans. Veterans' employment
representatives are stationed in all State and local offices.
The Veterans Employment Service works actively to
expand and develop job opportunities For veterans.
USES makes a special point
T oF meeting the job needs of dis-
,. abled veterans.
l Highly developed methods
-^S are used to place disabled vet-
'/ : E. erans in jobs for which they are
i" qualified, with emphasis on abil-
ities rather than disabilities.








S34 Employment Counseling
JOB SEEKERS WITH SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS ARE
GIVEN EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING AS NEEDED TO ASSIST
THEM .IN MAKING AN OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE AND DE-
VELOPING A REALISTIC VOCATIONAL PLAN. VETERANS,
.- YOUTH, THE HANDICAPPED, AND OLDER WORKERS DIS-
: PLACED BY INDUSTRIAL OR ECONOMIC CHANGES ARE
THOSE MOST OFTEN NEEDING SPECIAL ASSISTANCE.
FOR DISABLED VETERANS, SPECIAL ASSISTANCE IS PRO-
VIDED TO HELP THEM MAKE SATISFACTORY JOB ADJUST-
SMENTS.






JOB
EQUIR
MENTS



WHEN IT IS DETERMINED THAT A JOB APPLICANT REQUIRES
-AISSISTANCE IN MAKING AN OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE,
:::EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING IS OFFERED AS A WAY TO
>iUNRAVEL HIS OCCUPATIONAL PROBLEMS.
..: USES COUNSELORS HELP THE WORKER TO:
-.1. Consider his aptitudes, experience, and what he would like to
do in light of future prospective job opportunities.
2. Determine the additional training required to fit himself for
S different types of jobs.
i,3. Reach a practical decision concerning the plan to be followed
in obtaining the type of job he wants.









4 Labor Market
INFORMATION
COLLECTION, analysis, and distribution of current employ-
ment information showing trends in labor supply and demand
and current and prospective labor market conditions are
important functions of each local USES office.
The local weather vane on employment conditions, labor
market information guides: (1) Job seekers who want to know
where the jobs are; (2) employers who want to know where
the workers are; and (3) local civic groups in vocational and
industrial planning.
SOURCES USERS
EMPLOYER USES
RECORDS A O EMPLOYERS
EMPLOYER ORDERS EMPLOYERS
LABOR UNIONS
LABOR UNIONS
CIVIC GROUPS AND
JOB APPLICA- LOCAL PLANNING
TIONS / COMMITTEES
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLS,
COLLEGES COLLEGES,
GOVERNMENT,
GOVERNMENT AND REHABILITA-
AGENCIES TION AGENCIES
LABOR MARKET INFORMATION is used as a basis
for placement and employment counseling of workers. It is
used by schools and colleges in planning vocational programs,
by employers in determining location of plant facilities, and
by labor organizations in determining apprenticeship ratios and
other policies. It is also used by civic planning committees in
developing programs to achieve higher levels of employment
and for community expansion.
Labor market information is a primary USES responsibility
in practically every community.
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#* INDUSTRIAL SERVICES

HIGHER LEVELS OF PRODUCTION and employment
are goals of every employer as well as every community.
Good personnel practices are important in achieving these
goals.
Proper selection, induction, and in-plant transfer of workers
will result in reduction of labor turn-over and are important
elements in efficient management.
The USES, through its long experience and contact with
many employers, has built up many valuable tools For assist-
ing employers in improving their personnel practices.
Industrial services include various kinds of assistance to help
employers select and effectively assign workers and to develop
workers to the point of greatest worth to themselves and their
employers.
Your local USES office will provide these services upon
request. Representatives, if desired, are available to discuss
with you the various personnel tools which USES offers to your
organization.
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O0 USES Cooperation

with COMMUNITY GROUPS

YOUR LOCAL USES OFFICE is a community institution--the
community employment center. It not only brings the worker and the
employer together but is of value to the entire community. Some of
the advantages grow out of occupational adjustment of workers and
personnel assistance to employers. Others grow out of the flow of
USES labor market reports showing local employment trends and labor
requirements. These reports are useful in facilitating introduction of
new industries or in the training of workers to meet expanding require-
ments of local industries, trades, and services.















USES WORKS with civic planning committees, schools, welfare
agencies, and employer and labor organizations in the dove-tailing of
employment and in meeting seasonal demand for workers. The method
of community cooperation varies. In some communities advisory corn-

up specifically to facilitate USES participation in community problems

often used for the purpose of providing job applicants with information
concerning industries, skills, trades, and services.
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USES and Today's

LABOR MARKET
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UNEMPLOYMENT

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DAY
TO FIND JOBS for workers-quickly and efficiently-is a basic
USES function. It is more important today than ever before. The
millions of demobilized servicemen, added to millions who entered the
labor market during the war, have resulted in an increase in the civil-
ian labor force. After an initial drop following VJ-Day, employment
:steadied and then began to move upward. -But unemployment likewise
has been increasing.
Behind the scenes there is the human drama of the shift from war to
.:eace-the displacement of workers, returning veterans claiming jobs,
returning veterans without jobs to claim, lay-offs due to plant reconver-
sion, and the movement of thousands of Americans from one part of
f|the country to another.
S The day-to-day task of USES under these conditions is much greater
'than the actual levels of employment and unemployment indicate.







What these USES

IF YOU ARE A WORKER
Provide-
SACCESS TO ALL LISTED JOB OPPOR-
TUNITIES, LOCALLY OR ANYWHERE,
COAST-TO-COAST HELP IN
CHOOSING A NEW OCCUPATION
l PREFERENTIAL SERVICE TO
ALL VETERANS "SELECTIVE
PLACEMENT" FOR DISABLED PERSONS
ASSISTANCE TO YOUTH IN
PLANNING A VOCATION *
JOB PLACEMENT, EMPLOYMENT
COUNSELING, LABOR MARKET IN-
FORMATION AN EFFICIENT, FREE,
ALL-ROUND EMPLOYMENT SERV-
1a ICE-THESE ARE SERVICES USES '
SUPPLIES TO THE WORKER
THEY SPELL ACCESS TO
S ALL AVAILABLE JOB
OPPORTUNITIES.


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ACCESS TO THE LARGEST SOURCE
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WORKERS CAREFUL LISTING
OF JOB OPENINGS SKILLED
MATCHING OF QUALIFICATIONS OF
JOB SEEKERS WITH JOB REQUIREMENT
* "KNOW HOW" IN REFER
OF THE RIGHT WORKER FO
RIGHT JOB ASSIST IN
SOLVING PERSONNEL L EMS-
THESE ARE USES SERVI AILABLE
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HELP YOURSELF.
HELP OTHERS.
THE BEST QUALIFIED WORKERS ARE


GENERALLY


AVAILABLE


THROUGH


YOUR LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE.


BROADEN


YOUR


SELECTION


WORKERS BY LISTING ALL JOB OPEN-
INGS WITH YOUR LOCAL USES.
DO IT NOW!


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