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Rapid Response

Rapid Response is a Federal program designed to offer high quality services to communities, businesses and individuals who are addressing economic impacts, industry changes and natural disasters that may lead to worker layoffs. 

Rapid Response services are flexible and strategically designed to bridge economic and workforce development.  The program brokers partnerships and tailors solutions for businesses and workers during any stage of the business cycle.  By maximizing resources Rapid Response helps businesses and individuals in transition succeed.    

If layoffs occur, Rapid Response provides a quality alternative to traditional outplacement services, but may also work hand in hand with these programs for best results.  

Rapid Response triggers when a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) notice is filed but also addresses smaller layoffs. 

Background
Rapid Response Team
One-stop Reemployment Portal
Business
  Information
  Resources
WARN
  Information
  Warn Notices Filed
Workers
  Information
  Resources
Coping with the Stress of Layoff and Unemployment
Unemployment & Job Loss Support: Handling Layoff Stress while Unemployed and Job Searching
 
Economic Development/
Grant and Loan Programs
Brochures/Presentation
Rapid Response Videos
Reports (17 mb PDF)
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact Rapid Response Team

 

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