Ohio program gives cash for hires who stay in jobs
Written by Associated Press   
Monday, 23 September 2013 09:32

LIMA, Ohio (AP) — A new state program provides financial incentives for agencies that move people from cash assistance to unsubsidized employment, and one northwest Ohio county is passing along that cash to the workers as long as they stick with their jobs.

The Lima News (http://bit.ly/1f4JEA0 ) reports the state is providing up to $150,000 to launch the Ohio Works Incentive Program, which began this summer for counties and workforce boards that decided to participate. It also offers cash incentives for county job agencies that get people working and off cash assistance.

Marilyn Horstman of Allen County Job and Family Services says her county decided that forwarding some of the money it receives could encourage success for those workers. Those who stay employed will get $100 after three months and $500 after six months.


Information from: The Lima News, http://www.limanews.com

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Front Page Stories

Lake Twp. raises stink over trash collection
04/16/2014 | DEBBIE ROGERS Sentinel Staff Writer

MILLBURY - A new trash collection company in Lake Township is off to a stinky start.
But representati [ ... ]

N.B. hires full-time EMS chief
04/16/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune Staff
article thumbnail

NORTH BALTIMORE - The village has hired a full-time, interim EMS Chief.
Following a 30- [ ... ]

Other Front Page Articles