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Employers: Do you want to reduce turnover, overtime and waste and streamline your hiring process? The Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate can help you accomplish this and more! The certificate is a credential developed by ACT WorkKeys® and signed by Governor Mike Beebe. It confirms to employers that an individual possesses basic workplace skills in Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics, and Locating Information- skills that all jobs require. The Career Readiness Certificate is recognized nationwide and was implemented in Arkansas by the Governor's Workforce Cabinet to improve workforce and economic development.

Since 2008, more than 18,000 CRCs have been awarded, and more than 2500 employers have hired job seekers who have a CRC. The best part, the program is free and meets EEOC requirements! To find out how it will benefit your company, go to ArkansasAtWork.org, or call 1-866-757-2999. Time is money. Save both with the Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate!

The Department of Workforce Services is an equal opportunity employer.



Job seekers: Do you want to assure employers that you have the necessary skills for the job? Desire a skills credential that builds confidence and increases your chances for hire? Then you need an Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate! The certificate is signed by Governor Mike Beebe and confirms to employers that you have basic workplace skills in reading, math and locating information - skills that all jobs require.

The Career Readiness Certificate was implemented in Arkansas by the Governor's Workforce Cabinet to help job seekers improve their skills so they can meet the needs of employers. To obtain a CRC, you need to successfully complete the KeyTrain® instruction and WorkKeys® assessments, where you'll earn a bronze, silver or gold certificate. Since 2008, more than 2500 employers in Arkansas have hired job seekers who have a CRC. The best part, it's free to you!

For more information, go to ArkansasAtWork.org or call 1-866-757-2999. Get your Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate. Get the job!

The Department of Workforce Services is an equal opportunity employer.

 
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