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Eligibility
 
Most Ohio businesses are eligible to participate in Ohio Learn to Earn, as long as the following conditions are met:

• Training work sites must offer a “true” training program as defined by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
• Training work sites must be current on their unemployment taxes prior to the start of training, or able to become current on their taxes.
• The training will not displace any employees or affect the promotions of any employees.  

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Participation by unionized companies is not prohibited. However, training providers cannot require trainees to join unions. Participating work sites can not use the program to replace workers covered by collective bargaining agreements.

Training work sites that have had layoffs occurring within the last six months are eligible to participate. However, participants may be placed only in training positions not affected by the layoff.

 
                                                                                                          Last reviewed: 06/13/2017