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Worker Assistance

Safety WorkerBeing laid off from your job is one of the most traumatic events you can experience in life. However, you need not go through this difficult transition alone. There are outplacement services and resources that can be brought to you at your company location prior to your layoff or separation date. Working with your employer, informational meetings are scheduled so you can learn about services like these listed below: These services are part of  the Rapid Response and Dislocated Worker Programs, whose goal is helping you get back to work as soon as possible to minimize disruptions in your life a layoff will cause. Be sure and attend Rapid Response sessions when they are offered so that you are aware of the full array of benefits for which you may be eligible. For more information, contact or visit your nearest IowaWorks Center.
 
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