America Works Job Board
America Works Job board, and job seeker website is established
All registered business entities will have their FEIN as their login, and the SSN of the CEO or Sole Propriety as the PW
All business entities, regardless of size, may participate in the America work Program to include any OJT efforts, so long as those entities can prove their competence in the field. This will typically require a proof of work (PoW), or a minimum of 3 years of business activity. Startups may still qualify if they can sufficiently provide PoW.
All citizens 18 years or older, will have automatically registered accounts based on their SSN as login, and DOB as their password
Anyone under the age of 18 will not be allowed to use this program, but will become automatically registered on their 18th birthday.
National Training Centers
Training centers in all 50 US Capitols, and the top 3 populations determined by geographic location, for convenience, are established
Trainers in all major industries will be hired within the local area whenever possible, and additional trainers will be hired as federal employees as necessary
These centers will be mini “Basic Training” centers, complete with classrooms, room, and board for a capacity equaling 1% of the surrounding area adult population
Training durations will be determined based on the career field, and any follow on job training that can be made available.
All trainees will receive GS7 pay, benefits, and Housing allowance equal to their current housing or rental costs + $300 for food and utilities.
Trainees who undergo OJT with either government or civilian employers will receive the same pay and benefits for the duration of their training, or their base pay for the position, whichever is greater
The US Government will pay the GS7 rate, and benefits regardless, and employers will pay any differences in their salaries or wages as an incentive to train a new generation of workers in their industry
Whenever reasonable, or cost efficient, military training centers will accommodate civilian students in both training and housing. These students will comingle with the military trainees, but be treated as civilians and not held to the military standards of training, dress, appearance, or conduct. However, civilian students can be expelled from the classroom if they are disruptive, disrespectful, or otherwise not pursuing their education seriously. Military trainees will continue to be expected to conform to their military standards, and be segregated from the civilian students by appropriate methodology.
Employers will benefit from training new hires by only having to cover the differences in pay that they offer for their positions, and the pay covered by the federal government. However, employers are obligated to hire trainees from the America Works Program for a period of at least 1 year, and may not fire, layoff, or otherwise dismiss those trainees for reasons other than conduct, safety, or other extreme circumstances.
Any circumstance in which a trainee through the America Works Program becomes fired or laid off, will be investigated thoroughly by the Federal Government. If it is determined that the firing or layoff was not justified, the federal government will impose penalties and fines including a maximum felony jail sentence of 5 years, and $5,000,000 for defrauding the federal government.
Trainees have the right to seek employment elsewhere under this program if they feel the working conditions or other circumstances are incompatible.
Trainees can submit for relocation, or reassignment for a period of up to 1 year of their OJT requirement.
If the OJT requirement is less than 1 year, then the maximum amount of time a trainee has to submit for relocation or reassignment is that OJT period.
This program shall allocate 5% of available positions to Immigrants from the border, and 5% of immigrants from other locations to alleviate the stresses of both crisis’
Priority shall be given to positions that are close to the border or the port of entry
Priority shall be given to those migrants with proven trades, or higher education skills such as doctors, engineers, etc.
This percentage of allocation shall remain in place until the immigration and migrant crisis at our southern border are alleviated, including those arriving from overseas under the America Works VISA program.