Federal Bonding Information for Jobseekers
What is Federal Bonding?
Are you having difficulty obtaining employment because of something negative in your past? Are you seen as a "risky" job candidate because of a poor credit score or an irregular work history? The Federal Bonding program can help assure employers that you are a safe bet for a position.
The Federal Bonding program helps "at-risk" or hard-to-place jobseekers obtain employment. Talk to a bonding representative at your local One-Stop Career Center today. A bonding representative can provide a potential employer a fidelity bond, which is a special type of insurance that protects employers from employee dishonesty resulting in loss of money or property. Employers are more willing to hire a job applicant who is seen as “at-risk” if he or she has a fidelity bond.
Do I qualify?
If something in your past has lead employers to question your honesty and deny you a job, you may qualify. The Federal Bonding program has helped:
- individuals with poor personal credit.
- individuals dishonorably discharged from the military.
- people lacking work history.
- recovering substance abusers.
The Federal Bonding program is sponsored by the US Department of Labor in partnership with Travelers Property Casualty Insurance Company.
For more information
Talk to a bonding representative today to learn how a fidelity bond can help you secure employment. Visit your local One-Stop Career Center or contact:
James Rimalover, New Jersey State Bonding Coordinator