AGENCY: Department of Workforce Services. Salt Lake Metro Employment Center

SERIES: 83826
TITLE: On-the-job-training contract files
DATES: 1985-2020.
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by client surname.

DESCRIPTION: The Employability Development Center's (EDC) On-the-Job Training (OJT) Unit subcontracts with the Salt Lake County Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) program to provide OJT placement services for JTPA certified clients. This means securing contracts that reimburse interested and willing employers at 50% of the negotiated client/employee hourly wage for up to 500 hours. Funding for this reimbursement is provided by both the county JTPA office and the State of Utah. This file contains all documents pertaining to OJT such as the employer name, address, and Employment Security identification number, the Employment and Training Agreement (JTPA/WIN form #1), and the Occupational and Supportive Services form documenting any tools, clothing, supplies, equipment, etc. needed for the client to perform the job and reimbursable under the OJT program, a copy of the job order from the employer; a progress sheet showing activities both before and after the contract such as referrals, progress notations by the job developer, and feedback from the contract employer; monthly invoices; and any other correspondence or paperwork pertaining to the contract and/or the expenditures incurred during the contract period. In addition, the contents of the OJT files include the JTPA certification, employment plan, Employment Security registration form (511) computer transcript printout, etc. Until June 30, 1988 there were separate contract files for both clients and employers. Contract files created or closed after July 1, 1988 are combined client and employer records.


Retain for 7 year(s) after expiration of contractual agreement




Retention and disposition for this series is authorized by Archives general schedule Contract and lease records, GRS-1731

AUTHORIZED: 12/07/2015


Paper: Retain in Office for 7 years after contract ending date and then destroy.


Administrative Fiscal Legal

Retention is based on 20 CFR 629.35 (e).