The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is a state Agency focused on delivering comprehensive and effective services that build a workforce to meet the changing demands of Wyoming's diverse businesses, citizens and economy - hence, the Agency's mission - bridging human and economic development for Wyoming's future. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is comprised of three offices (listed below), all of which have distinct objectives that parallel the Agency's overall mission.
Office of the Director
The Office of the Director not only includes the Agency's Director and Deputy Director, but it also includes the Agency's operation teams. These teams are charged with the creating policies and processes that allow the Agency to function smoothly and effortlessly while at the same time maintaining a high level of customer service for Wyoming's citizens.
The following teams are included in the Office of the Director:
- Policy, Grants, Labor Market Information and the Workforce Development Training Fund
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Outreach & Training
- Quality Assurance
- Mines Inspection & Safety
Office of Workforce Programs
The Office of Workforce Programs was created to administer training programs, unemployment insurance benefits and job seeking services for job seekers and those who are currently working.
Within the Office of Workforce Programs, the following Divisions can be found:
- Division of Employment & Training
- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
- Division of Unemployment Insurance
Office of Standards and Compliance
The Office of Standards and Compliance is charged with ensuring that Wyoming businesses are safe, fair and are adhering to federal and state rules and regulations. Also, the Office works to connect injured workers with benefits.
Within the Office of Standards and Compliance, the following Divisions can be found: