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The Employment module Employers feature is used to enter, update, and delete employer and supervisor records as necessary, for use in consumer job placement and job interview records.  It can also be used to view read-only employer reports.

Required Permissions

The Employers feature is available for use by staff with the following permissions:

Display Any Chart Records Buttons
Display Chart Records Employment Button

  NOTE:  Permissions are assigned using the Permissions Maintenance feature.  If you do not have access to that feature and need a permission listed here, please contact your supervisor or your local Help Desk for assistance.

Click-by-Click Instructions

Working With Employer Records - Learn to enter, update, and delete employer records and/or their associated supervisor information.

Using the Employers ReportBuilder - Learn to generate a customized report of employer and supervisor information.

A Closer Look @ Fields & Options

Employer Fields / Options - Learn about the fields/options available for configuration during the employer data entry process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Employers Frequently Asked Questions

FootholdConnect Event Recordings

  NOTE:  Recordings marked with a red asterisk (*) were made prior to deployment of significant AWARDS enhancements and do not reflect those changes; however, the overall content is still relevant and useful.

Employer Enhancements (8 min) * - May 2015

Learn about the Employer-related enhancements deployed in AWARDS in May 2015.

Employment Tracking in AWARDS (55 min) * - October 2016

Assisting clients with employment-related issues is becoming more important than ever in the social service field, with policy trends that facilitate clients finding and maintaining employment.  In this webinar we review the AWARDS tools designed to help keep up with these trends by tracking key employment information.  Specifically, you'll learn how to complete AWARDS data entry for employers, job interviews, job placements, and more.  You'll also learn how to track education and training, how to document employment-related services, and how to generate valuable employment-related reports.