Business Services

Successful businesses are key to a healthy economy by attracting industry, talent and resources to the region. Our goal is to help local businesses develop a strong workforce through a demand driven and comprehensive approach to train, sustain and enhance future and existing workers. Work with us to learn how we can help provide customized and effective solutions for your company to thrive. Visit the Alameda County Employer Guide for more information. Learn more about the wide-array of direct business services offered by our Business Services Unit as well as opportunities for Customized and Incumbent Worker Training.


A skilled and knowledgeable workforce is a vital component for a business enterprise to become successful and rise above the competition. In a dynamic and fast changing business world, companies need to adapt key competencies and skills to ensure their workforce is top notch and ready to work. Our training resources and products ensure your current and future workforce is properly trained and ready to meet the industrial demands of the 21st century. Tailor and combine training options to create the right package for your workforce.

Talent Pool

Access our talent pipeline to hire a well-rounded employee. Search through our reservoir of skilled job seekers or work directly with a representative to tailor your specific job order. Through the Alameda County’s contracted service providers, clients are being equipped with up-to-date knowledge, skills and abilities across different industries and occupations.


About to reduce your workforce? Contact us to work directly with a representative to consult on the variety of options available to you to help keep your current workforce or provide services for in-transition workers.

Customized Intelligence Reports

We provide access to information that may assist you in understanding occupational wages, projections in industries and occupations and other labor market information. The Alameda County WDB can also assist you in referring you to other sources of information.

Other Employer Resources

Gain access to a breadth of public resources through our economic development and commerce partners. The available assets can assist your company streamline the permitting process, select suitable municipalities and sites for location, expand your business and retain existing customers.

Curriculum Development and Industry Pathways

Become actively engagement in developing local college curriculum and pipeline pathways from education to careers.

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