State Announces Hiring and Retention Grant Program

Date: August 20, 2021

Some of the money can be used for other expenses

NFIB Arizona wants its members to be aware of a new program launched by the state this week for any possible assistance it might provide.

According to the Arizona Commerce Authority, “As part of Governor Doug Ducey’s Arizona Back to Work Plan, the State of Arizona launched the Back to Work Small Business Hiring and Retention Program to help small, locally owned or operated businesses hire and retain employees. The grant program funds up to $10,000 in expenditures for employee hiring and retention efforts. There is a cap of $1,000 per employee and 25 percent of the awarded amount may be utilized for other business expenses. Special consideration will be made to businesses that are located in wildfire and flood impacted areas.”

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