Pricing

  • Layoff-to-Employment Action Planner—LEAP (package of 50)
  • Your Employment Search—YES (package of 50)

Any 1-10 packages.....$99/each package 

Any 11+ packages.....$89/each package

Shipping/Handling 7% of subtotal, to continental U.S. locations, via regular UPS Ground or USPS.

Please use this order form or submit a signed purchase order.

Please also feel free to request a quote.

 

Ordering LEAP and YES

Convenient Ways to Order

LEAP and YES are each sold in convenient packs of 50.  Place your order in one of the following ways:

  • E-mail, fax, or mail a completed order form.
  • E-mail, fax, or mail a signed purchase order. See the order form for pricing. Terms: 30 days net.
  • Call us. 

Career Action Resources, LLC
5868 E. 71st St., Suite E-188
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Phone 800-398-6615
Fax 888-398-0047
E-mail us

We accept VISA/MasterCard, signed purchase orders, and checks payable to Career Action Resources, LLC.

 

Shipping and Ordering Details

  • Shipment Timing: In-stock items are shipped via regular UPS Ground or USPS, usually within 72 hours. Bulk orders and large orders requiring a print run will take longer, although we will process your order as quickly as possible; you will be advised of the timeframe.
  • Sales tax: We collect 7% sales tax on all shipments to Indiana unless a tax-exempt form is provided.
  • Returns: We are confident that you will be pleased with our products’ usefulness and value. If, however, you need to make a return for any reason, you must do so within 30 days of sale through prepaid, traceable means. The product must be in resalable condition and include a copy of your receipt or packing slip. Shipping and handling charges are non-refundable. Please call or e-mail for further instructions. Note: Bulk orders and large orders requiring a print run are nonreturnable.
  • International orders: We currently do not accept or ship orders outside of the United States.

Thank you for your order.

 

Workforce Development &
Career Services Professionals:

Learn about Layoff-to-Employment Action Planner (LEAP) and Your Employment Search (YES).


Career Action Blog

Maximum Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Unemployment Insurance (UI) Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA) Grant Awards by State, from the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration.

State

FY 2018
Funding
Limit

FY 2019
Funding
Limit

ALABAMA

$795,330

$994,163

ALASKA

$277,095

$346,369

ARIZONA

$708,657

$885,821

ARKANSAS

$433,614

$542,018

CALIFORNIA

$12,373,884

$15,467,355

COLORADO

$396,880

$496,100

CONNECTICUT

$1,485,532

$1,856,915

DELAWARE

$579,550

$724,438

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

$617,055

$771,319

FLORIDA

$5,542,805

$6,928,506

GEORGIA

$815,320

$1,019,150

HAWAII

$996,725

$1,245,906

IDAHO

$700,235

$875,294

ILLINOIS

$1,332,756

$1,665,945

INDIANA

$4,340,128

$5,425,160

IOWA

$1,516,589

$1,895,736

KANSAS

$717,576

$896,970

KENTUCKY

$882,015

$1,102,519

LOUISIANA

$1,645,839

$2,057,299

MAINE

$0

$868,626

MARYLAND

$1,182,411

$1,478,014

MASSACHUSETTS

$5,807,643

$7,259,554

MICHIGAN

$2,107,622

$2,634,528

MINNESOTA

$1,448,417

$1,810,521

MISSISSIPPI

$960,544

$1,200,680

MISSOURI

$756,048

$945,060

MONTANA

$637,494

$796,868

NEBRASKA

$493,213

$616,516

NEVADA

$2,067,585

$2,584,481

NEW HAMPSHIRE

$1,292,886

$1,616,108

NEW JERSEY

$1,884,565

$2,355,706

NEW MEXICO

$577,576

$721,970

NEW YORK

$19,226,238

$24,032,798

NORTH CAROLINA

$4,308,865

$5,386,081

NORTH DAKOTA

$474,250

$592,813

OHIO

$3,212,411

$4,015,514

 

OKLAHOMA

$927,406

$1,159,258

 

 

OREGON

$4,593,348

$5,741,685

 

 

PENNSYLVANIA

$1,472,449

$1,840,561

 

 

PUERTO RICO

$317,827

$397,284

 

 

RHODE ISLAND

$1,099,021

$1,373,776

 

 

SOUTH CAROLINA

$1,243,856

$1,556,260

 

 

SOUTH DAKOTA

$346,354

$432,943

 

 

TENNESSEE

$2,606,815

$3,258,519

 

 

TEXAS

$7,478,542

$9,348,178

 

 

UTAH

$1,722,218

$2,152,773

 

 

VERMONT

$691,263

$864,079

 

 

VIRGIN ISLANDS

$335,988

$419,985

 

 

VIRGINIA

$1,619,474

$2,024,343

 

 

WASHINGTON

$9,151,468

$11,439,335

 

 

WEST VIRGINIA

$325,677

$407,096

 

 

WISCONSIN

$2,887,981

$3,609,976

 

 

WYOMING

$0

$495,112

 

           

A new study for the U.S. Department of Labor concludes that one-on-one, staff-assisted career services at American Job Centers are a positive investment for improving customer employment and pay.

Researchers followed more than 34,000 study participants who received different service levels.

According to the USDOL, “The final report found that intensive services (generally similar to individualized career services under WIOA) increased employment, wages, receipt of a credential, the likelihood of fringe benefits, and hours worked....The cost-benefit analysis indicates that intensive (career) services are a positive investment from the standpoint of customers, taxpayers, and society as a whole.”

The report summary, titled Providing Public Workforce Services to Job Seekers, can be read here.

Need tools to help with one-on-one career services? Consider Layoff-to-Employment Action Planner (LEAP) and  Your Employment Search (YES) by Career Action Resources. Request complimentary LEAP and YES review samples now.

 

Losing weight and saving money are good New Year’s resolutions. But job hunters should consider resolutions that will speed their search and help them land a good job. Here are 3 resolutions to suggest for a happy new year and a happy new job. 

  1. Pinpoint what you want to do. “I’ll do anything” is a time waster in the job search. Why? You spend hours applying for jobs that don’t suit you. Employers want workers who match their needs. So figure out what you are good at and what your skills are. If you need help making this determination, use the U.S. Department of Labor’s MyNextMove.
  2. Go beyond online job applications. To improve your chances of getting hired, use active search techniques, such as networking and contacting employers who may need your skills. By using these methods, employers may hire you when an opening becomes available. Plus, you’ll avoid the stampede of applicants responding to online job ads.
  3. Tailor your resume to the job. If you take the time to tailor your job search materials to a job opening, employers can easily see why you are qualified. Be sure to add keywords, which are the specific skills and experience you possess that employers want. 

Need more ways to help job seekers in a new year? Consider Your Employment Search (YES), published by Career Action Resources, LLC. YES teaches productive job-seeking skills in 5 key areas to immediately boost the job hunt. Request a complimentary YES review sample now.