HP Contract Workers May Qualify for Training and Services under Trade Act


For Immediate Release: June 26, 2020
Media Contact: Darlene Carnopis, darlene.carnopis@labor.idaho.gov or Kathy Nesmith, kathy.nesmith@labor.idaho.gov

Employees of 30 companies working onsite at the Hewlett Packard Inc., Imaging, Printing and Solutions Business Group in Boise may be eligible for employment services under the Trade Act Assistance (TAA) program.

Those workers eligible to apply must have separated or partially separated from the HP group between June 27, 2018, and before April 20, 2022, and must have worked in the supply of imaging, printing and business solution services, including product development, at Hewlett Packard in Boise.

Employment services offered under TAA include career exploration, job search assistance, resume writing, interviewing preparation, training, job and relocation allowances, or a wage subsidy.

The 30 companies included in the petition are:

  • Insight Global Inc.
  • Accion Labs Inc.
  • Adea Solutions
  • Albin Engineering Services
  • Artech Information Systems LLC
  • Bucher and Christian Consulting
  • Collabera
  • Cornerstone Staffing Solutions
  • Cybersearch Ltd.
  • Eclaro International Inc.
  • Eteam Inc.
  • Expresso
  • Kforce Inc.
  • Lionbridge Technologies Inc.
  • Marisan Group
  • Menlo Logistics
  • Netsource Inc.
  • Northwest Software Inc.
  • NY of Design
  • Pactera Technology International
  • Paradigm Information Services Inc.
  • Pinnacle Technical Resources
  • Radiant Systems Inc.
  • RLA Engineering
  • Siemens Building Technology
  • Synova Inc.
  • Technical Engineering Consultants
  • Teksystems Inc.
  • Vision Information Technologies

The TAA program provides services and benefits to workers who lose their jobs because of increased imports or because their employer shifted production or services to certain countries outside the United States. It is a federal program administered by the Idaho Department of Labor.

To apply, contact the Idaho Department of Labor at trade@labor.idaho.gov, or visit https://www.labor.idaho.gov/dnn/Job-Seekers/Trade-Act-Assistance and fill out the Trade Request of Determination of Entitlement form. Mail the form to Idaho Department of Labor, Attn: TAA Coordinator, 317 W. Main St., Boise, ID 83735. Do not send personally identifiable information through email.

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