welcome to Employflorida Database step by step guide.
Is your business growing or adjusting to new economic conditions and impacts due to Hurrican Ian and Post Covid?
CareerSource Southwest uses an employment database created by the State of Florida to help job seekers and employers connect. Get the best out of this tool by registering. If you don’t not already have an employfloria account, you can use our self registration guide guide that shows you how to register. If you forgot your username or password, you can request to change the password. The system will provide you with a temporary password to access your account. The sytem then would direct you to change the temporary password to a permanent password.
JOB PORTAL ACCESS GUIDE
Four different ways to create your account.
Does Your Company Need
Login into your account to post or update job listings or if you do not have an account, go ahead and register to access the business portal. Please see the guide on how to sign in for returing users or setup an account for new users.
*Important: New employer accounts are placed in a ‘Pending’ status for two business days for authentication
of the account and any associated job orders. You will have limited capabilities during this time.
If you require immediate assistance, contact our hotline at 1-866-992-8463.
Employ Florida is a free state employment portal designed to bring businesses and employers together. The State employment portal is used throughout the state of Florida making jobs more accessible in all counties and regions in the State of Florida. Opening up an account as an employer is free and can be done by the employer or with the assistance of a CareerSource Representative.
- The system provides employers with comprehensive tools to evaluate job seekers’ skills and profiles, and
locate qualified workers for their open positions. Once registered in the system, you can search thousands
of résumés for keywords and automatically run customized searches. You can also create and post job
orders online. Finally, you can access the latest economic and labor market information for specific
You can perform many recruiting functions, including:
Post job openings – Use the comprehensive online job order system to enter a complete job
description and define required job skills. See the topic “Create a Job Order” in Chapter 5 –
Manage Job Orders for details.
- Find candidates and review résumés – Use state-of-the-art search tools to locate and review
posted résumés of qualified candidates; for example, search by occupation, job location,
education level, salary, skills, etc. See the topic “Searching for Candidates” in Chapter 6 –
Manage Recruitment for details.
- Create and store résumé searches – Use the Virtual Recruiter to schedule a weekly or daily
automated search for candidates and receive immediate notification of hits. See the topic
“Creating a Virtual Recruiter Résumé Search Alert” in Chapter 6 – Manage Recruitment for
- Evaluate applicants – See how applicants match up to your job order requirements. Assign
ratings, send messages, and keep notes. See the topic “Managing Job Applicants” in Chapter 6 –
Manage Recruitment for details.
- Research labor market information – Select a profile for a geographic area, industry, or
occupation to review up-to-date information on job numbers, salaries, projected growth rates,
and more. Extensive graphics and maps help communicate the big picture on employment
rates, the top occupations, the size of area firms, the average weekly wage, and more. See the
topic for each profile in Chapter 12 – Labor Market Information (LMI).
- Learn about the site and available tools from the Learning Center – Take advantage of a central
location for accessing training videos to learn more about using the employer resources and
tools in the site. See the topic “Learning Center” in Chapter 13 – Additional Resources for
The video shows users a step by step guide on how to register as a business and to setup a custom porfolio to meet their business needs.