|Guam Employment Service|
HISTORY OF THE GUAM EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
The Guam Employment Service was created by law on August 13, 1968 upon the local acceptance of the Act of Congress of June 6, 1933, referred to as the Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended by Public Law 97-300 and is vested with the responsibility to cooperate with the United States Employment Service. Serving as the Territory's primary labor exchange, the division has focused on bringing employers and qualified job seekers together in providing free labor exchange services to job seekers, employers and community agencies.
MISSION OF THE GUAM EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
The mission of the Guam Employment Service is to maintain an effective and comprehensive labor exchange system which recruits, assesses, counsels, and matches individuals to the workforce needs of Guam's employers