Danko Arlington has become one of many Maryland State businesses, and the first company in Baltimore City to participate in the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation’s On the Job Training Program (OJT).
The program is supported by the National Emergency grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration and allows up to 90% reimbursement of on-the-job training for the first six months of employment to pre-screened and qualified workers.
Danko Arlington epitomizes the many obstacles facing today’s US manufacturers. The company relies on skilled labor to produce its custom components. In fact, metal ingot is the only direct material this business procures — with indirect materials and labor making up the balance of each product. The program is therefore a great benefit to help American manufacturers like Danko Arlington who rely on new trainees to expand and compete in a global economy.