We provide a full range of employment services at no cost to immigrants and refugees looking for employment, as well as to area employers looking to fill their job openings.
Our goal is to successfully match our clients with jobs that meet both employer and client needs.
To fully understand which jobs best suit our clients, we discuss their prior work experience, as well as the kind of work they wish to pursue. We then assist them with obtaining that goal.
Our clients receive job readiness training and orientation to the American workplace. We educate them on working in the U.S. including explaining their rights and responsibilities as workers and employer expectations.
Our support and involvement is tailored to each employer’s needs from simply referring clients to assisting with the application and hiring process.
ASSETS IN THE WORKPLACE
See below why many employers choose to hire immigrants and refugees:
- WORK AUTHORIZATION
All of our clients have been granted full employment authorization in the U.S. by the Department of Homeland Security.
- STRONG WORK ETHIC
Immigrants have a strong work ethic and are reliable. They rarely miss work, are the first to arrive, and are willing to work extra hours.
- HIGH RETENTION RATE
Our clients have a 96% retention rate. Many of our clients have stayed employed at the same company for many years.
WE PROVIDE EMPLOYERS WITH:
- Free pre-screening and skills assessment of job candidates
- Translation and interpretation services
- Administrative support with paperwork including the I-9 form
- Job readiness training
- Diversity training/consulting
- Orientation to the American workplace
- Mediation and retention support
- Help communicating with limited English speakers including training
Become an EMPLOYER
We strive to match your needs to the skills of our clients. Placement services are free to area employers, paid for by both public and private sources.
For more information about employing our clients, please contact:
Regional Manager of Employment Services
T: 330.376.5106 ext. 115