Employment Solutions is making a commitment to Sault Ste. Marie and the Algoma District to help unemployed workers reach their employment goals. On October 3rd, Employment Solutions began a 100 day campaign where they will work to successfully find work for 100 unemployed workers.
Team 100 is ready to propel the 100 Jobs 100 Days Campaign to success! The team is made up of experienced Employment Consultants and Job Developers who are ready to work closely with unemployed workers and employers in Algoma. The 100 Jobs 100 Days Campaign provides a wide range of opportunities for job seekers which may include: resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, assistance with job search and job applications, job trials or paid placements.
100 Jobs 100 Days goes beyond working with the unemployed. Employment Solutions is also working with employers to help them with their employment needs. Employers may also be eligible for hiring incentives that will help create new opportunities in the Algoma District.
“This unique and creative campaign will connect job seekers with employers who are motivated to hire. Our staff, as members of our community, are excited to make this commitment and are also looking forward to a little friendly competition! We are already known for our great customer service and are eager to demonstrate how a dedicated team can come together to help job seekers achieve employment. ” Said Linda Ryan.
To participate in the 100 Jobs 100 Days Campaign, visit Employment Solutions in the Station Tower and ask to be one of the 100. You will meet with a Consultant that day and start your journey to finding employment through individualized one-on-one assistance. Employers are also encouraged to contact Employment Solutions to discuss hiring needs and participate in the 100 jobs.
For more information about participating visit Employment Solutions in the Station Tower on the 4th floor at 421 Bay St., between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday with extended hours until 6pm on Wednesday.
This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.