Placements as Relationship

Only a few Work Placements actually come together.  Often, employers like to hire someone without the extra paperwork – they are mostly looking to hire the best candidate.  It can take months of careful discussions to formulate a work placement that meets the employer’s and the participant’s needs, and details the on-the-job training needed.  Other times the process can happen very quickly.

A focused job search can support the potential for a placement.  Informational interviews conducted by the participant can suggest some ideal places where a placement relationship might develop.

At The Working Centre, we do not mass-market participants to employers.  We model the relationship building activities that are outlined on this website, in order to form bridges between employers and potential employees.

When you work with a Working Centre Employment Counselor you expand the team of people who work hard to find the right job for you.

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