Do You Want to Work?
Do you have a barrier to employment?
A barrier could be some type of disability, either physical, emotional, mental health, or a learning challenge. Legal issues could also be a barrier.
LifeWorks can offer a variety of services to assist with removing or decreasing these barriers. Listed below are some of the services that may be available to you.
LifeWorks can assist you in exploring the world of work in a variety of ways.
Assessments and experiences in real work settings can help expose you to the day to day tasks of a job to help you decide if you like it or not.
We can help you increase your skill levels to make it easier for you to get and keep a job. We can help you find a job, and even provide a job coach to help you as you learn your job duties if you need one. We can refer you to community resources such as the Division of Rehabilitation Services, child care providers, etc.
Have you been dislocated from the workforce? Do you have gaps in your employment history? Do you have a disability that interferes with your ability to work?
LifeWorks can help you find your skills that will help you get back to work. We can help you job search, improve your interviewing skills if they are rusty, connect you with resources in the community that might be able to help you.
For example: Child Care Providers; Division of Rehabilitation Services; Counseling and/or Addiction Services; Good News Mountaineer Garage
Are you struggling to fill vacancies and find competent, reliable employees?
Contact LifeWorks with your workforce needs. We may be able to refer candidates who have been trained in appropriate work skills and behaviors. A support network is already in place. These are folks who REALLY WANT TO WORK!