AID Employment Services are always on the lookout for career opportunities for clients.
With the assistance of Employment Services Specialists, clients are often trained, hard-working and motivated employees; an individual who is more likely than most entry-level workers to meet your expectations and become stable, long-term employees.
Employment Specialists visit regularly and can offer supervisors tips on how to encourage the employee’s best work. Frequently, all that is needed is a short period of intensive on-the-job support. In addition, AID staff is available whenever needed to assist the individual in adapting new responsibilities or increased demands.
AID helps employers address specific worksite issues including:
- Routine daily tasks that reduce staff productivity
- New tasks or unfinished projects due to lack of time and/or resources
- Staff being stretched too thin during peak times of the year or hours of the day
- High staff turnover
In the last 5 years, AID Employment has successfully placed 336 clients in community jobs.