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EMPLOYMENT


Getting to Work
CONTENT: The reality is quite simple: Nothing can take the place of a good job! Without jobs, there are no labour rights. People need jobs that provide a decent standard of living. Business, government and labour must work together in an effort to not only facilitate in the creation of decent work, but also to have those jobs filled by qualified candidates.
Apprentice Development
CONTENT: Apprenticeships are offered to training candidates so that they can secure skilled trades employment. Government funding facilitates access to these education opportunities offered through the public school system. Organized labour offers the suitable candidate a program of study through training centres sponsored by their training committees. Some businesses also provide training programs for the general public.
Career Resources       8 Sub-Categories
CONTENT: "I can't get a job because I don't have experience, and I can't get experience because I don't have a job." For many in search of a new career, this double-bind can appear to be unresolvable. A clear understanding of career development can help guide the potential employee to the resources needed to overcome the 'no job/no experience' hurdle.

  • Business Entrepreneurship
    CONTENT: Self-employment provides individuals with many challenges and rewards. Building a business by oneself or with partners is one of the oldest, and most often used routes to long-term, stable and secure employment.

  • Career Development
    CONTENT: People need help to get from here to there. To get on the path to a successful career one needs to take the first step. Developing employability involves many factors including self-assessment, empowerment, interaction, and exploration.

  • Career Development Joint Labour Management
    CONTENT: Labour and Management understand the need for a skilled, competent workforce. Some union / company negotiations have produced education and upgrading programs that enable the workers to pursue their career goals while still being employed.

  • Career Education
    CONTENT: Finding the education format that's right for you is important in enhancing your comprehension of the teaching materials. Whether it's online, in-class, full-time, or part-time learning you might also need scholarships or other financial assistance to help pay for the courses you decide to take.

  • Labour Market Information
    CONTENT: Governments provide a wealth of information about career trends. The expected demand for specific occupations as well as the future for new up-and-coming jobs is also studied and charted. The analysis of the workforce provides business and labour with clearer indications of what the future will hold on the job front.

  • One-Stop Shop Career Resources
    CONTENT: Many businesses that provide job-seeker services have developed a complete range of offerings to cover almost every aspect of career guidance.

  • Relocation
    CONTENT: Moving away to find work is sometimes the only employment option remaining. Services that can smooth out the transition are available for those needing to relocate.

  • Youth Career
    CONTENT: Services for youth are specifically tailored to optimize the attainment of their career goals. Internship programs are attractive to young people that need to develop job skills and work ethic.

Human Resources
CONTENT: Human Resource Professionals represent the employer's interests when dealing with workers. These personnel people must deal with issues affecting all types of workers: executive, managerial, support, staff, hourly, salaried, contract, part-time, full-time, casual, supplemental, professional, skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled.

Various other names are used for this practice: Labour Relations, Industrial Relations, Personnel, Human Planning, Employee Relations. Workers can gain important insights into how the workplace operates by familiarizing themselves with the functions, practices and procedures of the HR department.
Job Banks       6 Sub-Categories
CONTENT: Job-seekers want to secure employment in a timely manner. Job Banks provide online access to job searching methods and techniques that can't be done any other way. From posting resumes to scanning job listings, workers can interface with job placement and recruitment services anytime.

  • Disability Based Jobs
    CONTENT: Persons born with disabilities, and those who develop disabilities through their life need to have access to employment opportunities. Social agencies and private sector recruiters have come online to offer this specific kind of job.

  • Industry Sector Jobs
    CONTENT: Government financed jobs are called public sector occupations. Enterprise financed jobs are called private sector occupations. These two broad divisions are further subdivided into many smaller parts also called sectors. There is an overlap between sectors and between the subdivisions. For example, food service jobs are available in both the public and private sectors. Additionally, food service jobs are available in factories, institutions, transportation depots provided by a food service contractor.

  • Location Based Jobs
    CONTENT: Job placement providers can offer jobs to those wanting to work in a particular geographic vicinity. The scope of their focus can be narrower than an entire country, specializing on the state, provincial, prefecture level, and still further down to county, city and town level.

  • One-Stop Shop Job Resources
    CONTENT: Job placement providers can offer jobs to those wanting to work in a particular country, and more broadly, a large continental region. These job banks also provide a large selection of other services involving career choices as well.

  • Recent Graduate Jobs
    CONTENT: Youths who are completing their schooling, and older workers who have left the workforce to increase their educational credentials both have particular employment needs. Whether its finding an entry-level position, an internship, or between-study employment, there are job banks that cater to these requirements.

  • Vocation Based Jobs
    CONTENT: Trades persons, professionals and guild and craft based workers that have portable skills are free to move about in the economy. These workers are employable within different branches of the same corporation, and within the same branch of different corporations. Further, depending upon the qualification reciprocity arrangement between different levels of government, these workers can be employed in different parts of the world throughout their worklife.

Labour Organization Staff Positions
CONTENT: The negotiators, organizers, trainers and representatives employed by organized labour can be just as upwardly mobile as any other group of workers. Specific opportunities for these specialized types of not-for-profit personnel can be accessed online.
Social Entrepreneurship
CONTENT: Not-for-profit organizations have a much broader bottom line than the traditional money-making enterprise. In an effort to ensure lasting value, many aspects of running a business have been incorporated into managing these social enterprises. The rise of social entrepreneurialism has increased the need for professional management in the non-profit sector.


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