Job Placement

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Job Placement

The process by which a worker finds a job or, alternately, a company finds an employee to fill a position.
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In the curriculum for vocational training, the Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) would soon comprise internship programmes and job placements.
Job placements may still be moving in the right direction but questions must now be asked about whether the declining rate of growth is indicative of a longer-term problem.
Nationally, the Government is making up to pounds 1 billion available to reimburse employers that give six-month job placements to young people aged between 18 and 24 and who have been unemployed for more than 12 months.
Topics addressed in these chapters include employment and the dually diagnosed individual with a history of drug and alcohol use, special problems associated with finding suitable job placements for individuals with severe mental illness with high levels of skill and education, utilizing supported education as a way of helping clients develop job skills that will increase their employability, and the need for employment specialists and other team members to develop cultural sensitivity that will allow them to deliver culturally competent employment and other clinical services to diverse client populations.
The program may include summer job placements, job trials and on-the-job training placements.
The pre-placement program involves intensive job skills training including keyboarding, software training, word processing, spreadsheets and procedures that apply to their specific job placements.
Therefore, when job placements are made for consumers within this business cluster, chances are higher for problems to be worked through without dismissal.
5 million of earned wages would be lost because of the reduction in job placements (average salary estimated at $30,000);
Already other waste management businesses have staked homes in the region including a co-generation plant and a local metal recycler which may offer future job placements.
County auditors found the Palmdale center inappropriately claimed credit for the job placements for people who did not qualify for help from the center, as well as for job placements that never occurred.
The answers to these questions will be helpful in planning appropriate job placements or modifications.
The first wave of activity was fostered by the federal mandate for supported employment, which combined existing transitional employment strategies pioneered by psychosocial rehabilitation agencies to create increased community job placements for clients with mental illness.