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” An employee was referred, placed and trained by SES, Inc. and has worked at Newman’s Fish Company since 2004 as a valued team member. He is well liked, has a great attitude, is enthusiastic, and glad to be here. He has consistently and willingly accepted increased responsibilities and new tasks. He enjoys working with both fellow workers and customers and stays until the job is done.”~ Dwight Collins
Newman’s Fish Company
” I am very pleased with the business relationship I share with SES. Their attention to their clients, and willingness to listen to my needs are extremely important to create sustainable jobs. SES has capabilities to fill all types of Positions: from the Service Industry to Administration with temporary, part, and full time staffing. SES is my favorite multifaceted staffing firm with well- trained and friendly staff.”~ Dustin Swan
” I highly Recommend any employer to take advantage of the employment services offered by SES. I have an employee form their business that has been very beneficial to me at Rite Aid for several years now. He is punctual with an excellent attendance record and has learned the skills necessary to do his job at a very high level. SES provides supervision as necessary and monitors the work provided.”~ Dave Bowman
Benefits of hiring through SES:
Supported Employment Services specializes in helping local businesses find qualified, dependable, long-term workers. Whatever the needs might be, SES has trained professionals that can match the right person to the position that your business’ needs filled.
Multiple Candidate Selection
Our Job Developers will work with the employer to fulfill vacant positions or identify areas within their business that may have untapped opportunities. This process is called job carving. Once the employer’s need is identified the job development team will review the available Job Seeker to match based on skills and abilities. SES then present the employer with potential applicants and assists with setting up interviews and face-to-face meetings with selected Job Seekers.
Our goal is to ensure that you get the perfect fit for the position and the culture of your business. Working with SES to find multiple candidates specific to the employer’s needs can decrease the cost of recruitment.
On-Boarding / Training Assistance
When an applicant is offered a position, SES will provide them with a Job Coach. The SES team member will assist the applicant with all new hire paperwork and will be there with them during initial training. The Job Coaches will work side-by-side with the new employee to help them learn about their job responsibilities. This includes but is not limited to skills building, safety techniques, embracing the culture of the company, and extra assistance to reinforce company-provided training.
In short, a Job Coach will learn alongside the new employee, and will be a resource available for both the employer and the new employee. When the new employee is comfortable with their routine and tasks, and the employer feels expectations are being met, the job coach will begin fading.
Ending with a cohesively beneficial employer/employee relationship built on trust and open communication. Leaving the job seeker with a career and the employer with a well-trained and dedicated employee!
The extra assistance provided by SES to aid in the development of a new employee results in a reduced costs to the employer overall.
Job training empowers people to realize their dreams and improve their lives.~ Sylvia Matthews Burwell
If you would like more information on how Supported Employment Services, Inc. can help you meet your employment needs, or if you have any questions, please contact:
The Placement Services Manager – (541) 687-0687
SES Embraces Employment First
“Employment First is based on the presumption that working age adults and youth with I/DD can work in jobs fully integrated in the community.”
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a Federal tax credit available to employers for hiring and employing individuals from certain targeted groups who have faced significant barriers to employment.
WOTC joins other workforce programs that incentivize workplace diversity and facilitate access to good jobs for American workers.