With the announcement of phase three of re-open Saskatchewan, everyone is going to be making plans to re- start up their businesses. That means hiring staff.
Hotels will be looking for housekeepers, cleaners and restaurant staff. Stores will be looking for stockers, cashiers and cleaning staff. Restaurants will need dishwashers, servers and kitchen staff.
Construction companies will need laborers, parks will need staff, golf courses will need workers. It is going to get busy. But that means you need to get busy right now. You need to let those employers know you are looking for a job. So you need to get ready and apply, apply, apply!
Over the last two months your resume should be up to date and ready, your cover letters should be ready to be personalized to the job you are applying for and you should have your list of places to apply ready to go.
If you don't now is the time to contact one of the vocational Counselors at the Prince Albert Community Service Centre. We are ready to help you apply, apply, apply and get the job you are looking for now!.
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BARRIER AWARENESS DAY May 7th
Today some 4 million Canadians suffer from some form of handicap. Eighty percent of Canadians will experience some disability in their lifetime. That makes it necessary for all of us to understand and appreciate both the barriers they must surmount and the contributions that they can make to our society.
Many disabled people face financial, cultural, and physical barriers because of a lack of public understanding of their needs. We must become more aware of the barriers that prevent or inhibit so many of us from participating fully in the life of our society, and how much more they could contribute if those obstacles were removed.
Visible and invisible barriers are equally difficult to overcome. With advocacy, education, and awareness these obstacles can be lifted, empowering people with disabilities to live more independent fulfilled lives.
On May 7th each year, we are charged with breaking down obstacles on Barrier Awareness Day. We are responsible for dissolving stigmas keeping people with disabilities from advancing in education. It’s an opportunity to tear down walls and build ramps that providing access. When we have misunderstandings, see the potential for the development of new technology to bridge the gap. Eliminate antiquated policies preventing those with disabilities from accessing their full potential. If there was ever a time to speak up about the questionable treatment of a human being, Barrier Awareness Day encourages us to do so now.
Thank you for your support in the past, for thinking about barriers today and acting on it again in the future. With your support there will be fewer barriers to overcome by next year.
Robert - Vocational Counselor
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