best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do good work
Getting a new job is no different from any other
change. It starts out with uncertainty and it's even a bit
scary. Stick with it and you will learn many new things about
yourself and the world around you. You will gain experience that
will help you move up in the job market.
The purpose of
job retention is to assist you in making the transition from
welfare to work. To make this transition as smooth as possible,
your Employment Social Worker will work with you by providing
community resource referrals and encouragement even if you go
off cash aid.
You have worked
hard to get this far and we are here to help you. We offer a
variety of free and confidential services.
up to six months after cash aid is discontinued for employment,
if needed to help you keep your job.)
can help with transportation costs by providing bus passes,
Supplies such as clothes, tools, and other work-related supplies
that are needed to keep your job can be provided.
you have a problem that is affecting your ability to be an
outstanding employee we can help with counseling or therapy for
you and your family.
We may help you pay for some or all of your child care costs.
Provided up to 24 months after being discontinued from cash aid.
Coaching/Mentoring & Support
Does it seem like no one around you is as lost as you are?
Having trouble on the job with a co-worker or your boss?
Are you contributing to the team at work?
you feel overwhelmed?
Are you introducing yourself and remembering other people's
Up! Don't Quit!
It can be
challenging for new employees to handle the stress of a new job
and juggle the pressures of working and family life. Let
us help you. Call your One Stop Employment Social Worker.
Congratulations You Found A Job!
Now, How Are
You Going To Keep It?
Tips for Keeping
Know who to take your direction from.
Follow all employee rules.
Dress appropriately for the job.
Show up at work on time everyday - especially after lunch
Tell your friends/family not to visit you on the job.
You are paid for 8 hours of service, so give 8 hours of
Always have a positive attitude.
Look for ways a job can be done instead of reasons why it
If the project seems overwhelming, break it down into
If you don't have anything to do, find something to do.