3 Ways We Can Help You in EmploymentPosted on November 4, 2016
If you’ve aced our first day at a new job but after a few weeks routine has set in and you feel like you need a little help, then this article is for you.
More often then not getting into work is a huge positive step forward, but it’s easy to forget that change still brings with it a transition period. Starting a new job marks exciting challenges such as learning new things, starting a new routine and making new friends. Many of us also face a transition period where we need to adjust to working longer hours then we are used to, and understanding what is required of us to perform well at work.
At Campbell Page we are here to help the transition into your you job as seamless as possible, through mentoring, up skilling and our In-Work Support Program.
Read below to find out more about the 3 Ways We Can Help You in Employment:
Once you’re employed, our Campbell Page Employment Specialists will maintain their dedication to you and your career. We will provide you with ongoing mentoring and support, so you never feel alone. This can include regular appointments and conversations, financial assistance to ensure you are able to get to the shifts you have been allocated. We can even help you choose and purchase the right uniform if you have not been provided one by your employer.
We provide the support and resources you and your employer may need. This involves helping you gain the skills required in your current position, and to progress your career down the track. From assistance to enrolling you in training workshops and courses that will build your skills, we want to help you stay in the workplace for the long term.
Sometimes you get thrown a curve-ball and your position in life is no longer what is was when you first applied for your job. If you are struggling with an injury, illness or disability our In-Work Support Program can provide you with the assistance you need to maintain employment. We provide education for employers and co-workers to help support you in the workplace, access to workplace assessments and assistance in maintaining work through a variety of mentoring and support programs specified to your needs.
Campbell Page is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making a difference in our communities. If you would like to find out more about what we do, please visit the About Us page on our website or contact us directly.
Words by: Tiarne PattisonBack to News