Adequate supply of employment opportunities and easy access to those opportunities.
Adequate supply of ready and able to work individuals.
Linkage between the supply of employment opportunities and the individuals seeking work.
Clear expectations of each job offering.
An established business services model.
Providing support services needed to look for work
Assist customers in analyzing job opportunities and labor market information
The career counselor should focus only on case management, not placement
Work with business service staff to develop customized job placement opportunities
Business Services Representatives
Development of a resume and ability to customize for each job opportunity.
Career specialists should do a skill analysis for the job seeker and make the decision as to whether the job is a good match.
Practice interview skills.
Teach job seekers where to look and the importance of networking.
Hiring Success = Motivation + Enthusiasm
Hiring Success = Motor Skills + Energy
Hiring Success = Motivation + Competency
Hiring Success = Measurement + Competency
Being, Doing, Job-Specific
Being, Learning, Job-Specific
General, Quality, Job-Specific
Being, General, Job-Specific