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Job placement one stop career centers placement services

Job placement

One Stop Career Centers

Placement Services

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Job placement definition
Job Placement – Definition

  • Job Placement: the activities associated with helping an individual gain initial employment or become reemployed after leaving or losing a job. These activities also include working with employers to fill openings.

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Placement planning
Placement Planning

  • Start early in planning process

  • Review options regularly (at least at annual review)

  • Placement means getting a job in accordance with the goal

  • Formalize it by writing

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Elements of placement plan
Elements of placement plan

  • Specific goal

  • Objectives

    • Who, when, where, how

  • Responsibilities

    • Client, counselor, third party

  • Review frequently

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Providing placement
Providing placement

  • Counselor networking

  • School or training program opportunities

  • Client networking

  • Job coaching providers

  • Public and private employment agencies

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Post placement services and supports
Post-placement services and supports

  • Personal logistical issues re: working

    • E.g., Clothing, childcare, stamina

  • Emotional supports

  • Transportation

  • Workplace accommodations

  • Impending closure necessitates being proactive

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Types of job placement services
Types of Job Placement Services

  • Public Employment Services

  • Private Employment Agencies

  • Secondary and Postsecondary School Placement Services

  • Outplacement Services

  • Online Job Placement Centers

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Public employment services
Public Employment Services

  • One Stop Employment Centers

  • Placement

  • Counseling

  • Service to veterans

  • Services to applicants with disabilities

  • Collection of labor market information

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


One stop career centers
One-Stop Career Centers

  • One-Stop Career Centers must be readily accessible to people with disabilities.

  • People with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations and modifications when using One-Stop services.

  • People with disabilities should not be automatically referred to the public Vocational Rehabilitation system for services.

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Private employment agencies
Private Employment Agencies

  • For-Profit agencies

  • General public services

  • Limited clientele (usually occupational group)

  • Cater to job seekers

  • Cater to employers

  • Full-Time only

  • Temp or part-time only

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Secondary and postsecondary school placement services
Secondary and Postsecondary School Placement Services

  • Full responsibility for placement

  • Act as referral and coordinate public agencies

  • Part-time / vacation employment

  • Universal services

  • Qualification for services

  • Centralized services

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Outplacement services
Outplacement Services

  • Workers whose jobs have been terminated due to reasons not in control of the worker

  • In-house services

  • External services

  • Intensive services

  • No guarantee of placement, only support in looking for employment

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Online job placement centers
Online Job Placement Centers

  • Virtual job placement centers

  • Can be private or public

  • For both job seekers and employers

  • Confidential in some cases

  • Open in some cases

  • Efficiency

  • Fast becoming a preferred method

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Examples of internet job services
Examples of Internet Job Services

  • Headhunter.com

    • www.headhunter.net

  • Monster.com

    • www.monster.com

  • Americas Job Bank

    • www.ajb.org

  • Utah Dept of Workforce Services

    • Jobs.Utah.Gov

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


Employment outcome
Employment Outcome

  • entering or retaining full‑time or, if appropriate, part‑time competitive employment in the integrated labor market;

  • satisfying the vocational outcome of supported employment; or

  • satisfying any other vocational outcome the Secretary may determine to be appropriate (including satisfying the vocational outcome of self‑employment, telecommuting, or business ownership), in a manner consistent with this Act.

Cathy Chambless, Utah State University


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