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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


Job placement one stop career centers placement services

  • National Center on Workforce and Disability

  • http://www.onestops.info/

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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