Workforce Solution Guide: Becoming a Community Employer

Matching the right person to the right job in the right company

There’s a solid business case for hiring people with disabilities.

  • A 40 percent tax credit
  • Reduced Costs
  • Increased revenue
  • Innovation
  • A positive image
  • Diversified workforce

Why choose to work with NorthPointe Resources for your hiring needs?

  • We manage the employment process at NO COST to you.
  • We believe in pro-active recruitment.
  • We provide you with pre-trained employees.
  • We identify the right match for your postion and the candidate.
  • We offer successful support systems.
  • We train our candidates for job retention success.
  • We offer FREE marketing for your company.

In addition, you have the opportunity to tour companies that have hired candidates and, during the hiring process, the use of interviewing rooms in the Killian Center to meet with applicants.

Are you looking for qualified job candidates?

We can provide you with candidates matched to your specific labor needs.
The Employment Resources team of staffing experts places a high value on relationships and takes the time to get to know your business, its culture, and its unique demands. This allows them to streamline the staffing experience and create the right match.

Candidates are skills trained for a wide variety of positions, including:

  • Assembly
  • Food service
  • General office support
  • Janitorial services
  • Mail services
  • Receptionist
  • Retail clerk
  • Stock associate
  • Utility clerk
  • Warehouse services

Our pool of skilled candidates continues to expand. Please let us know if your needs are not listed.

 

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Success story for September 2016

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Maria began receiving services from NorthPointe in 2007 as a member of the mental health program, SOARR. In March 2008 Maria was offered a position as a “Prosumer” for the SOARR department (a Prosumer is a person who is receiving services through the SOARR program and is also a paid employee at NorthPointe). After becoming a Prosumer, Maria developed the following goals: to move out of the nursing home where she was living; to live independently in the community, and to get a job and work in the community. Maria was steadfast in realizing her goals and joined the training program in the Employment Resources Department to develop the skills necessary to become a sales associate.

Maria’s hard work lead to great success. Today, Maria has a job as a sales associate at Walgreens and lives in her own apartment in the community.