DESPITE times being tough for many job seekers, the Bribie Island Employment and Resource Centre is still finding success in matching businesses with the perfect employee.
This month the centre would like to thank Steve Teunis from Guitar Exchange, Tess Halk from Soul Food Coffee Shop and Mal Hogan from Caltex Bribie Island. These wonderful business owners placed registered participants within the workforce and continue to thrive and employ local workers.
Bribie Island Employment and Resource Centre spokeswoman Sheena Kealy said the centre was there to support and help businesses to find the best person for their business and help participants to use resources to find the right job.
"It's all about listening and supporting," she said.
The centre offers additional training and work placement facilities to those in need of assistance in job prospecting.
The resources of the centre are a valuable asset to the community.
Call the Bribie Island Employment and Resource Centre today to see how they can help you on 34101255 or log on to www.bribieemployment.com.au.
The centre would like to wish all new employees involved good luck in their jobs.
If you have a great employee or employer story, contact cabnewsed@ scnews.com.au or let us know on www.facebook.com/caboolturenews.
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