About employU

We feel there are a few key elements that are required for success.

Communication

Whether you are a customer, a business partner or an agency partner we stress the importance of ensuring that our team is communicating properly on a consistent basis.

Relationships


Relationship building is vital to our success and everyone we serve is important. We truly appreciate each participant that goes along with us on this journey and every connection we make brings us closer to our goals.

Passion


We take great pride in the people that make up employU. Our family has the passion that drives us to get up early and leave late. We live for the wins and we revel in overcoming the challenges. Our work stays in our minds throughout the days and the nights.

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Vocational Evaluation

Finding your abilities and planning for success

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Transition Youth Services

Building Bridges to a Brighter Tomorrow

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Adult Employment Services

Building Better Futures Through Employment

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A Few of Our Partners and Friends


employU is a Member of the Following Chamber's of Commerce

Why We Should Hire People With Disabilities?

If you are a small business owner that is looking to grow, you need employees that will help keep you in business. Of course you want to hire people that have the requisite skills that you are in need of at the very moment you need them. Once you get key personnel in place, you want to also look at other untapped labor markets such as people with disabilities. People with disabilities represent a talented, Continue reading
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How to manage employees with disabilities?

People with disabilities may just have the skills and competencies you require within your organization yet they are often under-employed. It is important to consider how your organization can tap this potential source of employees. Here are some ideas on how to manage employees who have disabilities.

Build trust
Developing rapport with employees with disabilities requires patience and effort. “Play the long game,” says Burris. “You need to spend a good amount of time Continue reading

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