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employU would like to welcome April Piazza to the employU family! April is coming on board as employU’s Human Resources Manager. With over 16 years of experience in the Human Resources field, a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Resources and Management, and professional certifications of SHRM-CP and PHR, she brings a wealth of knowledge to […]

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employU is now offering enhanced services* to Traditional Transition students and Pre-ETS students in Orange County.  In addition to Vocational Rehabilitation services such as Work Readiness Training, Self-Advocacy Classes, Work-Based Learning Experiences, and Career Camps, grants through Orange County and Subaru have made it possible for employU to offer Orange County students additional services.  These [...]
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Moving Forward Together As A Community
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2020 has certainly brought a lot of “new” with it - a new year, a new decade, and a new way of doing things.  With the appearance of COVID-19, the entire world has had to make changes and adjust.  Here at employU, our staff worked hard to continue to assist and support our clients throughout [...]
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employU Made the 2020 Best Nonprofits to Work For List
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employU made the list of the 2020 Best NonProfits to Work For! This survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the best employers in the nonprofit industry. Nonprofits from across the United States entered the two-part survey process to identify organizations where leaders have excelled in creating quality workplaces. Only the […]

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Two More Regional Offices Open
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The city of Brandon, Florida is known for their growing economy and beautiful residential areas. Though once considered an alcove of Tampa, Brandon has quickly come into its own. Rapid growth and a low unemployment rate bring a demand for potential employees with trade and skill knowledge. In fact, Hillsborough County as a whole has [...]
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Lifting Customers UP
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Poverty in the United States is a crisis that has increasingly gained attention in the media and government. More than 38 million people in our country cannot afford basic necessities including food, healthcare, housing, and transportation. What is worse, the poverty rate for people with disabilities is an alarming 25.7%. The National Council on Disability [...]
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Cleveland Clinic Martin Health, our partner in the Project SEARCH program, was recently recognized by the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD), Blind Services, and Vocational Rehabilitation with an Exceptional Employer Award during the 14th annual celebration held at Tallahassee City Hall as part of Disability Employment Awareness Month. employU's Transition Youth Program Director, Lindy [...]
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