Minister Humphreys last week met with the staff of EmployAbility Cavan Monaghan for the launch of their new website www.mcses.ie . The site aims to reach out directly to those seeking employment and equally, to employers looking to hire.
The sun came out to greet the Minister and dedicated staff of EmployAbility Cavan Monaghan on the exciting launch of their new website. It boasts lots of information for both the client and employers on what they do and how to avail of the service, along with a current jobs board, contact information and a rather useful request a meeting function.
Commenting after the meeting Minister Humphreys said “I was delighted to visit the Employability offices in Monaghan today to hear of the important work being undertaken on behalf of the Department and the difference the support and services can make in assisting people in a return to employment.”
EmployAbility Cavan Monaghan is an employment support service promoting workplace inclusion. It offers employment support for people with an illness, disability or mental health difficulty. They advocate with other agencies and potential employers on their clients’ behalf; offer advice on welfare payments and medical card queries when taking up employment, and provide ongoing support to maintain employment.
Through their comprehensive CV and interview preparation, they identify your skills, abilities, training needs and any additional supports that may be required, to get you job ready and into sustainable paid employment. Their fully trained employment specialists carry out extensive job matching to get the right job for you and the right person for the job.
Laura Caslin, EmployAbility Coordinator, said “We were honoured to have the Minister for Social Protection to officially launch our new website. She was very interested in the work that we do to support people into employment”
EmployAbility Cavan Monaghan is funded by the Department of Social Protection and is one of 23 EmployAbility companies nationally. So if you are someone looking for meaningful employment or an employer who is interested in promoting workplace inclusion and are in need of motivated and committed staff, then go to www.mcses.ie or contact your nearest EmployAbility service.