Work is the foundation for a healthy, thriving life. Through one-to-one employment services, Daily Work opens doors for job seekers by mitigating barriers that limit access and opportunity to the workforce.
Daily Work fills an unmet need for holistic, accessible job services for people experiencing barriers. We focus on employment as a means to long-term self-sufficiency and a thriving life. Work is not seen in isolation, but as an integral element of a healthy and full individual, family, and community experience. Read about our services.
Life and work in COVID has made computers and internet connectivity a necessity. In-person anything is now virtual everything. Learn about our Technology Essentials Core Initiative (TECI) and how you can join the campaign to provide a core of tech essentials to job seekers eager to enhance their skillsets. Join the TECI effort.
Our impact is best told through peoples' stories. For job seekers, employment provides a sense of self-worth, skill-building opportunities, and of course, income to meet basic needs and beyond. And for volunteer and intern case workers, the one-to-one collaboration brings immense satisfaction. See how lives are changed.
Minnesota has some some of the greatest racial disparities in educational attainment, income, and home ownership in the nation. Closing these gaps depends on creating real opportunity, inclusion and equity in the workplace. We're committed to doing our part; and we're starting with ourselves. Read about our DEI priorities here.
Do you feel your productivity at work is on the decline? Are you struggling to concentrate or have you lost interest even in the fun activities at your workplace? Your feelings may be more than Monday morning blues. Read on to learn more about signs of workplace depression.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr continues to inspire and transform our nation. Today, make a deeper commitment to advancing racial equity and equal opportunities for working and thriving in our community.
It has been more than two years since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and many of us are still adjusting to the so-called “new normal.” For some, this has meant becoming increasingly reliant on technology to stay connected. But ready access to digital technology is far from a given. As online communication pervades more and more aspects of public life, it is worth considering who is being left out of the conversation. So what is this "digital divide"? Read on to learn more.
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