Something I wish Everyone Knew
But that’s not the whole story.
Something else I wish everyone knew is that Daily Work doesn’t find dead-end, minimum wage jobs for our job seekers. We sit down with each job seeker individually and learn what they need in a job in order to thrive. We don’t just group everyone together and get them whatever job we feel would be best for them. Caseworkers take time to learn about the individual humans in front of us. We do our best to make sure the jobs we apply for together are a good fit, personally and financially. I wish everyone could see how dedicated we are to guiding people in the job seeking process.
Something I wish everyone knew is that Daily Work recognizes and celebrates each unique individual and their story. We always put job seekers first and have the best intentions for every person who comes through our door.
To learn more about the individualized approach offered at Daily Work, join us at our annual luncheon on May 10 at the Town & Country Club. The event feature personal testimonies from job seekers at Daily Work and a great lunch! The event is free to attend. Details and a link to RSVP are below.
Schedule of Events
- 11:15 a.m. – Gather & Register
- 12:00–1:00 p.m. – Lunch & Program
By Jensen Bloedorn, Case Management Intern