Partnership Resources thanks all the businesses who value a diverse work force and hire people with disabilities.
Explore what it means to partner with PRI to hire and retain
reliable and enthusiastic long-term employees.
Partnership Resources, Inc. is a solution for companies that want to increase the effectiveness of their current workforce, fill in labor gaps and positively impact day-to-day operations. Hiring individuals and crews with disabilities brings value to your business and positively impacts your culture and work place.
Work Crew (WC)
A typical “Work Crew” consists of anywhere between 4-6 people with disabilities
working together in a close knit “team” placement at a business.
Most work crews need all day support for health, safety, decision making and other needs.
A PRI Vocational Specialist, or Job Coach, works with the team throughout their work shift providing support as needed.
Independent Placement (IP)
A typical “Independent Placement” is one person with a disability working in a business with minimal job coaching support.
Support comes in the way of a PRI Vocational Specialist, or Job Coach, typically for one hour per work shift.
Hiring people with disabilities positively impacts your business:
- Increases the diversity of your staff
- Reliable, capable and engaged workforce
- Skills matched to business needs
- Loyal Employees
On the Job Supports
We work closely with the business to ensure the best possible job matches for long term placement success.
A job coach is provided free of charge to each business, providing on-the-job training and 1-to-1 support.
From the start, we support company standards for long partnership success.
Could your business benefit?
What do a hospital, an office, a food manufacturer, a packaging facility, and a retail environment all have in common?
They are all the perfect fit for PRI clients. They can handle a wide variety of jobs, everything from cleaning or repetitive jobs with incredible attention to details. Our skills are diverse and our passion is high.
87% of consumers agree or strongly agree that they prefer to give their business to companies that employ people with disabilities.
Source: Research Report Leveling the Playing Field R-151012-RR www.conference board.org
Businesses that employ people with disabilities turn social issues into business opportunities. These opportunities translate into lower costs, higher revenues and increased profits. Capitalize on the ROI of employing people with disabilities:
• Improve productivity through innovative and effective ways of doing business
• Reduce hiring and training costs
• Increase retention
ENHANCE SHAREHOLDER VALUE
• Capitalize on opportunities to meet business goals