Employer Services

Employer Services

Would you like your workforce to be more diverse? A diverse workforce includes people with disabilities. If you would like to include persons with disabilities in your workforce, Peckham can help. Peckham offers a wide range of services to employers to create opportunities for people with disabilities to be successful in your workplace.

Peckham Experience Diversity/Disability Training

Accommodation Consultation

Peckham’s team is experienced in advising employers on effective job accommodations. Most accommodations are simple for little or no cost to your business. These small changes can greatly improve an employee’s success in the workplace and boost productivity.

Screening and hiring qualified candidates with a disability

Peckham uses detailed informational and behavioral interviews to match the right person to the right job. Many candidates have gained valuable training and job experience through Peckham’s wide range of vocational training programs.

Job task analysis

Peckham employment specialists perform a detailed job analysis as part of the job matching process. This provides valuable information regarding job processes and workflow, which can help in finding the right candidate for the job.

For more information email info@peckham.org

Community Employment Services

Peckham’s Community Employment Services provides support to job seekers through fee-for-service and grant funded programs for individuals who are unemployed, underemployed or have limited work history. We are located at the Capital Area Michigan Works! Lansing Service Center.

Services Include:

  • FAET (Food Assistance Employment & Training)
  • PATH (Partnership, Accountability, Training & Hope)
  • WIOA (Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act) - Adult Programs
  • WIOA (Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act) - Youth Programs
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PATH (Partnership, Accountability, Training & Hope)

PATH is funded through Capital Area Michigan Works!, and provides services to parents receiving a TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) cash grant. Participants are referred through the Department of Human Services for job placement, support and training.

FAET (Food Assistance employment & training)

FAET is funded through Capital Area Michigan Works! and provides services to adults without dependents. Participants are referred through the Department of Human Services for job placement, support services, and training.

For more information email info@peckham.org

 

WIOA (Workforce innovation & opportunity act) - Adult

WIOA is funded through Capital Area Michigan Works! and provides services to eligible adults based on income or dislocation status. Eligible participants attend CAMW! Connections (remote presentation available) to receive information on eligibility and enrollment criteria. Program participants may receive job placement, support services, and training.

For more information email info@peckham.org.

WIOA (workforce innovation & opportunity act) - youth

WIOA is funded through Capital Area Michigan Works! and provides services to youth, aged 16-24, to pursue completion of High School/GED credentials and obtain sustainable employment. Interested candidates can speak to a WIOA Career Coach to discuss eligibility, sustainability, and enrollment criteria. Program participants may receive case management, job placement, support services, and training opportunities.

For more information email info@peckham.org.

This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, for more information visit the CARF website.

Ingham Intermediate School District