Historically disadvantaged, refugees and disabled persons face a number of barriers to sustained employment. Using best practice research and direct experience, PCG offers a comprehensive approach to help health and human services agencies to analyze the obstacles facing these vulnerable clients, plan effective strategies for addressing the challenges, and engage clients in appropriate work and work-related activities. Our areas of expertise in public sector employment and work force services include
PCG approaches public sector employment/workforce services with practical experience across the program continuum – from designing programs, to analyzing program performance, to executing fully outsourced government operations.
PCG offers a clear strategy to help welfare recipients, refugees, and other client populations to gain and sustain employment and offers support services to help clients maintain work activities.
Our team uses a comprehensive, integrated set of services to help clients of public sector agencies to address their current employment barriers and to guide them on their path to sustained employment.
Networking is an important component to an effective job search. To help in this process, PCG partners with a number of key agencies that can assist clients
PCG's significant consulting experience with TANF work programs allows us to perform effective gap and statistical analysis services to help employment and workforce services organizations to best use existing program resources. From our analysis, PCG is able to offer research-based recommendations for improvements to work programs.
PCG's program design services aim to help public agencies design effective, efficient work programs that help clients to overcome obstacles to sustained employment and engage in work activities that best suit their capabilities.
To date, our public work program design services have included:
As the U.S. economy undergoes structural changes, the skills employers demand are changing too. A growing skills gap in the country's workforce threatens economic growth and the livelihoods of millions of workers and their families. State and local workforce investment boards and organizations are working to close this gap, but increasing demand, growing reporting and monitoring requirements, and shrinking allocations pose challenges to the publicly funded workforce development system. PCG's workforce development experts understand these issues and offer services to help workforce development organizations increase program impact.
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For more information about PCG Human Service's Welfare to Work and Workforce services please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-210-6113.