For Immediate Publication
IT'S CELEBRATION TIME FOR THE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES CENTRE
Hawkesbury, October 17th, 2013 - Yesterday, the Employment Services Centre (CSEPR) held a celebration event with its employees and its Board of Directors to highlight the Centre's 30th anniversary. Obviously, the Centre wanted to point out this important step in its existence, but also offer its employees an enjoyable evening with the Board of Directors.
"The CSEPR team is comprised of professionals who are dedicated to the Prescott-Russell community and they work hard to ensure that clients who take advantage of our different programs and services attain success", commented André Roy, Executive Director for the CSEPR. "We often forget to mention the hard work accomplished by our teams, and I thought it was important to give them an entertaining evening to thank them for their daily efforts that brought upon the outstanding performance and envied reputation of the Centre", concluded Mr. Roy.
During the evening, after a nice meal completed by a fabulous anniversary cake, the employees received praise from their Executive Director, as well as from the President of the Board of Directors. Furthermore, employees each received – before publication in the Vision and Tribune Express papers – their own copy of the 30th Anniversary Special Edition Booklet produced by La Compagnie d'Édition André Paquette which presents a global picture of the Centre, its team and its accomplishments. The singer-impersonator Maxime Carrière was invited to entertain the group during the evening. Overall, it was a memorable evening for all who attended.
Employment Services Centre (CSEPR) is a not-for-profit corporation with 3 offices serving the vast region of Prescott-Russell. Sole organisation dispensing all employment services for the region, it is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for the Employment Ontario program, as well as the Ministry of Community and Social Services for the Ontario Disability Support Program, and gets funding for the Ontario Works program from the United Counties of Prescott-Russell as well. The Centre aims at accompanying and supporting all types of clienteles in search of work or reintegrating the workforce, as well as supporting regional employers with their staffing needs. The Centre offers a complete line of tools and resources to its different clienteles, including several subsidized programs, and through its vocation, contributes in an important way to the region's economic development.
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