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Let us guide you throughout the employment journey
If you are an unemployed, or precautiously unemployed Richmond resident seeking work opportunities, in need of some additional education, training certificate, financial support, or develop the mental readiness for employment, register to be our client and let us guide you throughout your employment journey.
A client journey roadmap
Step 1: Register to be a client of WorkBC Richmond
Work with an Employment Counsellor to help find a job.
Step 2: Participate in employment services
Guided by our Employment Counsellors, we can help you move towards your employment goal. Your personalized action plan will ensure you tap into all the services you’ll need.
Gaining new skills and credentials could be your edge to advance your career or start a new employment path. Your certification/ diploma/ degree training program could be free.
Need certification required by employers and industries to apply for a job?
Such as Computer Skills, First Aid, Forklift, FoodSafe, Customer Service and more. Contact us to get these certifications for free.
Step3: Seek for employment opportunities
WorkBC Richmond Hiring Events
WorkBC Richmond helps organize monthly hiring events with employers to connect clients with job opportunities. We feature employers such as Amazon, TD Bank and Raymond James.
Wage Subsidy Hiring Incentive
Use government incentives to secure your next job opportunity. Through this financial stimulus, employers will pay close attention to your job application.
Step 4: Start working with government incentives
Job Start Financial Support
Once you get a job offer, we will make sure you access commuting funds, clothes and tools to have a head start at your new employment opportunity.
Are you motivated to start your own business?
This program will empower you to “learn the ropes” and launch a sustainable business. You will be coached every step of the way, while receiving financial assistance.
Self-Serve Services provide you with the information, tools and resources to independently undertake job search, career planning, self-assessment, labour market research or other employment-related activities. For example, you can use WorkBC Richmond's computer to search for jobs and conduct your online job interview.