Who Should Visit a WorkBC Centre
People Who Want to Access Self-Serve Resources
All job seekers can use the self-serve resource area that contains everything you need to conduct a successful job search.
What's in the Resource Room?
- Computer workstations with internet access
- Photocopiers and scanners
- A job board with up-to-date local job postings
- Information on local employers and their hiring practices
- Resume and cover letter resources
- Staff support to help you access the resources available to you in the Self-Serve area
- Self-serve assessment tools to assist you with career and job planning
- Financial supports that you may be eligible for if you need help getting started in a new job or need help looking for work
- Service in a language other than English or in alternative formats, if appropriate and necessary
All WorkBC Centres are required to meet mandatory accessibility standards.
Sign up today! You will only need to complete an Online Employment Services application. Need help to complete your application? Staff can support you in completing your application as well as your job search related activities.
People Eligible for Employment Services
Looking for work, applying for jobs, and interviewing for opportunities can be stressful, and it can be difficult to know where to turn for help and resources. WorkBC Centres are here to help you get started and will work with you to achieve long-term employment.
Are you legally allowed to work in British Columbia and meet one of the following:
- Have a disability?
Are you employed or self-employed in a job that:
- Is unlikely to continue long-term and has irregular hours of work (e.g., casual work, on-call work)?
- Has unreliable pay (e.g., piecework, commission) that does not provide enough income to support you or your family?
Employment Services offers many options that can support you to find and maintain a job and to improve your employment readiness.
Find Your Employment Service Provider will help you identify what employment services you are eligible to receive.
Employers who are:
- Hiring staff;
- Building an inclusive team;
- Improving workplace accessibility; or
- Experiencing labour market issues in your community.
Did you know? Employers can access WorkBC Assistive Technology Services, which is funded by the B.C. government to help persons with disabilities and their employers assess and acquire technology to address disability-related barriers to employment.
Self-Serve Resources for Employers
Employers can also access self-serve resources, including the job bank. The job bank is a national labour exchange service and information technology platform maintained by the Government of Canada, where employers can prepare and advertise employment opportunities.
WorkBC Contractors communicate and engage with employers to:
- Expand employer awareness of Employment Services;
- Increase the Contractor's knowledge of local labour market demands;
- Raise employer knowledge of local labour market supply;
- Increase work experience opportunities for all clients; and
- Facilitate the hiring and retention of clients.