Grant Name: Adjustment Services – Employment Services

Status:

Active

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Deadline:

Ongoing

Description

Adjustment Services is a measure used by the Department to encourage, support and facilitate human resource management and labor market adjustments, which are in the public interest. Adjustment Services provides funding to various groups in an effort to improve their capacity for dealing with human resource requirements and to implement labor force adjustments. Adjustment Services addresses labor market issues through partnerships.

Labor market issues are generally characterized by an imbalance between the supply and demand sides of the labor market. The two biggest indicators of a labor market issue in a community, region or province, are unfilled jobs and high unemployment. Labor market issues result from such situations as:

  • Company difficulties resulting in jobs being threatened;
  • Industry downsizing;
  • Industry upsizing, new development, relocation;
  • Impact of new technologies;
  • Labor shortages;
  • Shortage of year round opportunities; and
  • Lack of community and organizational capacity for human resource management.

For further information on this program and the application process, please contact your local Employment office in your area, listed on the Contacts tab above.

Eligibility

Eligible Applicants: Applicants eligible for funding under Adjustment Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Employers
  • Employee and employer Associations
  • First Nations
  • Communities and community groups
  • Industry Associations

Eligible Activities: Activities eligible for funding under the Labor Force Adjustments component of Adjustment Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Activities responding to layoffs that facilitates the transition to a positive future for affected workers.
  • The setting up of a temporary service offering employees facing job loss with early retirement option information, labor market information, employment program information and employment action planning
  • Human resource management for workers not affected by a layoff
  • Human resource management for companies or sectors facing change or expansion

Soft skills training (up to 50% of eligible costs) for up skilling employees pertaining to their current job. Applicable to Small and Medium size enterprises of 100 employees or less. Employee salaries during training time are not covered

How to Apply?

For further information on this program and the application process, please contact your local Employment office in your area, listed below.

Funding Amount

Based on individual applications

Contact Information

  Email Location
Miramichi (Regional Office) PETLworkingNBMiramichi@gnb.ca 152 Pleasant Street, Miramichi
Péninsule acadienne (Group) EPFTTravailNBpeninsuleacadienne@gnb.ca 20E St-Pierre Boulevard West, Caraquet
Restigouche/Chaleur (Group) PETLTravailNBcampbellton@gnb.ca 157 Water Street, Campbellton
Central (Group) PETLWorkingNBFrederictonregion@gnb.ca 300 Saint Mary’s Street, Fredericton
Northwest (Group) EPFTTravailNBregionNordOuest@gnb.ca 121 de l’église Street, Edmundston
Southeast (Group) PETLWorkingNBsoutheastRegion@gnb.ca 200 Champlain Street, Dieppe
Southwest (Group) PETLSaintjohn@gnb.ca P. O. Box 5001, Saint John

Processing Fee

N/A

Location/Classification

New Brunswick
Post-Secondary Education/Training/Labor

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