Rise

As an employer, you know how important it is to gain a competitive edge in the labor market. Rise can help you find and keep good workers.

Rise matches hard-working, dependable individuals with temporary and permanent employment positions in businesses throughout Minnesota. We can assist you with recruitment, selection, on-the-job training, follow-up support services, and job customization.

Rise helps place people in many industries, all of whom have varying degrees of educational background, vocational training, and previous employment experience. Some examples of previous placements include:

•Clerical    •Hospitality    •Services    •Manufacturing    •Sales    • Skilled trades

Rise does not charge its business partners a fee for workforce development or consultative services and we’re only satisfied if hiring Rise workers makes your business better and your job easier. Our team members know how to structure partnerships that work, and you’ll have access to our expertise at every stage of the process.

If you’re looking for just the right person to work for you, give us a call. Read about some of the people enjoying success in the workplace:

See how a Walgreens store manager appreciates working with Rise in hiring a quality employee.

An Airtex production manager credits a person placed by Rise in helping grow her team.

See how a Walgreens store manager appreciates working with Rise in hiring a quality employee.

An Airtex production manager credits a person placed by Rise in helping grow her team.

If you are interested in hiring dedicated, hard-working employees please reach out to one of our Vocational Program Directors below about finding the right person for your business.
In the Twin Cities: Robert at 612-706-2521; email: rreedy@rise.org
In East Central Minnesota: Mike at 651-257-2281; email: mharper@rise.org
In Central Minnesota: Amy at 320-656-5608; email: acarter@rise.org

If you are looking for other ways to partner with Rise, we have options that can be tailored to best suit your business, including being an evaluation site, a subcontract and supported employment site, or a corporate sponsor. For information about the ADA, take a look at: Resources in the Workplace

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