Goodwills can provide employees with the skills and interests that meet the requirements of your jobs. We train workers for jobs in hospitality, health care, banking, retail, IT, office administration, custodial services, food services, manufacturing and other industries, depending upon the needs of local employers. Many Goodwills have skilled workers to fill your temporary positions as well.
The Goodwill® in your community can help you understand how simple workplace accommodations and assistive technology devices can promote career success for employees with disabilities. They can connect you with information about tax benefits and special funding opportunities that may be available when you hire workers with disabilities and/or those who have low incomes.
Goodwill Solves Business Needs
General Motors, Briggs & Stratton, and the U.S. Navy, Marines, Air Force and Army are just a few of the many employers that have tapped into Goodwills’ rich contract expertise. In 2012, Goodwills generated $636 million in contract work. The Goodwill in your community has a well-trained staff and supervisors, and the experience needed to handle large and small jobs.
View a list of Goodwills’ contract capabilities in your area, including document management, assembly, packaging, custodial or food services, groundskeeping, and more. The Goodwill in your area may also be able to train workers to meet the specific demands of your business.
Serve Your Community
Learn how establishing cause partnerships with Goodwill, a household name and respected brand, makes good business sense.
Market Your Products and Services
Learn more about sponsor and vendor opportunities throughout the year.