Frequently Asked Questions
What does the Regional Employment Resource Centre do?
The Regional Employment Resource Centre provides free help and services to anyone looking for new or better employment opportunities. We also have computers available for public use, training workshops and one-on-one assistance to support job seekers and employers in our local communities.
Is the service free?
All programs and services provided by the Regional Employment Resource Centre are free to our registered clients. We also provide free resume copies and faxing for job related purposes. It is free to sign up to become a client, just fill out the intake form on our website!
Who is eligible to use these services?
Our services are available to anyone over the age of 16.
Do I have to live in Russell, MB?
No, all of our services are available remotely! We are not limited be geographical location.
Do I need an appointment?
Although we do take walk-in clients, it is best to make an appointment with one of our Employment Officers to ensure we can allocate appropriate time to focus on you and your needs. Our services are also available in a virtual format (online, phone, email, etc.)
Is the Regional Employment Resource Centre run by the Government?
The Regional Employment Resource Centre is a non-for-profit organization who receives Government funding for our day-to-day operations. Having said that, the staff are not Government employees but do have the resources to refer you to the correct Government programs.