In addition to helping individuals find jobs in the community, Goodwill helps employers find the right talent with the right skills for the right job.
Training and employment for people with disabilities are Goodwill's primary focus, and we pride ourselves in providing employers a ready and motivated workforce. We help individuals become contributing members of our community versus relying on other taxpayers and government assistance programs. We offer "real work" experience at Goodwill, employers get employees who are ready to work and can hit the ground running.
Your greatest competitive advantage is the people who staff your organization. Finding the right talent with the right skills for the right job is not always easy, but critical to keeping your business moving forward. That is where Goodwill TalentBridge comes in.
Recruitment Process Outsourcing means our team of experienced recruiting consultants work hand in hand with an organization’s human resources department or hiring leaders to provide additional talent acquisition resources. GoodwillTalentBridge can manage all or part of the recruiting process, adding supporting elements and services as necessary.
Goodwill Workforce Connection Centers provide local companies with the opportunity to meet with people in the community who are looking for jobs and want to be connected to area businesses. Partner companies can share information about themselves, meet with potential candidates and even interview onsite.
If you are an employer looking for talent, we can provide customized strategic solutions for your company. Our staffing service, has 100 years of experience in Workforce Development and job training. Whether you need to fill entry level positions or recruit senior executives, we connect job seekers with employers, using a variety of platforms.
Mission Support Center
Tel: (414) 847-4200
James O. Wright Center for Work & Training
Tel: (414) 353-6400
Metropolitan Chicago -
Tel: (312) 994-1440