A high powered team from WORC, Grand Cayman led, by Deputy Director of Compliance, Mr. Jeremy Scott, made their 1st visit for the year to Cayman Brac.
The session, which was conducted from the I.T office of the Public Library, commenced around 10.a.m last Thursday. Edward Michael Trevor Reid, a 24 year old job seeker was first to be taken through the entire process. The team was composed of members from Customer Care and Compliance.
A beaming and excited, Mrs. Maureen Tibbetts, was the second resident to be present. She was paying a very special visit to the team who was instrumental in assisting her in obtaining employment. “They are highly professional. They ensure that proper follow up is undertaken to assist us. I am testimony that the system is working.”
Priscilla Powery Livingstone, who headed up the Customer Care team said, “We are very excited to be here again. Even though this is only our second trip to the Brac, the response from our first visit last year was overwhelming. We are anticipating both employers and job seekers to take advantage of our presence here today. WORC offers a 5 step- approach to assisting as many people as possible enter the job market. There are the National Training, National Internship, National Job Link, National Apprenticeship, and National Mentorship programmes. All of these are tools to aid job seekers and employers.”
Mr. Jeremy Scott, Deputy Director of Compliance was elated to see how the programme is working on the Brac. After visiting and chatting with personnel from District Administration, he along with Mrs. Lisa Ritch, Finance Manager, viewed proceedings at the Library. When I chatted with him he said, “The senior team is here to support general business operations. We are committed to ensuring that the Sister Islands’ public is at the forefront of our services. I am delighted with the efforts of our Customer Care team. Compliance will be the key to the success of this endeavour. My thanks are expressed to Ms. Rosa Ritch, Compliance Manager, Kyle McLean, Deputy Director Business Operations, and Thoywell Facey who is the Head of Finance.”
Mrs Lisa Ritch, Finance Manager was delighted to be a part of this visit. “Happy to see the interest here on the Brac. I am pleased with the responses from the various personnel from District Administration.”
During the day there was a constant flow of job seekers and employers taking advantage of the vast experience provided by the Customer Care team.
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