CSR Services

Corporate Social Responsibility

Our agency strives to find and implement new avenues that will create additional value for all our clients.  At Go Ye Employment Services, our corporate social responsibility (or CSR as it is often referred to) is so intertwined with our business growth strategy that it is impossible to separate the two. We’ve realized the necessity of giving back and investing into the communities that have supported us for so long. We have programs for our candidates (job seekers and employees) as well as services for our clients (employers).

“No Application Left Behind” Program:

Job seekers may opt to take advantage of our “No Application Left Behind” program, which takes into account a wide array of barriers to employment and/or job-seeking difficulties that a candidate may be experiencing. These barriers may range from substance abuse, to poor or no job history, to a lack of skills, to a criminal background, to a lack of child care and even transportation and housing issues. 

Go Ye has established a referral partner network to connect job seekers to resources helping them overcome potential barriers to employment while increasing their chances of not only securing employment, but retaining employment. This is an optional program that candidates must willingly and freely choose to opt-in to. It is our goal not to be just another wasted application on the job trail.

Job Search / Resume Creation Assistance Program:

Recently, Go Ye has partnered with venues around Western Arkansas to begin a series of Resume Assistance and Job Search Assistance programs. These are free classes taught by staff of Go Ye Employment Services. This program goes further than simply attempting to match job seekers to job openings; it is our goal to help interested job seekers educate themselves on resources that are available to them in their job searching and career pursuits. To add even more value to these programs, we have invited other area employers to come to these sessions and talk more in-depth about job openings they have available as well as what their organization looks for in candidates. Including more than one hiring manager at these training events will prove useful in providing job seekers with a well-rounded view of job seeking tips.