Employment Retention & Incentive Curriculum
What is ERIC?
The Employment Retention & Incentive Curriculum (ERIC) is a four-week modular training focused on the workplace skills necessary to ensure job retention. The program addresses workforce development and the needs of participants who strive to become self-sufficient.
What Does ERIC Do?
Teaches emotional intelligence skills
Encourages reflection on moral, ethical, and attitudinal aspects of employment
Enhances relationship building skills
Reinforces the value of critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Helps participants to recognize their natural conflict resolution style
Emphasizes the importance of many dimensions of wellness
“Instructor always compares the topic of discussion to the employer, and makes sure we have a clear understanding.”
We learned other’s viewpoints on life situations and how to appreciate others.”
“Information was relevant to situations I struggle with.”
“The part I liked best was the origami hats we made; it showed patience and direction.”
- Be willing and able to work fulltime
- Reside in Monroe County
- To be 18 years of age or older
- Low income
- US citizen or permanent resident
After making an appointment, FSSD Dept. Director Leslie Mosman (or someone on her team) will contact you with further information.
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