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555 Richmond St W #711, Toronto, ON M5V 3B1, Canada

(416) 504-5516

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yes.on.ca
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I phoned and emailed at different times asking about some basic provincial programs (laid off and skills training and education) which I was eligible for. I'm . No response by email, they aren't organized. By phone a month later they said they had never heard of these programs before and that they would just do my resume.. Well that's nice, but I'm sure that won't help me in the long run unless I am settling for minimum wage. Even then, what about career planning or education? I already have a resume. I've never gone in person, but they seem to be lacking in knowledge of basic programs, and their tardiness gives me reason to avoid them. I'm 26 disabled and interested in going back to college. Their lack of knowledge and lack of ability to refer to appropriate programs available to me could be potentially harmful and time-wasting. I'm just saying, it isn't viable, and a more naive person going to them could potentially end up in a bad situation because they weren't advocated or referred properly. Overall I'm not impressed.

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I personally have had a very good experience with YES's Eglinton west office. After signing up, you will be placed into a 3 week long workshop program, Everyday the program starts at 9:30 in the morning and end at 3:30 in the afternoon. some days you will be left out early at 12pm. They will pay you while you are there, At the end of the program, you will be roughly $700 richer and the agency's job developer will give you a job! Depending on your prior work experience the jobs they find you can be very entry level. But hey! A job is better than no job! I got a job through them and now i can finally start paying back my student loan. I highly recommend this agency to anyone with little to none work experience, or is fresh out of university/college. Thanks! Kevin W

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YES can be useful if You have little to no experience and are looking for an entry level job. The job developer that was assigned to me had a very hard time listening to my job expect ions and set me up with an interview for a minimum wage job, several hours away from where I live.

yes.on.ca
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I had great experience here at YES employment services. the staff are great people at the Eglinton west office

yes.on.ca
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A complete waste of time and money i have been their client for almost ten years they never help you and the times they do such as redoing my resume i end up with another worker who redoes my resume again and again, I need a job instead all they know how to do is write off that they've helped people. If i did this in the private sector i wouldn't have a job today. They never help people that are seeking employment. to actually receive any assistance from them i brought in a camera and filmed with them knowing how ineffectual they are. It wasn't until i threatened them with placing the posting online that they final scheduled a time for me to see someone. After seeing (waste of time) them through distress they redid my resume for at least the 10th time still I'm seeking employment by myself making everything YES stands for nothing but a rowse. YES is more self-defeating then putting on a sandwich board in the middle of the depression or 2014. Strangers are more effective then YES. If you never want employment again go to YES and begin wasting your time over and over again. I learned my lesson from them, YES is good for nothing but don't take my word for it wait till you try their shity experience you'll never go back again. incompetent and rude staff provide you with an experiance you'll never forget... but dont take my word for it you have to try it yourself to understand.

yes.on.ca
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Youth Employment Services is a great safe space for Young Adults and above to achieve goals. This program certainly helped me with a lot of things in my life. They taught me things such as responsibility, time management and hope. Being without a job for some time lead me to feel hopeless and unmotivated. Coming to Y.E.S I then regained my motivation and ended up achieving many goals that I set for myself. I highly recommend this service to the public of adults who just need that extra push, it will certainly work wonders for you.

yes.on.ca
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Would recommend to anyone who asked . The Staffs are very kind & helpful .My overall experience was GREAT!

yes.on.ca
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Job central is good and helps unemployed youth. 3 week training then 10 week placement but the job might not hire you after you finish the placement. Try to do the paid placement in a place that'll hire you

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I love it good opportunities

yes.on.ca
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When I was going through my career change I-don't-knows, I thought an employment service program would be a great idea.Wonderful! They'll put me on the right track! They'll have resources flying out their yin-yang! They'll fix my career woes before I can say "hello"!What I quickly discovered was that this is a place for people who are pretty much rock bottom, don't really know what they're doing, and need a lot of hand-holding. If you're resourceful and know how to use the Internet, this won't be too useful. But if you just need a kick in the arse... maybe it could come in handy.

yes.on.ca
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I went here June 23rd and honestly didn't even try to help me get a job just because I'm signed up with 3 different job agencies and they said I can only look on the job board to look for a graphic design job or related job! I can't believe I wasted my morning and part of my afternoon travelling from Ajax to this agency and back just to get rejection 😡 they could told me this on the phone! I won't be even using you job services again and I won't recommend this to my friend or family period! Don't waste your time here!

yes.on.ca
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One of the worst employment agencies that I have ever come across ... 1) Basically you signup and never hear from them again 2) Or you signup to only receive emails and sometimes the emails of positions sent to you are for positions you are unqualified for such as jobs that require you to have Certificates 3) The employees didn't seem knowledgeable or couldn't careless about people. The worse part was there lack of organization and communication with clients 4) On top of that the YES staff came off arrogant and rude 5) they waste your time in asking useless questions that don't correspond with what job or career you are looking for All in all, I didn’t have any help in finding a job and I was signed up with them for 3 months, I don’t recommend this agency for anyone to apply.

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Locations:

YES Employment Centre

1610 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1A7, Canada
(416) 535-8448

YES Employment Centre

1610 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M6P 1A7, Canada
(416) 535-8448

Youth Employment Service

2562 Eglinton Ave W, York, ON M6M 1T4, Canada
(416) 656-8900

Youth Employment Service

2562 Eglinton Avenue West, York, ON M6M 1T4, Canada
(416) 656-8900

Youth Employment Service

511 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 1Y3, Canada
(416) 504-8046

Youth Employment Services YES

555 Richmond St W #711, Toronto, ON M5V 3B1, Canada
(416) 504-5516

Youth Employment Services YES

555 Richmond Street West #711, Toronto, ON M5V 3B1, Canada
(416) 504-5516