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‘WorkCabin’ is the latest tool for Canadians seeking employment in the growing green economy
Simcoe, Ontario, Canada - Recently, public interest in climate change has dictated that businesses and organizations change the way they operate, requiring many to adopt better practices and cleaner technology to attract and retain clientele.
Launched in April of this year, WorkCabin is designed exclusively to help green employers and organizations connect with individuals who want to work or volunteer for green businesses, government departments and environmental organizations.
Environmentally knowledgeable staff constantly work at matching employers with employees with the training, knowledge, and experience in the field of conservation and sustainability.
"Canadian employers now have an outlet to advertise positions and recruit the right person with the best green credentials, experience and enthusiasm," said WorkCabin founder Gregg McLachlan.
Website users can also subscribe and receive email alerts regarding recent postings and review the "Link of the Week" which offers users a chance to review emerging ideas, programs and studies.
McLachlan believes WorkCabin will quickly become the source for all green job positions, big or small. As an introductory offer, any employer wishing to post an employment opportunity can do so, free of charge.
"We have a sincere interest and enthusiasm for people, groups and companies that are dealing with leading edge environmentally sustainable work, and I think our website shows it. Employers can be confident we will do everything possible to ensure they get the right person for the job."
Situated in Simcoe, Ontario, WorkCabin.ca is 100% Canadian owned and operated.
For more information, please contact:
Jonathan Laderoute, e|c|o, (416) 972-7401, laderoutej(a)huffstrategy.com
WorkCabin was established in 2007 as a way to help Canadians find green work opportunities. It has quickly become the source for employment and volunteer opportunities in all fields concerning the environment. For more information, visit www.WorkCabin.ca.
Article has been adapted from a news release issued by ECO. Click here for the original news release.