Support Services Available for Laid Off Macaroni Grill Employees

 Employees who were recently laid off following the closing of the Macaroni Grill can receive no-cost career services through Worksource Clackamas, partnering with Workforce Development, at Clackamas Community College. Waterloo Restaurant Ventures, Inc. of Vancouver, announced the closing of four Macaroni Grill restaurants earlier this week, including the Clackamas Town Center site. 

 Worksource Clackamas can provide assistance and resources for a variety of career advancement services including:

  • Filing for Unemployment Insurance
  • Using iMatchSkills – the Employment Department’s job matching tool
  • Clackamas County resources
  • Assistance with short-term training
  • Career counseling
  • Local labor market information
  • Access to career advisers, workshops and networking opportunities

 

Worksource Clackamas is sponsored by the Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County (WICCO), http://www.worksourceclackamas.org/. For more information, contact Linda Wood, Rapid Response coordinator, at 503-594-3114 or email Lwood@clackamas.edu

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