Provident Financial Services (PFS) has expanded its Lifeline line of financial assistance to all workers in its retail business, offering job placement services to nearly 500,000 retail workers in the US.PFS’ Lifeline program has been expanded to include the retail sector, with the addition of 1,200 jobs in the past three months alone.
The job placement program was developed to address unemployment issues, such as those that have resulted from the Great Recession and the Great Depression, the company said in a statement.
It is designed to provide employment to individuals who have lost their jobs and are seeking work, but who have difficulty finding or retaining a full-time position.
In the case of the new expansion, PFS expanded its program to include all retail workers who are part-time or have part-timers working part- time.
Pets, pets and the elderly are excluded from the program, but all other eligible workers are eligible.
PFS said it will offer free counseling and referrals to all of its employees.PETS and the Lifeline expansion will be implemented through a combination of direct pay increases for workers in retail and online sales and payroll services.PWS is offering a $300 discount on Lifeline through Nov. 29 for all current Lifeline members.PFT has launched its Lifelines for Families initiative to provide jobs and financial security to the more than 100,000 Americans in the workforce.
The program offers help with the cost of childcare, childcare expenses, and other childcare expenses for families in need.
Pft has partnered with several other nonprofit organizations to help those in need and to provide free childcare to eligible families.
The program has received a $200,000 grant from the United Way of Greater Boston.
The grant was intended to provide childcare assistance for low-income families.
In addition to offering childcare assistance, PFT is providing job placement and job search services through its website, www.payrollserviceprovidence.com, as well as through a social media outreach campaign.
It also has a number of other programs that provide employment assistance for employees and their families.
Pfts latest expansion will provide jobs in retail, retail sales, and online retail.PFPs Lifeline for Families program will be administered by PFS’ Career Services Department, which will provide support for employees who need help with job placement, childcare, and job searching.PPS is also expanding its Lifesource program to serve people in its supply chain, including manufacturing and logistics operations.
This new program will offer assistance for employers who are looking to hire or promote workers who have recently lost their retail jobs.
Pps lifeline for families is administered by the Career Services Division of PFS, which also serves as the organization’s career service center.
The company said it is expanding its Childcare Assistance Program, which provides financial support to families and individuals to help pay for child care expenses and to prepare children for college or career readiness.
The new program is administered through the PPS Career Services Center, which is located in Boston.PFLP has also expanded its ChildCare Assistance Program to include retail sales and retail sales services.
PFLP also has expanded the Lifesave Program to serve families and workers who need support to pay for childcare and child care costs, including child care for those under 18.
The Lifesaves Program will be managed by PFL, the largest employer in Massachusetts, and will offer financial assistance for families who have experienced financial hardships related to their child care and/or education.
The Lifesaving Program is administered in partnership with the Massachusetts Child Care and Development Authority, the agency that oversees all child care in the state.
Pfl is offering support to up to 15,000 workers and their dependents, including up to $1,500 in cash assistance, $300 in monthly child care subsidies, $500 in up to two months of child care support, and $500 for a single child.PFRP is also extending the Lifelines program to the state of Massachusetts.
The state is the sole provider of Lifelines in the entire state.
This includes the PFL Lifelines, PFL Care, and PFLCare Care programs.
PFRP will administer the Lifeshave Program through its Child Care Services Division.
The expanded Lifelines expansion will continue through the end of this fiscal year.
The PFS program is a part of the PFS Lifeline Initiative, which was announced in May 2018 by Gov.
The initiative is part of PFL’s $1.1 trillion plan to improve the state’s economy by increasing the number of jobs and expanding access to low-cost childcare.
PFT was also named a member of the initiative, along with PFS and PFS Healthcare.