Who We Are

At Dixon Hall Employment Services, we are constantly striving to enable our community to achieve their full economic potential. We champion equality and accessibility, making sure that everyone gets the opportunity to progress in employment and learning. 

Dixon Hall’s Employment Services department works with over 1,500 individuals every year, connecting them with employment and training opportunities that suit their needs. We offer free job readiness, training, and skills development services to facilitate clients entry, or re-entry, into the workforce. We also assist with professional employment services for companies looking to hire.

For Job Seekers

Built on over 80 years of dedicated service to the community, and with a reputation as a professional, non-judgmental service provider powered by skilled staff who are committed to helping clients find meaningful employment, Dixon Hall’s Employment Services offers job-seekers:

To get started on your journey towards securing meaningful employment, please complete this form or contact: esc.info@dixonhall.org. 

For Employers

At Dixon Hall, we know how time consuming it can be to find the right candidates for vacant positions in your organization. With this in mind, we take the stress out of recruitment by offering:

Recruitment Support

Human Resources Support

Other Incentives

Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS)

Dixon Hall Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) program helps adults to develop and apply communication, numeracy, interpersonal and digital skills to achieve their goals. The LBS program serves learners who have goals to successfully transition to employment, post secondary, apprenticeship, secondary school, and increased independence. The program includes learners who may have a range of barriers to learning.

Why Join This Program

The LBS program offers a safe and supportive small group learning environment for adults who are interested in developing literacy, numeracy and basic technological skills that will allow them to live more productive lives. Through our Literacy and Basic Skills program, learners can upgrade their skills to pursue goals of preparing to:

Who can join this program?

The Literacy and Basic Skills program is open to individuals who:

How to join this program:

For more information, please contact: Maxine Brown-Simpson, Literacy & Basic Skills Instructor e. maxine.brown-simpson@dixonhall.org  t. 416.863.0499 x2060 

This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement.