Founded in 1950 in Montreal, the JEM Workshop Inc. operates as an adapted workplace with industrialized vocational goals, and is recognized by Emploi-Québec. The JEM Workshop's highly individualized services assist employees to function as closely as possible to their potential, thereby helping them progress toward normalized living and a productive vocational status.
Experienced production supervisors help maximize each worker's potential, both vocationally and socially. In addition, two professionals provide supportive counselling and crisis intervention.
Individuals in Montreal who have a recognized emotional, intellectual, and/or physical disability and are motivated to succeed in adapted employment should contact JEM at 514.735.4217 to arrange an interview with an employment counselor. Once an initial assessment is completed, a Hiring Committee comprised of representatives from Emploi-Québec and JEM Workshop Inc. determines the admissibility of all applicants to the Workshop.
The Workshop operates five days per week. Workers earn a minimum wage salary. Part-time hours can be arranged. Workers engage in a variety of jobs including packaging and assembly work, light machine operation, labelling, sorting and much more. Each job is adapted to meet the needs and special abilities of the individual employee.
Experienced production supervisors help maximize each worker's potential, both vocationally and socially. In addition, two professionals provide supportive counseling and crisis intervention.
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Atelier JEM Inc.
JEM Workshop Inc.
Centre Leonard & Carol Berall
8400 Mountain Sights
Montreal, Quebec H4P 2B9