JEVS

AcronymDefinition
JEVSJournal of Equine Veterinary Science (international publication)
JEVSJewish Employment and Vocational Services
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With UltiPro, we have been able to re-architect our processes in such a positive way--delivering a major impact to the bottom line through increased efficiencies and decreased expenses in staffing," said Robin Fetter, FMS director of payroll/benefits for JEVS Supports for Independence division (SFI).
As a not-for-profit organization, JEVS SFI is required to follow very strict fiscal management standards.
Previously, JEVS SFI faced a range of constraints when using a payroll service bureau to meet these intricate requirements.
JEVS Human Services is a diverse human services organization that runs over 20 successful programs providing skills development, job readiness and career services, vocational rehabilitation, recovery services, adult and residential day services, and in-home personal assistance.
is this year's Business Leadership award winner, selected because of its strong relationship with JEVS to facilitate hiring and retention of non-traditional workers.
The Inspiration Award recognizes and honors JEVS customers who have overcome the barriers that blocked their pathways to self-sufficiency.
who have managed to balance a productive work and home life with assistance from the JEVS Attendant Care program.
Contact: Kristen Rantanen, Director, Communications of JEVS, +1-215-854-1806, or rantak@jevs.
Our direct work with people with disabilities is strengthened by the Jewish values on which JEVS was founded, that is, our commitment to communal service and our mission to help others help themselves.
Coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), JEVS and its partners are hosting The Jewish Community and Disabilities: Overcoming Barriers to Meaningful Life and Work.
Todd will emcee the JEVS National RETAIN Recognition Gala, an event applauding the efforts of over 100 program participants who have made the first brave step from welfare to work.
Founded in 1999, National RETAIN, a JEVS welfare-to-work program funded by the U.