EmployAbility Limerick provides support services for those living with an injury, illness or disability, launched its new premises on Mallow Street on July 16.
All services provided are free, not only for clients but also for employers, with free recruitment and employment services provided for potential employers. Help and support is offered to applicants, to ease people back into employment and to overcome any hurdles they may face.
Jerry O’Dea, metropolitan mayor of Limerick, and Alan Quinlan, former Ireland and Munster rugby player, attended the launch to show their support for the EmployAbility Limerick, cutting the ribbon and posing for photos to commemorate the day.
This new building, along with new branding, is helping to revitalise EmployAbility Limerick, with their new tag-line, ‘empowering people, supporting business’, showcasing a simple, but effective plan.
Photos by Frances Fitzgerald, for I Love Limerick. All Rights Reserved.