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 capabilities of the individual employee.
Experienced production supervisors help maximize each worker's potential, both vocationally and socially. In addition, two professionals provide supportive counselling and crisis intervention.