Klamath Falls, Ore. – Express Employment Professionals, a leading temp agency in Klamath Falls, OR, is proud of the moments spent during the holiday season and hopes that everyone in the community enjoyed a merry Christmas.
Christmas is the most suitable occasion for giving awesome gifts to deserving loved ones. It’s also one of the most expensive times of the year, especially for those in-between jobs. That is why Express made it a priority to work with the individuals in the community who were in desperate need of employment solutions, and the hard work paid off.
"This is definitely going to be an exciting year for us and our community," Express Klamath Falls Managing Partner Jillian Stork said. "We're all looking forward to what the new year will bring and the opportunity to help find new jobs for enthusiastic candidates."
Whether it’s assisting in establishing a fruitful career for a hardworking job candidate or meeting the employment needs of a local business, the staffing agency in Klamath Falls, OR, will work relentlessly to guarantee a successful recovery for each and every citizen in the area.
"Our team worked diligently to ensure a successful holiday for our clients and associates," Stork said. "It's so rewarding to know we've contributed toward making someone's holiday happen and a New Year resolution come true."
The Klamath Falls Express office is located at 104 N 11th St., Klamath Falls, OR 97603 and serves the Klamath Falls area. Local businesses and applicants are encouraged to stop by, visit www.expresspros.com/KlamathFallsOR or call (541) 238-5681.
For More Information:
Jillian Stork, Managing Partner
Express Employment Professionals of Klamath Falls, OR
104 N 11th St.
Klamath Falls, OR 97601 and
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