February 10, 2017, Gresham, Ore. – Express Employment Professionals, a leading staffing agency in Gresham, OR, has been named the "Best Employment Service" for the fifth year in a row.
The Express Gresham team has provided ample employment solutions and ever-improving services for the workers in the Multnomah County area. The community has decided to once again show appreciation by voting Express as the "Best Employment Service," an award that distinguishes Express from its competitors and voted on by businesses in the community.
“It’s an honor to be voted the best employment service for five years in a row,” Express Gresham Franchisee Lisa Monfils said. “As a locally owned and operated business we work hard to serve and help those in our community.”
Express has been recognized yearly as a business that is driven to assist. The team of highly experienced staffing consultants is constantly strategizing ways to enhance its services and outwork the competition. After five years of groundbreaking success, candidates and businesses alike can certainly trust the employment agency in Gresham, OR, to get the job done.
“Our mission is to provide the most timely and effective employment solutions for our clients and job seekers,” Monfils said. “Because of that, we intend to continue building relationships that not only make a difference to our community, but most importantly the people in it.”
The Gresham, OR Express office is located at 120 NW Burnside Rd., Gresham, OR 97030 and serves the Gresham, Fairview, Damascus, Estacada, Portland, Sandy, Hood River, Troutdale and Corbett areas. Local businesses and applicants are encouraged to stop by, visit www.expresspros.com/GreshamOR or call (503) 489-9450.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
The vision of Express Employment Professionals is to help people find jobs and help businesses find the people and human resource services they need.
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