Jobs Provider Participates In Improving The Community

December 28, 2015
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Express Employment Professionals - Gresham, OR is known not just for their highly-rated quality of service, but also for the fact that they play an active role in supporting their community. They are and will be involved in a variety of community events and have made many other contributions as well. Besides helping people find the best jobs Gresham, OR has to offer, they also help to improve the community.

"As an employment agency, our main focus is on helping people into employment and helping businesses get the best quality employees," says Michele Davies from Express Employment Professionals. "We understand like no other how important it is for people and communities to experience improvements regarding employment. However, we feel community spirit is about so much more than that as well, and we are proud of all the things we have been involved in already and will continue to be involved in."

When it comes to employment, Gresham, OR is a reasonably prosperous town, and Express Employment Professionals is happy to have played a part in that. This is another reason why they feel it is so important for them to play an active role in other elements of community improvement as well. They believe that, in so doing, they will give businesses and employees alike to become more successful and thereby contribute to the economy and community as well.

Also, when it comes to job opportunities, Gresham, OR the company says that residents should know that they can always turn to Express Employment, whether it is to find jobs or to find employees. "I have nothing but good things to say about Express," says one person who is now fully employed. "On my first day I applied I was working so I give them ten thumbs up."

One of the community events that Express Employment is involved in is the Les Schwab Invitational. This is an opportunity for local talent to come together and showcase their athletic skills. In so doing, they are also able to show potential employers what they are made of, and it is an opportunity for employers to find new employees whom they know have the talent they require.

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About Express Employment Professionals - Reno, NV:

Locally owned and operated, Express Employment Professionals in Reno, NV is a Full-Service Staffing Agency that continually exceed expectations by providing services to companies in our community while also helping job seekers find employment.

Contact Express Employment Professionals - Reno, NV:

Michele Davies
3973 S McCarran Blvd
Reno, NV 89502
(775) 562-0556

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