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President’s Letter

Have you heard the phrase “resting on your laurels?” It means to become complacent because you’re too busy reliving former successes. It’s also exactly what we are NOT doing as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Employment Enterprises this year.

Sure, we’ve had some great successes: we made the Inc. magazine list of the 500 fastest growing privately held companies an amazing four years in a row. We have consistently been named to the Washington Business Journal’s List of Top Temporary Staffing Companies. Multiple Fortune 500 clients have recognized us with awards for excellence as their supplier. But we can’t count on those accolades to carry us into the future.

A look ahead to the future of recruiting and human resources holds a lot of potential for great things to come. Artificial intelligence is developing more efficient and personalized communications and connections for employees. Employers are recognizing the benefits of utilizing a nontraditional workforce, like retirees and gig workers. Emphasis on employee well-being and corporate culture is creating workplaces where employees THRIVE! Our investment into these areas along with cutting edge technological advances keeps us at the forefront of workforce solutions.

The bottom line is this: our business is to put people to work and ensure their best experience there. For us, it's always been about the people. And looking forward, Employment Enterprises’ priority will remain the same. CUSTOMERS AND PEOPLE.

 

Lovey Hammel, President

 

Success is attaining your dream while helping others to benefit from that dream materializing.

—Sugar Ray Leonard

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