Congratulations to member Millionair Club Charity (MCC) in Seattle on their solid start-up! Just seven months in, MCC’s staffing business is on track to bill $1.2 million dollars in its first year. MCC’s largest customer is Delaware North’s Seattle Sportservice, a food service contractor that generates about 40% of total revenue. Services to light industrial […]
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued two new guidance bulletins as part of its Temporary Worker Initiative, which focuses on staffing agencies’ and host employers’ shared responsibility for temporary worker safety and health on the job. One new guidance addresses requirements for providing and ensuring proper use of personal protective equipment. The […]
Congratulations to WorkSquare ‘West,’ now open for business as a licensed branch of WorkSquare in Miami, Florida, a Certified B Corp established in 2008. The Los Angeles branch is led by Natasha White, founder of Affecting Change, Inc., a nonprofit that provides job readiness training and other supportive services to people with diverse barriers to […]
DPS, the staffing service division of Opportunities, Inc., employs people with disabilities and other barriers to employment, mainly with manufacturing clients. On average 80% of its staffing assignments are temp-to-hire. Director of Staffing Ann Janquart leads DPS’ team and reports their addition of a new business line, DPSpro, focused on making executive-level placements.
The Alliance welcomes new member Working Wardrobes in Costa Mesa, California. CEO Jerri Rosen founded the organization in 1990 after organizing a “Day of Self Esteem” for 67 women living in domestic shelters. Twenty-five years later, Working Wardrobes offers a wide range of employment services that help 5,000 men, women, veterans and young adults in […]