A Temp Agency in Phoenix Reaches Milestone for All-Time-High Associate Hours Worked

May 30, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Phoenix— In a testament to the dedication provided to Maricopa County, Express Employment Professionals, a top temp agency in Phoenix, was recognized recently for attaining an impressive milestone, according to Daria Buss, South Phoenix Express franchisee.

Since its inception, the provider of employment in Phoenix has been an integral part of the community that surrounds it. The milestone records an all-time-high total of associate hours worked by surpassing 7,000 hours in one week.

“At the heart of what we do every day at Express is putting great people in great jobs. We truly listen to our job applicants and place them in positions where they can thrive. As the Arizona economy continues to grow, 2019 will be a history-making year for our office. We are grateful to have the opportunity to serve the South Phoenix community.”

The South Phoenix Express Employment Professionals franchise began operation in 2003 and serves the South Phoenix and Ahwatukee areas with temporary help and direct hire employees in a variety of fields, including Office Services, Light Industrial and Professional positions. The Phoenix office, located at 3230 East Broadway Road B-110, Phoenix, AZ 85040, is currently accepting applications. Local businesses and applicants can stop by, call (602) 458-9500, or visit online at www.expresspros.com/PhoenixSW.

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For more information about Express Employment Professionals - S. Phoenix, AZ, contact the company here:

Express Employment Professionals - S. Phoenix, AZ
Daria Buss
(602) 458-9500
swphoenixaz@expresspros.com
3230 East Broadway Road B-110 Phoenix, AZ 85040

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