Vancouver Express Office Earns Prestigious Bronze Circle of Excellence Award

June 30, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Vancouver, WA - Express Employment Professionals of Vancouver recently achieved the Bronze Circle of Excellence, according to Krista DiGiacomo, Vancouver Express franchisee. The company provides employment services in Vancouver.

The Vancouver Express office received the Bronze Circle for excellence and achievements in performance, participation, and compliance criteria.

The Bronze Circle of Excellence Award is in place to both challenge and inspire all Express franchisees to produce high sales success and become the leading employment solution within their local community. The Circle of Excellence is comprised of seven levels, each level more challenging than the last. The Bronze Circle is the second circle within the achievement levels.

The seven different levels of Circle of Excellence include Circle, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Sapphire and Diamond, each coming with a set of rewards for the franchisee and most importantly, high prestige within the Express Employment Professionals Organization.

The Vancouver Express Employment Professionals franchise began operation in 1983 and serves the Clark County areas with temporary help and direct hire employees in a variety of fields, including warehouse positions, housekeepers, and manual labor. The Vancouver office, located at 2612 NE 114th Ave Vancouver, WA 98684, is currently accepting applications. For more information regarding staffing services in Vancouver, give them a call at (360) 883-3600 or visit them online at https://expresspros.com/VancouverWA/.

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For more information about Express Employment Professionals - Vancouver, WA, contact the company here:

Express Employment Professionals - Vancouver, WA
Eric Schubert
(360) 883-3600
Jobs.VancouverWA@ExpressPros.com
2612 NE 114th Ave #2
Vancouver, WA 98684

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