Express Employment Professionals offers a range of employment solutions for businesses and job seekers, including professional search, contract and temporary staffing, assessment and direct hire, and flexible staffing.
The company is one of the leading recruitment companies in the United States. Every day, the company helps people find jobs and provides workforce solutions for businesses. The local Express team will take the time to understand a client’s business needs and can connect them with selected and qualified workers in a wide range of office services, light industrial, skilled trades and professional positions .
No wonder Express Employment Professionals was selected as the best employment agency in the Daily Republic’s 2022 Readers’ Choice survey.
New local owners Kelli Courson and Debbie Friedrich continue to focus on helping customers find the right workforce. Hiring the right person for the job is not easy. The Express team will take a consultative approach to understanding a client’s business. There is a huge difference between simply placing a new employee and placing the right employee. The Express process includes the extra step of not only getting to know the company, but also the company culture. Courson and Friedrich want to make sure their clients get workers with the skills they need and who best complement their team.
“It’s an amazing feeling to help people find hope through work and to help companies identify the talent they need to achieve their core business goals,” says Friedrich.
“We believe that a job can be a turning point in someone’s life, and we look forward to helping people as our business continues to serve Solano and Napa County,” says Courson.
Express has been involved in the Solano County community for 35 years. Courson and Friedrich say they believe the company was voted best in class because it helps customers with workforce solutions and provides career opportunities for their associates.
The local company is backed by an international company based in Oklahoma, which gives the Solano County company an edge over its competitors.
“Our relationship doesn’t end when a partner is placed,” Courson and Friedrich explain. “On the contrary, this is where it begins. Express engages with Associates to build strong relationships that help them find new or better jobs as they progress in their careers. We treat them like alumni, keeping in touch with them throughout their careers. In many situations, our associates become our clients as they progress in their careers.
Finalists: Alkar Human Resources, Manpower Fairfield
Express employment professionals
In Fairfield: 1411 Oliver Road, Suite 100
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday