Work Skills recognized as one of state’s Cool Places to Work

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Work Skills Corporation (WSC) – Work Skills Corporation has been recognized as one of Crain’s Cool Places to Work in Michigan, as announced by Crain’s Detroit Business in partnership with Best Companies Group. As one of the 100 companies selected, this award recognizes WSC for building an enviable workplace that includes flexibility, empowerment and effective relationships.

“WSC is honored to be included among our colleagues recognized as one of Crain’s Cool Places to Work in Michigan” said WSC President and CEO, Tina Jackson. “We are especially proud of our staff for all their ongoing flexibility, adaptability and resilience as we continue to work together to deliver high quality services.”

About Crain’s Cool Places to Work:

Crain’s Cool Places to Work in Michigan award recognizes employers that go the extra mile to make employees feel appreciated—as judged by the employees themselves. Organizations from across the state entered the two-part assessment coupled by an employer benefits and policies questionnaire and an employee engagement and satisfaction survey. Seventy-five percent of the overall ranking is weighted by employee feedback—truly putting the people in the driver’s seat. Proving its commitment to keeping their people happy in both the here and now and in the long run.

About Works Skills Corporation:

Work Skills Corporation (WSC), headquartered in Brighton, has provided services focused on helping individuals identify, secure and retain employment for more than four decades. WSC exists to serve people with disabilities and other employment barriers by offering progressive educational and vocational development opportunities based on a person-centered approach. Corporately, WSC focuses on an individual’s abilities rather than his or her disabilities. This philosophy has carried WSC through 48 years and has contributed to its reputation as a successful and well-respected 501(c)(3) organization. To date, WSC has expanded to seven all-inclusive divisions that provide services to youth, adults and employers in the following areas: employment and training, art, home health care, secondary education, staffing, production and residential services. WSC is recognized in the community-at-large as an exceptional service provider of quality support to individuals, families, businesses, organizations and other community stakeholders.

Learn more at www.wskills.com.

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