Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December 7, 2005
Workplace Options, the largest provider of work/life employee benefits in America, has announced plans to relocate it's Auburn Hills, MI call center to the historic Buhl Building in downtown Detroit. The move reaffirms WPO's commitment to the local economy and places the company in closer proximity to clients and Union partners in the Detroit area.
Workplace Options' Michigan based call center has been delivering services to union members for over 20 years and it's recently launched UnionSelect, the only work/life information and referral service delivered by union represented employees for union represented employees.
"Workplace Options is committed and respectful to our Union partners and families who use our work/life family support programs," says Dean Debnam, CEO. "Moving our UnionSelect call center to a region rich with union heritage reaffirms this commitment and allows us to be closer to the union partners and families we serve."
The Buhl Building was completed in 1925 and designed by prominent Detroit architect Wirt Rowland. Standing at 366 feet high, the building can not be missed on the corner of Griswold and West Congress Streets.
About Workplace Options
Founded in 1982 and servicing nearly 14 million employees and their families, Workplace Options (WPO) is America's largest provider of work/life services. WPO is recognized for its innovative web delivery capabilities, flexibility and affordable pricing models. The company's Partnership Integration Model(R) offers the most complete and thorough process for successfully integrating EAP and work/life employee benefits available in today's market.
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