Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 27, 2010
Total eMedical, a physician-supervised durable medical equipment supplier based in Pompano Beach, Florida, is overcoming both local and national economic conditions, doubling their staff, and doing their part to put residents of South Florida back to work.
By embracing this significant growth in its fifth year of business, in a state that has the third highest unemployment rate in the nation, Total eMedical has over 202 employees, many new, comprising of seniors, veterans returning from both Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as people with disabilities.
While a recent South Florida Business Journal* survey states Florida is among the weakest states in the US economy, with a rate of decline Totaling 350 jobs per day, Marie Paul, Total eMedical’s Human Resource Director has been directed to hire another more than one hundred plus employees in diverse capacities, from entry level to the executive level positions.
Paul states, “We seek talent through Work Force One, a government agency, the U.S. Jobs web site, Career Builder, Craigslist and local job fairs. We seek to give everyone a fair chance, minorities, veteran’s, and people with disabilities. We are truly an equal opportunity employer.”
In addition to hiring seniors, veterans, and minorities, Total eMedical has also hired numerous parents with children of all ages, offering them a flexible schedule. A significant portion of the new hires qualify under the HIRE Act, a federal law which aims to stimulate the economy, restore jobs lost in the latest economic recession, and put citizens who have been unemployed for at least 6 months back to work.
ABOUT Total eMedical
Total eMedical, committed to providing quality products and customer service since 2005, is a rapidly growing, family owned and operated business. Specializing in providing Medicare approved Diabetes Testing Supplies, ostomy supplies, arthritis products, respiratory care, pain management and erectile dysfunction products Total eMedical supplies patients in all fifty states and Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. http://www.TotalEMedical.com
*Portfolio.com and bizjournals developed a nine-part formula to analyze state-by-state employment trends. The formula uses U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data for the latest five-year period (May 2005 through May 2010), focusing on raw and percentage changes in private-sector employment, as well as unemployment rates.