Major Employers Heading to Washington, D.C., REA Career Fair to Find Qualified Candidates, and Support Veterans, Military Families, Minorities and Women

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Re-Employing America is a movement providing career opportunities for unemployed and underemployed professionals in support of creating a robust and vibrant economy for our country.

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"Williams, Adley & Company is committed to seeking skilled and qualified talent to fill positions within our organization," Kola A. Isiaq, Managing Partner, Williams, Adley & Company, LLP.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national unemployment rate has dropped to 7.8 percent; however, many companies have yet to staff unfilled positions, leaving many Americans without work. Re-Employing America brings together corporate, governmental, and business employers with qualified potential employees, e.g., veterans, military families, women, minorities, unemployed and underemployed. Employers looking for top talent are urged to register on REA’s website and exhibit at this unique career fair on Friday, November 16, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

In this current economic climate, there are more applicants than available positions; employers are looking to fill these openings with the most qualified individuals. Re-Employing America is providing employers a cost-efficient, face-to-face opportunity to meet with qualified candidates. REA is using a global human capital solutions firm to assist in matching up prospective candidates’ skill sets with employers’ needs. Employers will receive candidate resumes in advance of the career fair, and private interviewing areas will be available on-site.

“Williams, Adley & Company is committed to seeking skilled and qualified talent to fill positions within our organization,” said Kola A. Isiaq, Managing Partner, Williams, Adley & Company, LLP. “It’s always a win-win situation when we can interact, face-to-face, with candidates instead of only relying on information presented in an employment application. It makes the process more personal, while creating employment opportunities thus encouraging us to do our part in helping to stimulate the economy.”

Major corporations, federal and local governmental agencies, non profits and other organizations will connect on-site with employment seekers in fields such as administration, marketing, accounting, finance, information technology, human resources, healthcare, engineering, technical logistics, sales, procurement, training, contract/acquisitions, construction and project management and more.

Interested employers who wish to exhibit at the Re-Employing America Career Fair should visit http://www.reemployingamerica.com to sign up or contact Seneica M. Sykes at 202-331-7321.

Re-Employing America’s goal is to ensure the unemployed and underemployed are provided every opportunity to successfully compete in the marketplace. This career fair represents an effort by Re-Employing America, to stimulate the American economy, support employer’s successful recruitment efforts, and provide quality employment for the unemployed and underemployed.

The Career Fair is generously sponsored by The Coca-Cola Company, American Express, GM, The United States Postal Service, Major League Baseball, State Farm, DC Water is Life, Graduate School USA, ssb enterprise, Sodexo, Williams Adley & Co., LLP, Brand Speaks, the U.S. Department of Energy, VA for VETS, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), Protocol International, and National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR).

Re-Employing America’s Mission

Re-Employing America's mission is to provide career opportunities for the unemployed and underemployed in support of creating a robust and vibrant economy for our country. Our Career Fairs will bring together corporations, governmental agencies and small businesses with professional candidates to include veterans, women and minorities who are qualified for employment opportunities. For more information, visit: http://www.reemployingamerica.com/.

For more information, contact:
Seneica M. Sykes
Re-Employing America, LLC
(202) 331-7321
ssykes(at)reemployingamerica(dot)com

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