Local Company Supports the Wilson County Community Help Center While Helping Job Seekers Get Back to Work

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Staff Management | SMX to Donate $1 for Every Person Who Attends One of Their Special Hiring Events

We’re happy that we could get creative with our hiring events to support a great organization like the WCCHC.

Staff Management | SMX today announced that for every person who attends one of their upcoming hiring events, the company will donate $1 to the Wilson County Community Help Center (WCCHC) in Lebanon. To support this effort, two special events are planned. The first is a two-day job fair at The Mill at Lebanon and the second is a Family Fun Hiring Night geared toward working parents. Family Fun Hiring Night will help job seekers find work while their children play.

“I want to thank Staff Management | SMX for making this possible,” said WCCHC Executive Director Ben Spicer. “This donation will go directly to our food pantry so we can purchase what is needed for food boxes and supplement items we don't receive in non-perishable food donations. Please share this good news–together we can get people back to work and help our community members in need.”

Each event benefiting WCCHC will allow candidates to speak with local team members and go through the entire application process, including interviews and orientation. This is an opportunity for job seekers to get hired on the spot while showing support for a great community organization.

The Mill at Lebanon Job Fair will take place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 13, and Tuesday, Oct. 14. The Mill at Lebanon is located at 300 N. Maple St. in Lebanon. The second event, Family Fun Hiring Night, will take place from 6-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 237 W. Northfield Blvd., Suite 104, in Murfreesboro. Family Fun Hiring Night will allow parents and guardians to complete the hiring process while their kids eat popcorn, play games and watch movies.

“We’re happy that we could get creative with our hiring events to support a great organization like WCCHC,” said Staff Management | SMX Executive Director of Operations Myra Wilson. “Helping people get back to work quickly benefits the entire community. We encourage you to share information about these events with someone you know–many applicants will even leave with a start date for their new job.”

WCCHC provides emergency assistance to Wilson County residents in need of food, clothing, resource education and financial aid. Last year, in Wilson County alone, WCCHC distributed 30,000 pounds of food to the hungry and provided more than 1,000 winter coats to those in need. Recently, increased demand and decreased funding has challenged WCCHC in keeping these much-needed programs alive.

For more information about the hiring events, Staff Management | SMX or the application process, call (615) 849-8743. Job seekers who cannot make it to one of the special events can apply at https://apply.smjobs.com with job code 7b8s.

About Staff Management | SMX
Staff Management | SMX, a TrueBlue company, is a recognized leader in innovative workforce management solutions that deliver best talent, drive compliance, yield tangible savings and build sustainable value. Staff Management | SMX is part of the Staffing Industry Analysts’ Global 100. The company won Inavero’s 2014 Best of Staffing Client Award, has been ranked a top Managed Service Provider worldwide by buyers on HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen for Managed Service Programs since 2010 and its StaffTrack software won a 2013 TekTonic Award for innovation in HR technology. Staff Management | SMX has been a charter member in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement IMAGE Program since 2006 and holds Workers’ Compensation Risk Certification. For more information, please visit http://www.staffmanagement.com.

Alison Tanzer
Account Director
Staff Management | SMX
(775) 354-8898


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