SPS has shown outstanding leadership in recruiting, retaining, and developing young adult workers as part of a broader talent acquisition strategy.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 23, 2015
Swiss Post Solutions (SPS), an innovative leader in business process outsourcing and digitization solutions, is proud to announce that it has been recognized by the National Fund for Workforce Solutions as the 2015 Young Adult Employer Champion.
“With proactive hiring practices and programs designed to cultivate young employees, SPS has shown outstanding leadership in recruiting, retaining, and developing young adult workers as part of a broader talent acquisition strategy that places a premium on human capital development that is celebrated and actively pursued from the Global CEO down to front line staff,” said Lou Miceli, Executive Director of JobsFirst NYC, who nominated Swiss Post Solutions for the prestigious award.
As part of the award recognition, representatives from Swiss Post Solutions’ human resources team shared their best practices for working with young adults in a moderated workshop at the National Fund’s 2015 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD earlier this month. Attendees from previous Annual Meetings include U.S. Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez, and several Fortune 500 CEOs and community leaders.
SPS North America Chief People Officer, Russ Cusick, said, “It is truly an honor to be recognized for our commitment to fostering career development for our employees. SPS has been a true advocate in providing an innovative and encouraging learning environment, and we look forward to continuing to take a leadership role in providing opportunities for young employees, and growing our partnership with JobsFirst NYC.”
Recently, Swiss Post Solutions’ corporate trainers have also received accolades for their contributions to local employee development organizations, and have been featured as keynote speakers in several prominent seminars in New York City.
About The National Fund
The National Fund is an unprecedented initiative of national and local funders whose goal is the career advancement of low-wage workers using a model of substantial employer engagement to increase the potential for successful outcomes. Operating in more than 30 communities across the United States, the National Fund promotes the development of employer-led industry partnerships that guide educational and training investments in skills and credentials. The unique value of the National Fund rests on its support for local communities to organize and sustain regional funding collaboratives that invest in worker skills and their key regional industries. The collaboratives are catalysts for generating additional investments in creating sectoral workforce partnerships, training workers, and improving workforce practices. The National Fund is advancing careers, addressing employer needs, and changing policies.
Swiss Post Solutions (SPS) is a leading outsourcing provider of solutions for paper-based business processes and innovative services in document management. SPS' 7,400 employees support business clients in the areas of financial services, insurance, media, entertainment, legal, higher education, and manufacturing in their digital transformation. Part of the Swiss Post group, SPS is headquartered in Zurich and Berne (Switzerland) with an active presence in all important international economic regions.
Swiss Post Solutions (SPS) North America (NA) offers a comprehensive suite of innovative business process outsourcing solutions and document management services that transform key business applications from paper to digital documents, enabling improved workflow and enhanced efficiencies. In the field of outsourced office services, SPS NA leverages its focus on process improvement to provide mailroom management, managed print services, reprographic services, IT helpdesk support, front office and reception services. Headquartered in New York City, SPS NA has offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC and Toronto, and operates secure document processing centers in Long Island City and Toronto.