Labor Finders Works to Feed Those in NeedDecember 14, 2020
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL—Labor Finders the largest privately owned temporary staffing company in the United States is aware of the food insecurity issues and has taken a step to put food on the table for numerous Americans. This holiday season the Palm Beach Gardens, Florida based company is excited to partner with Palm Beach County Food Bank.
A growing economic issue throughout the United States is food insecurity; essentially not having the access to a variety of nutritious foods that supports thriving health. For many families it means not knowing what their next balanced meal will be and many will trade off in obtaining fresh fruits, veggies, along with dairy and lean protein for cheaper alternatives like fast food and easily available junk foods high in sugar, salt and fat. Health is compromised quickly. This is especially critical for children (ages 18 and under) where bodies need a wide range of nutrition to thrive, especially for brain development.
“At Labor Finders we traditionally take the employees at our corporate headquarters out to lunch to celebrate the holidays. This year, for everyone's safety, we decided to cancel this event. While it has been an extremely challenging year for commerce, as a provider of workers to essential businesses, we are doing better than many other businesses and Palm Beach County residents. Therefore, we decided to donate what would have gone to the canceled luncheon to assist in feeding those who are less fortunate,” stated Labor Finders CEO/President Jeffrey Burnett. “Our employees were quite happy about us helping others in need,” added Labor Finders Chief Customer Officer, Jonathan Klorfein. “Throughout the country, Labor Finders’ employees work within their communities to assist those in need, here at our franchise corporate headquarters, we also care about our neighbors,” said Chief Marketing Officer, Dan Shube.
Leigh Routman, the Director of Programs for Palm Beach County Food Bank was extremely overjoyed to receive the $1,000.00 donation on December 14th. “WOW what a generous gift! On behalf of Palm Beach County residents, thank you so much for thinking of the PBC Food Bank,” stated Ms. Routman.
About Labor Finders International:
Since 1975 Labor Finders International, Inc., a franchise company is the country’s oldest and largest privately held industrial labor staffing company in the United States. For eleven consecutive years Labor Finders has received top honors in the ClearlyRated Best of Staffing Client competition, giving Labor Finders the exclusive Double Diamond Award. Labor Finders operates almost 200 offices nationwide with a strong tradition of leadership as the country’s top name and resource in the business of temporary industrial staffing Labor Finders is a proud member of the American Staffing Association (ASA).
Labor Finders strength comes from the commitment of locally operated staffing offices that consistently satisfy their customers, while demonstrating their core values everyday: Respect, Appreciation and Safety. The mission is simple: treat temporary employees and customers fairly.
Note to the Media:
Presenting the donation to Palm Beach County Food Bank was Jonathan Klorfein, Labor Finders Chief Customer Officer along with Dan Shube, Labor Finders Chief Marketing Officer. If you would like a photo of the presentation to include in your news piece, please contact Celina Klee at: Celina.firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on Labor Finders or to schedule an interview with Jeffrey Burnett, Dan Shube and or Jon Klorfein, please contact Celina Klee at: Celina.email@example.com or by phone at: 561-273-8226. To discover more about Labor Finders, please check out our website at: www.laborfinders.com.
For more information on Palm Beach County Food Bank, please contact Leigh Routman, Director of Programs at 561-670-2518 x304 or by her email at: Leigh@pbcfoodbank.org. To learn more about the Palm Beach County Food Bank, please visit their website at: www.pbcfoodbank.org.