The run on food and household essentials threw national supply chains into upheaval, causing barren store shelves and panic purchasing. MyWorkChoice, an app-based contingent staffing solution, is helping companies like grocery distribution and other supply chain providers by delivering a turnkey workforce that virtually mobilizes hundreds of W-2 employees in a matter of days.
“During this COVID-19 crisis, essential businesses battling supply and demand can no longer rely on traditional temporary staffing agencies who can’t hire, train and deploy hundreds of fully-vetted workers to their doorstep fast enough; but we can and in as little as 24-hours,” says Tana Greene, CEO of MyWorkChoice. “We’ve almost doubled our client count in the last quarter and grew locations and facilities by 100 percent, including essential supply chain providers.”
A three-year old disrupter in the staffing space, MyWorkChoice is seeing a surge in companies interested in partnering with MyWorkChoice and using the company’s innovative, flexible schedule format to meet demand and expand their workforce during this unprecedented time in our country. They join companies including Shutterfly, Stanley Black & Decker, Dewalt and Saddle Creek Logistic Services, who have been partnering with MyWorkChoice and their community of 20,000 W2 workers prior to the pandemic.
“The traditional staffing agency model is dead,”‘ says Greene, who has spent her entire career in the staffing industry and saw the need for change. “Prior to the pandemic, flexibility was supporting both workers and companies who needed to scale their workforce at any given time; today it’s a critical piece of the puzzle to keep our supply chain moving and put healthy people to work.”
MyWorkChoice builds localized communities of highly productive, engaged, W-2 employees, transforming the way companies meet their contingent workforce needs. Through an easy to use mobile app, MyWorkChoice embraces flexibility by empowering workers to design their own schedule, creating a culture of performance and accountability evidenced by fill rates averaging above 95%. The company is operating in nine states, including Arizona, California, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Texas. For warehousing, manufacturing, distribution and call center companies that are ready to make the shift and realize the benefits of flexibility for their contingent workforce, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.