It was an exciting day on Oct. 24, as Adecco hosted the ribbon-cutting celebration of its newest office located at 21 E. Second St. in the newly renovated Chadwick Building in Dunkirk. Mayor Anthony J. Dolce and his children were there to support and take part.
The event featured employment information for many positions including, account and production managers, medical billing, CNC operators, welders, office and light industrial staff.
In business since 1996, Adecco has been a reliable, steady employment force and continues to grow.
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Pictured from left, Regional Vice President Karen Walser, Regional Operations Manager Rhonda Thistlethwaite, Client Program Manager Brandi Tate, Dunkirk City Mayor Anthony J. Dolce, Victoria Tate, Branch Manager Rick Cicero, Anthony Dolce, Evan Dolce and Jamestown Branch Manager Nicole Allen.
"We feel creating opportunities for the residents of the community are crucial to the economical growth and we want to be a part of that," said Brandi Tate, client program manager. "Providing an opportunity to work has been their recipe for success for over 21 years and we are confident that we will provide the same for the residents of Chautauqua County."
Adecco is here to connect businesses with associates, temp to hire and direct hire, Adecco knows the local job market inside and out and is able to attract the best candidates through comprehensive recruiting methods. It also offers associates a comprehensive benefits package while on assignment.
For more information regarding employment opportunities or questions related to providing employment, call 366-1608.