A Colorado Springs Temp Agency, Express Employment Professionals, Wins ClearlyRated’s 2020 Service Excellence Awards

February 27, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Express Employment Professionals, a Colorado Springs temp agency, announced that they have won the ClearlyRated Best of Staffing® Client and Talent Awards for providing superior service to their clients and employees.

ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing® Client and Talent winners have proven to be industry leaders in service quality, based entirely on ratings provided by their clients and employees.

On average, clients of winning agencies are 3.3 times more likely to be completely satisfied, and employees who have been placed by winning agencies are 1.7 times more likely to be completely satisfied with the services provided compared to those working with non-winning agencies.

Express received satisfaction scores of 9 or 10 out of 10 from 63.4% of their clients, significantly higher than the industry’s average of 24%. Nearly 68% of employees also gave Express a satisfaction score of 9 or 10 out of 10 compared to the industry average of 45%.

"Now more than ever, it is important for staffing firms to deliver consistently remarkable experiences to the clients and talent they work with,” said ClearlyRated’s CEO, Eric Gregg. “This year’s Best of Staffing winners have shown their commitment to exceptional service, committing to not only measuring satisfaction, but taking action on the feedback. I couldn't be more proud to showcase these industry leaders alongside feedback from their actual clients and employees on ClearlyRated.com and applaud them for their commitment to making improvements at their respective firms!”

Express is committed to the vision of helping as many people as possible find good jobs by helping as many clients as possible find good people. With its international headquarters based in Oklahoma City, Express has more than 825 franchises in the U.S., Canada and South Africa.

The Colorado Springs recruitment company franchise began operation in 2015 and serves the Peoria, Glendale, Sun City, Surprise, Avondale, Buckeye, Goodyear, West Phoenix and part of Tolleson areas with temporary help and direct hire in a variety of fields, including manufacturing and distribution, skilled trade, industrial and professional staffing.

The Colorado Springs Express office, located at 1234 E Woodmen Rd #110, Colorado Springs, CO 80920 is currently accepting applications.

About Express Employment Professionals

At Express Employment Professionals, they’re in the business of people. From job seekers to client companies, Express helps people thrive and businesses grow. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, OK, their international network of franchises offers localized staffing solutions to the communities they serve, employing 552,000 people across North America in 2019. For more information, visit www.expresspros.com/ColoradoSpringsCO or call (719) 266-9980.

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For more information about Express Colorado Springs, contact the company here:

Express Colorado Springs
Jenny McCallum
(719) 266-9980
Jobs.ColoradoSpringsCO@expresspros.com
1234 E Woodmen Rd, Ste. 110
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

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