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Express Employment earns top awards

Published: Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

CRYSTAL LAKE – The Crystal Lake Express Employment Professionals office earned top honors at the international staffing firm’s SALES Summit regional meeting Sept. 20 in Lombard.

The Crystal Lake Express office received four awards for excellence and achievement in sales, recruitment and job placement, owner Terri Greeno said.

The meeting also allowed the company’s staff to participate in learning sessions focused on sales and leadership, understanding local markets, building internal teams, providing world-class customer service and improving communication with customers.

Meetings were held in Dallas, Detroit, Lombard, Meadowlands, N.J., Bellevue, Wash., Franklin, Tenn., Los Angeles and Orlando, and were attended by more than 1,600 representatives from more than 650 Express franchises across North America.

“It was incredible to be recognized for our achievements this past year, and we can’t wait to use the information and ideas we received to better serve our McHenry County community,” Greeno said. “SALES Summit has inspired our office with innovative ways to improve service to our clients and associates. We are excited about what the next year holds for Express and our vibrant local economy.”

The Crystal Lake Express Employment Professionals office opened in 2003 and serves McHenry County with temporary help and direct hire employees in a variety of fields, including administrative, commercial, data processing, technical, engineering, accounting, human resources, sales, marketing and more.

Worldwide, Express put more than 367,000 people to work in 2012 with more than 600 offices in the U.S., Canada and South Africa. Temporary staffing sales for the international staffing franchise company totaled more than $2.3 billion in 2012.

The Crystal Lake office, 829 D Virginia Road, is currently accepting applications. For information, call 815-788-8556 or visit www.expressproscrystallake.com.

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