Celebrating a Milestone: SITE Staffing Honored as a “Five Star Invest in Vets” Employer
We are thrilled to announce a significant accolade for SITE Staffing, recognized by the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber as a “Five Star Invest in Vets” Employer. This prestigious award is a testament to our unwavering commitment to supporting and empowering veterans, service members, and their families.
A Commitment Recognized
The “Five Star Invest in Vets” program is an initiative by the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber that acknowledges leaders in the veterans’ business community. To achieve this distinction, businesses must exhibit a comprehensive approach in various domains, including the recruitment, training, and retention of veterans and their family members. SITE Staffing has proudly met these rigorous criteria, becoming only the second business in Wisconsin to earn this prestigious rating.
Our Approach to Supporting Veterans
At SITE Staffing, our dedication goes beyond mere hiring practices. We focus on creating an environment conducive to the growth and success of veterans and their families. This encompasses providing internal support, opportunities for continuing education, and active involvement in community initiatives.
A Vision Shared by Leaders
Saul Newton, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce, commended SITE Staffing for its role in enriching the veteran community. “SITE Staffing stands out in their efforts to guide employers on effectively recruiting and aiding veterans as they transition back into civilian work life,” Newton said. He emphasized that our endeavors in assisting other companies to support veterans would significantly improve the business environment for veterans and their families.
Receiving the “Five Star Invest in Vets” rating is not just an honor; it’s a responsibility we embrace wholeheartedly. We remain committed to being a leader in veteran support, continually seeking ways to enhance our policies and practices. Our goal is to create lasting, positive impacts on the lives of veterans and their loved ones, contributing to a more inclusive and supportive community.
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