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Tuesday, November 19, 2019
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Nordstrom, Gildan and Fossil Group Join Growing List of Businesses Partnering with MyWorkChoice to Embrace Flexibility for Contingent Workforce Jobs

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News Release – MyWorkChoice, the contingent workforce solution that makes flexibility work for companies and W-2 employees, today unveiled its new brand identity and corporate website at www.myworkchoice.com. The company has continued its rapid expansion with the addition of new customers, including Nordstrom, Gildan Activewear, and Fossil Group, in the last month. The updated brand reflects MyWorkChoice’s unique ability to empower its W-2 workforce to build their own schedules while proving that flexibility and productivity can co-exist.

Building on a proven track record in traditional staffing with a focus on distribution, manufacturing and call centers, MyWorkChoice has solved the challenge for employers to find and retain a stable workforce in a market where nearly a third of hourly employees are absent each day and staff turns over on average every two and a half months. The company’s new logo design depicts a modern timeclock, illustrating how flexibility empowers workers to select their own shifts while employers benefit from a scalable workforce without the need for overtime. Using the new website, workers can easily find and apply for flexible work nearby, and employers can gain access to an engaged and dependable workforce community.

“2019 has been a transformational year for MyWorkChoice as we rapidly expanded into new markets and helped our customers make the shift to flexible scheduling,” said Tana Greene, CEO and Co-Founder of MyWorkChoice. “Building on the launch of our new website and brand identity, we are enormously excited about the opportunity to help our customers embrace the benefits of flexibility through our technology, while providing a solution for workers to have the work-life balance they desire. This new brand reflects our disruption of a model that has not changed in decades and our continued commitment to solving today’s workforce challenges for employers and employees.”

According to the Harvard Business Review, 96% of employees said they need flexibility in their jobs, yet only 47% reported having access to the types of flexibility they need. Moreover, according to a report published by the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte, approximately 2.4 million jobs in the manufacturing sector alone may be left unfilled over the next decade due to workforce shortages.

Thousands of flexible job opportunities through MyWorkChoice are now available across cities in Arizona, California, Indiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas, and new locations are being added rapidly.

If interested in applying for a position through MyWorkChoice, potential employees should visit www.myworkchoice.com. Within 24-hours, an applicant can submit an application, be screened and approved, receive job training for the desired position, and get to work. Companies that are ready to make the shift and realize the benefits of flexibility for their contingent workforce needs should contact sales@myworkchoice.com for more information.

About MyWorkChoice

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%. For warehousing, logistics, call center, and light industrial companies, MyWorkChoice is the dependable, all-in-one workforce solution that scales alongside business needs. If you are ready to let flexibility work for you, visit www.MyWorkChoice.com

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