A Top Staffing Agency in Thousand Oaks, Calif., Express Employment Professionals, Now Offers Drive Through Hiring

June 30, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Thousand Oaks, Calif. – Express Employment Professionals, a leading staffing agency in Thousand Oaks, implements Drive Through Hiring– a way for job seekers to start their application process from the safety of their cars.

The Thousand Oaks Express Employment Professionals office was happy to receive a large turnout of applicants from all around Ventura County. Many applicants showed up earlier and waited outside in and around the parking lot for the job fair to begin. One dedicated applicant was even found waiting on his bike along the road. Having both masks and face shields ready, Express employees expected applications and resumes through numerous car windows. Once the paperwork was submitted by the applicates, Express Employment Specialists then moved forward with scheduling phone interviews with the candidates.

“Express Employment Professionals of Ventura County hosted a Drive-Thru Job Fair from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., on June 10th for the Oxnard Office and on June 16th for the Thousand Oaks office,” said Neil McMillan, Express franchisee. “We invited everyone in the community to stop by and safely fill out an application,” said McMillan. “Local companies are open and looking for workers, and we are ready to get the community back to work.”

The goal of Express Employment Professionals is to provide jobs to one million people each year. The Thousand Oaks employment company has been striving to contribute as much as they can to achieve this goal since 2006. Not only do they help people find the right jobs, but they also focus on helping clients find the right people to join their teams. Express works with many different fields, from Finance and Accounting to Professional and Administrative. They provide temporary jobs, evaluation hire jobs, and direct hire jobs.

For more information regarding job opportunities at the Thousand Oaks Express Employment Professionals office please call at (805) 418-1111 or visit them online at www.expresspros.com/thousandoaksca.

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For more information about Express Employment Professionals-Thousand Oaks, CA, contact the company here:

Express Employment Professionals-Thousand Oaks, CA
Neil McMillan
(805) 418-1111
Jobs.ThousandOaksCA@ExpressPros.com
600 Hampshire Road #201
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361

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