Human Resources, PPC
Human Resources, PPC
Redco is proud to celebrate the success of those who embarked upon their careers through Staffworks’ employee placement services. One such promising talent is Ashley Dennin, currently Customer Service Administrator for Redco Foods, Inc. of Little Falls, New York. Ashley began working at Redco in February of 2011, having been hired through Staffworks for office assistance in a part-time capacity. Thanks to her hard work and skill, she was brought on full-time only ten months later by Redco Foods as an Assistant in Redco’s Direct Marketing department. In addition to providing outstanding service to our customers, Ashley is very creative and her gift baskets are so gorgeous, they have been published in “Tea” Magazine.
Since being hired as RDM Assistant, Ashley has been promoted twice, first to Customer Service Associate in 2013, and then to Customer Service Administrator in 2014. At every step she has expanded her talents and knowledge, an effort that has not gone unnoticed by her peers at Redco Foods. In December 2013, Ashley received the “Who Makes Redco Better?” Award, voted on by the company’s employees and given to the worker who best exemplifies Redco’s goals of Value, Quality, and Efficiency. Ashley’s dedication and adaptability, and her resulting success at Redco, are proof that Staffworks employs the most qualified candidates, and gives them the opportunities to succeed that they deserve.
Human Resources, Redco Foods, Inc
Kindred Spirits Greyhound Adoption
I started my career in the recruiting industry as a Recruiting Coordinator at Staffworks in April/2002 when Staffworks opened the Norwich Branch. Little did I know in 2002 that the opportunity that Staffworks was hiring me for would turn into the great career path that is and continues to be for me today. In my current position as the Human Resources Services Manager here at Norwich Pharmaceuticals – An Alvogen Company, I manage the Recruiting Activities across two sites and in two states. The experiences and knowledge that I gained through my tenure with Staffworks assist me each day in my position and are the foundation that gave me the position that I hold today.
I work very closely with Staffworks to assist us with our contingent staffing needs in our Operations Department and Administrative positions. We also utilize Staffworks to test potential new employees on safety, mechanical aptitude, math skills, reading comprehension and on various software programs that Microsoft offers. The testing software that Staffworks utilizes is electronically based and I have the test results in my inbox within minutes of the applicant taking the test. Given that we are a pharmaceutical company and have strict standards as they relate to safety and working in a cGMP compliant environment, we can always rely on the team at Staffworks to ensure that the contingent staffing personnel that they place with Norwich will meet and exceed these standards. We place great value in our partnership with Staffworks and the ongoing relationship that we have with Staffworks since 2003.
Whether your needs are staffing, testing, or you are searching for a career, Staffworks is the “Perfect Fit” to assist you. In today’s busy world, it is great to work with a team of professionals who are dedicated to you and want to assist you in finding the perfect fit in a career or in sourcing employees to assist your needs. Staffworks, being locally owned and operated, gives back to the communities they are in, and are contributing to the economic success of central New York.
Human Resources Services Manager, Norwich Pharmaceuticals – An Alvogen Company
Since 2005, Staffworks has been a loyal and consistent sponsor of the Chenango SPCA. Your deep commitment and compassion for animals has translated to many successes at the Chenango SPCA. With almost $11,000 given over the years this generosity has ensured that compassion, care and respect for the animals in Chenango County has remained a constant of the CSPCA. Without this help, our struggle to provide food and shelter for more than 1,000 animals a year would be much more difficult.
The compassion and caring from you provides organizations such as ours with the ability to continue our mission of caring for the stray, abandoned, neglected and abused animals in our community.
Thank you Anita and Staffworks for being there for us!
Executive Director, Chenango SPCA
We are extremely grateful for the continued support our organization has received from Staffworks. The donations given to us have especially enabled us to help animals who have been injured and abandoned and literally left with no one to help them. These animals usually have no place to go as they generally face large medical bills and oftentimes extensive nursing and rehabilitation before they can even be considered adoptable. They are animals with nowhere to go and no one to help them.
With the funds from Staffworks, we have been able to say yes to helping animals in these situations. We take them in for immediate veterinary assessment and care. If their injuries require surgery then we do what we need to do for them. They then come back to our facility where they can stay as long as they need to recuperate, and in many cases, heal their emotional wounds as well and learn to trust again. We are moved to tears when these animals, after weeks of care and rehab, are able to literally stand on their feet again and get a second chance at life. We all shed tears of joy watching them overcome their injuries and heartaches and find a home where they can be loved and cherished. The ones that end up with special needs that make them harder to place are then given a place with us for life, where they are loved and cherished by all of us here. These are happy endings, but generally with a large price tag. Staffworks has enabled us to offer these animals that second chance that no one else can.
These animals then end up touching the lives of so many humans in deep and profound ways. From our staff, who give their hearts to nursing them, to the doctors and nurses at the Veterinary Hospital who are always touched by these helpless animals and their bravery, and to the adopters who are then graced with their unconditional love and friendship in their lives. A lot of hearts are touched and opened by the compassion that was given to help these animals through their darkest hours. Staffworks is there among the helpers, lighting their way and creating a path for a lot of hearts to be opened and touched deeply. It never ceases to amaze us to see the lives touched just by one animal and their story of survival. And so many lessons are learned about how one good deed, like a good Samaritan stopping to help an animal in distress, can lead to so much good out of a tragedy.
It all starts with someone helping and giving and sharing so that another in need can find their way through darkness. Staffworks has offered that chance, and we are very grateful and honored to have you work with us in helping animals that have run out of options and need all of our help. The truth is that it is not just about that one animal in need. It's about the human heart opening and being more compassionate. These animals teach us to see and be the best in ourselves that we can be. And it is a lesson that never goes unnoticed.
Thank you for all that you do for the animals in our community, and for the people whose lives they touch.
Co-Founder/Vice-President, Spring Farm CARES
Human Resources Manager, Pratt & Whitney HMI Metal Powders
Helping Animals Live Organization (HALO) was fortunate to be the recipient of a generous grant through Staffworks and Anita Vitullo, to help HALO pay off the mortgage on our cat shelter located in Little Falls.
This was a tremendous help to HALO by saving us more than $200 a month in mortgage payments.
The money saved from making house payments helps pay for most of the food we buy every month to feed our 100 or so cats and kittens in our care. Thank you for such a wonderful donation.
President, Helping Animals Live Organization (HALO)
Anita Vitullo knows the value and benefit of having animals in our lives. Through her generous donation, Upstate Cerebral Palsy was able to develop the PAWS program: Pets Adding Warmth and Support. PAWS was created to encourage companionship between children and adults with disabilities and household pets, especially dogs and cats.
The first animal that was obtained with the assistance of PAWS was a dog for the children’s residential program. For children living at the Tradewinds Education Center at Upstate Cerebral Palsy, this has been a valuable resource. Staff at the children’s program make every effort to provide personal experiences for the children—experiences that they would have living at home with their families, including owning a pet. Children learn responsibility, as well as knowing that a pet is dependent on us for food, exercise and companionship. However, program costs do not cover the expenses associated with owning and caring for pets. The PAWS program gave these children the opportunity to adopt “Bingo,” a mixed breed puppy that they adore. He has become a member of their family and his value is immeasurable.
Other homes at Upstate Cerebral Palsy have added pets since the fund was established in 2009, including dogs, cats and rabbits. Each experience and new pet proves that Pets really do Add Warmth and Support!
Vice President, Community Development PAWS program
I would like to express my sincere appreciation of and recommendation of Staffworks Temporary Services and the long-term relationship Herkimer Community College has established with them.
Not only does your agency consist of top-notch professionals, but they have customer service skills beyond compare. When I place a call to your Herkimer Office, I can totally depend on Cheryl Zumbo or Mary Carroll Aiello meeting my request promptly and efficiently. In addition to being the contact agency professionals, I consider both of these ladies “friends” that I can chat with, confide in, and trust to deliver! In the unlikely event that they do not immediately have just the right person to meet our needs, they don’t quit there. They will continue to search until they do! And will stay in contact with me throughout the pursuit of just the right one.
Needless to say, when Herkimer College requires temporary services, Staffworks is the first agency I will call.
Thank you, Staffworks, for all that you do!
Human Resources Associate, Herkimer County Community College
I personally have worked with Staffworks for all 10 years of their existence and have only seen growth and maturity as a professional staffing service provider. Staffworks’ leadership realizes the importance of qualified, dependable, and professional candidates. Staffworks has worked with CWS to create a set of standards to assure that CWS only receives [candidates matching] these criteria. These standards include Current Good Manufacturing Practices, Safety, and Productive Work Environment Training. This training, combined with pre-employment checks which include background, drug screening and various skill assessments (through Kenexa Prove It!), assure a “Perfect Fit”.
I have confidence that when CWS approaches Staffworks on a matter, Staffworks will address it quickly, accurately, and professionally.
Staffworks provides CWS with a level of comfort regardless of the timing and quantity. Staffworks always answers the bell.
Director of Operations, CWS Contract Packaging
Anita Vitullo’s passion for the plight of abused and neglected animals is one The Community Foundation is pleased to support. With our partnership, together we can invest in the needs of our community’s animals today and be sure that Anita’s passion for these animals will carry on long after she is gone.
Since 2009, the Staffworks Fund, created by Anita, has invested $377,698 into the community, $188,498 of which has been invested into organizations dedicated to the plight of local animals.
Local organizations that have benefitted from these investments include:
- Stevens-Swan Humane Society
- Herkimer County Humane Society
- Spring Farm CARES
- Humane Society of Rome
- CNY Cat Coalition
- Kindred Spirits Greyhound Adoption Inc.
- Sarah’s Pet Pantry
- Chenango County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
- Wanderer’s Rest
- Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse
- Helping Animals Live Organization
- Helping Animals Live Organization
These investments have made significant impact in the health and well-being of local animals that may have otherwise been forgotten. Investments have been made to support fundraisers, general operations, spay and neuter clinics, and food for organizations committed to rescuing animals.
Anita is especially passionate about the plight of abused and neglected animals, and her partnership with The Foundation will allow this passion to carry on long after she is gone.
The Staffworks Fund has also helped move the following programs forward:
- YWCA of the Mohawk Valley
- The Women’s Fund of Herkimer & Oneida Counties, Inc.
- United Way of the Valley & Greater Utica Area
- Oneida County Historical Society
- Economic Development Growth Enterprises Corporation
- Rescue Mission of Utica
- CWS Charitable Foundation, Inc.
- Utica Symphony Orchestra
- Clinton Historical Society
- Kirkland Town Library
- Central New York Conservancy
- New Hartford Central Schools
- Clinton Fire Department
- Kirkland Art Center
Director of Human Resources, Cathedral Corporation
Your willingness to donate funding to the Stevens-Swan Humane Society has enabled us to provide extensive medical care to many animals that would never have been given a second chance.
This year we were able to purchase updated equipment necessary to efficiently run our income qualifying community outreach spay/neuter program. This program is making a significant difference in our community in controlling the issue of pet overpopulation. All of this has only been possible thanks to your generous support.
We can't thank you enough for your annual sponsorship of the Science Diet feeding program that feeds the thousands of animals that come through our doors each year. Keeping the animals on a consistent diet is not only great for their health, but also helps eliminate one of the causes when diagnosing stomach-related illnesses.
Your exceedingly generous support and big heart allow us to continue our mission of saving so many animals in need of a chance each year. I know you work tirelessly, and never say no when we ask for help to make a change in the life of a fourlegged friend. Scarlett was in yesterday looking wonderful and so happy in her new home, after spending four years in our shelter and receiving extensive medical care that we could not have provided without you. Thank you for making our jobs easier each day when we have to face all those helpless faces in need of our help. Thank you for helping us make a difference.
Executive Director, Stevens-Swan Humane Society Of Oneida County, Inc.
Operations Manager, Boxcar Press