New York, May 2010 – Tandym Group is proud to announce that one of its temporary employees, Christine Mathurin, was nominated for the New York Staffing Association’s Staffing Employee of the Year Award. She was chosen as one of four finalists invited to attend the awards ceremony and luncheon presentation hosted at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York on Tuesday, May 18, 2010.
Healthcare Staffing Coordinator Amanda Bleakney nominated Christine because she feels that Christine embodies the five key messages of the American Staffing Association: jobs, flexibility, bridge, choice, and training. The five messages relay what the organization believes to be the major benefits of working as a temporary employee.
Christine’s flexibility in choice of assignment allowed her to work at four different clients of Tandym Group. Her work as a temporary employee helped to bridge the gap until she found a permanent job offer. She was able to choose when and where she worked while gaining experience and knowledge of a variety of organizations. With these assignments, Christine increased her population-specific skills through orientation and free training thus increasing her overall marketability as a great candidate.
“Christine Mathurin has always been a pleasure to have working on our assignments,” said Staffing Coordinator Amanda Bleakney. “She is positive, flexible, a great communicator, always gives extra effort, and is a shining example of what we look for in our temporary employees.”
Tandym Group congratulates Christine on her nomination and a job well done for exemplifying the qualities that all employers are seeking in their ideal candidate.
For more information about the New York Staffing Association, please visit: www.nystaffing.org