Ensuring diversity groups have equal opportunities
How We Are Different
We believe meaningful work can change lives. We strive to find opportunities that are the best fit for both your skills and interests. We also work with you to develop skills that ensure you achieve a stable, rewarding career.
At Engauge, we combine our manufacturing skill set and passion for people to ensure not only that our Clients’ needs are filled, but our Associates feel comfortable and inspired to succeed in the workplace. We take personality, work style and interest into account to determine the best fit for our Associates and put our resources to work to facilitate a fair shot at the future. We don’t staff—we solve.
Partnering with Engauge provides many benefits:
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
Engauge is frequently looking for opportunities to help diverse and often overlooked populations. Engauge recently had the opportunity to attend a fundraiser organized in part by our community partners. The fundraiser will provide funding for displaced and struggling families during the CDM (Civil Disobedience Movement) in Myanmar. Currently, many families are struggling to find works and are often imprisoned because of the current political climate.
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We are a staffing agency primarily based in manufacturing that seeks to find employment for our local marginalized communities, such as refugees, the homeless population, people with disabilities, non-English speakers, the re-entry population and more. It is our goal to find the right fit for every Associate, taking into account their interests, personalities, work styles and shift and wage preferences so they might feel comfortable in their roles and inspired to succeed.
As a Community Partner, you will be given a direct line of employment for your members. We will provide informational materials to distribute, update you on our current openings, and give you unlimited access to our recruiters so we can find the best fit for your members. Being a Community Partner is not a monetary transaction—we are simply seeking to better connect with underserved communities and do that via the help of Community Partner job boards, informational flyers, job fairs and any other way we can breach the community.