Workwell’s mission is to create jobs for people with disabilities and others who experience barriers to employment, while also addressing other needs they may have, such as assistance with food, clothes, and shelter. We create a positive work environment for anyone looking for a job all while maintaining our legacy as a premier vendor in our services.
The task isn’t easy.
“I remind everyone to remember their ‘why,’” Freeman said. “Our job is challenging, but we get to be the ones helping people to change their path and look forward to a brighter future.”
“ feel the world is a better place when people are being supported,” said Sean Dillon, Workwell’s logistics manager. “I have seen people who are struggling and cannot find the means to be successful, due to their circumstances, regardless of how hard they tried to fix them. That is where we step in and help them get on their feet.”
“We are all products of our environment,” said Jessica Fink, Workwell’s compliance and regulatory manager. “We cannot control the things that happen to us, but we all have a choice to become aware of our actions and choose to break the cycle and become the best version of ourselves. I was able to break my cycle and overcome the obstacles I had in front of me. I could not have done it without the help of a few great people in my life that saw my potential and drive to be better each day.”
Fink’s “why” is the heart of what we do.
“If I can be the person who gives others the opportunity to take care of their loved ones and change their environment, that reason is enough for me to be here,” she said.
Whatever your “why” was when you chose us, either as a team member or a customer, thank you for being a part of our mission here at Workwell.