In 2011 we started Ironside Human Resources with the mission not to be the biggest staffing firm just the _best_, 10 years later, I am proud to say that still holds true.** Our mission to be the “best” means that we are always striving to be the best for our clients, candidates, and our employees. Overtime as our team has grown, I am extremely pleased to see that the growth of each and every one of our individual employee’s growth has been parallel to that of our firm’s growth. And while we have made great progress in shaping our company’s vision, I have realized over the past years how we should always strive further to be the best for our employees. As we celebrate our tremendous growth, we believe in paying that forward to the employees that made Ironside HR the company that it is today. That is why we offer our staff the best commission packages in the business, benefits, along with a supportive work environment and culture. It is with great appreciation and gratitude to our employees that we even have this firm, a business, and great success with our clients’ organizations.
Moreover, another pleasure I have appreciated seeing as our company has grown these past 10 years is how our employees are growing not only in their professional careers but in their personal lives. It is because of the industry that we are in, the opportunities that we provide our employees, that we have enjoyed seeing our employees reach huge milestones such as purchasing new homes, cars, and affording a better lifestyle for themselves and their loved ones. Moments such as these that I can celebrate with my employees are truly the best of achievements that I am glad to see have been brought to reality. To imagine, that as 10 years has flown by, it is truly unbelievable that the company that started out of my home office is now a national staffing firm embodied with some of the most amazing individuals I have ever had the pleasure of working and leading. And so, in celebration of our company’s 10 year anniversary, I am excited to see where the next 10 years will take us.”