Total eMedical of Pompano Beach, Florida has announced plans to double their workforce. The physician-supervised supplier of medical equipment is beating the odds in a state that is experiencing a loss of 350 jobs per day.
Human Resource Director for Total eMedical, Marie Paul, has been ordered to hire over a hundred new employees to serve in an array of positions, including executive level ones.
“We seek talent through Work Force One, a government agency, the U.S. Jobs web site, Career Builder, Craigslist and local job fairs,” said Paul. “We seek to give everyone a fair chance, minorities, veteran’s, and people with disabilities. We are truly an equal opportunity employer.”
Many of Total eMedical’s new hires qualify under the HIRE Act, a federal law that hopes to boost the economy, by putting citizens unemployed longer than 6 months back to work.Total eMedical's HR Director To Double Workforce by Harrison Barnes