, an IT services company based in Holland, Michigan, hired Wilhelmina Korpi as an account executive for the sales team in Southwest Grand Rapids and Jodi Owczarski as an account executive responsible for building the Worksighted client base in the Lakeshore region.
The Vice President and Director of Sales, Mike Harris, says the recent hires reflect the firm’s continued growth. Harris says the company anticipates hiring up to 30 more people in 2016. However, Harris says that attracting new talent is just one part of the firm’s strategy to serving their customer. He says Worksighted is keenly focused on retaining existing talent and creating a corporate culture that inspires creativity, innovation and customer service.
"We work hard to keep our people,” Harris says. “It's as important as keeping a customer".
Harris cites several programs in place, including ongoing technical and managerial training, an open culture that empowers their employee to solve problems and a commitment to work-life balance.
"Our founding team are entrepreneurs and we give our employees the ability to act like entrepreneur,” he explains. We give them the ability to impact the change within our organization."
Founded in 2000, Worksighted provides responsive, innovative, and strategic IT services to businesses seeking an IT partner. Find more at worksighted.com.
Writer: John Rumery, Innovation and Jobs News Editor