American Labor Helps Employees Enjoy the Holidays
Most Americans are reminded at every turn that Christmas is a time of giving. While the festive holiday is usually one of the most anticipated for children, the idea of buying everyone gifts can be a burden for individuals with less financial means. To help spread some holiday cheer, American Labor Services would like to share how it has helped make the holidays more enjoyable for employees in need.
“The holidays can be stressful for many employees because they have to decide whether they want to pay mounting bills or put a smile on their kid’s face on Christmas,” said Benjamin Kaplan, President of American Labor. “No one should have to make that decision.”
American Labor is helping employees enjoy the upcoming holiday through several initiatives that were spearheaded in December. Here is a progress report of American Labor’s charitable giving efforts.
Toys for Families in Need
American Labor has donated toys, board games, and items to employees in need. Our very own Yudelka Cabral delivered the first Scrabble set during the first weeks of December.
Coat Drive Off to a Running Success
Several generous individuals have donated gently used winter coats to help employees in need. Employees have expressed their gratitude for the gifts, and many will now to be able to prioritize paying for essential bills or buying gifts for their loved ones.
Gift Cards for the Most Passionate Workers
American Labor is recognizing the work of several employees, and giving them gift cards as part of its new Employee Appreciation Program. Ramon Coma is the first employee to be selected. Coma and others from American Labor’s branches will receive a $50 gift card to Walmart.
American Labor encourages members of the community and organizations to extend a helping hand to individuals in need this month. Employees who work with American Labor should reach out to their specific branch if they are interested in learning more about the programs listed above.
To learn about available job opportunities, please call 844-967-5257 or visit americanlaborservices.com.