AZ – An employment center in Phoenix has announced it will close its doors on May 1 after 25-years in business.
The Phoenix Employment Center (PEC) said it’s shutting its doors after 25th anniversary and that it will focus on providing a more personal experience.PEC president and CEO Jeff Johnson said in a statement that the center has experienced “significant growth” and it was important for the organization to give back to the community and community businesses.
We believe that the best way to grow in Phoenix is to provide an innovative and inclusive workplace for all, he said.
We are also proud of our diverse workforce.
The closure will enable us to focus our resources and talents on providing the best quality of care for our employees.
Johnson said the center will be closed for a month and will reopen to business May 2.