Workforce Extensions Monbulk has developed from humble beginnings supplying casual labour to a few wholesale nurseries and flower growers in the Monbulk district. Rapid growth based on a quality, personalised service has been a hallmark of the company. They now provide On-Hired Labour and Recruitment Services across Melbourne from Geelong to Toolangi through many industry sectors.
Kilsyth and Mountain District Basketball Association (K&MDBA) President Malcolm Allison said “It is great to have a local community minded organisation like Workforce Extension Monbulk join our team. There support will ensure the future success of our Club, through the young stars of our SEABL Development League teams.”
Workforcexs Managing Director Phil McLean is looking forward to a successful and fun partnership with the Cobras, “Whilst business is about fun and profit, branding and relationships and increasing profile, it is also about community involvement. We believe that Workforce Extensions Monbulk’s sponsorship of the Development League teams sits at the foundation of the company’s desire to be involved with organisations that are committed to achieving the very best in themselves and their people. We believe members of this League are such individuals and we are willing to do our best to support their efforts to excel,” he said.
Workforce Extensions Monbulk has been operating since 2002, “We successfully service clients across the Melbourne Metro area and also Country Victoria. We have developed a team of friendly, committed and experienced professionals who are totally focussed on helping businesses with their staffing needs. We are keen to provide the right person, at the right time, with the right capability for the right investment. We encourage you to make the right call 9756 7900. We will listen to your specific needs, provide a solution that works for everyone involved and then work really hard at making your life easier,” said McLean.
Allison is excited about the Kilsyth ‘Workforcexs’ Cobras prospects in 2009. “We have made the move to the SEABL Development League in 2009 and with the support of Workforcexs both our men and women teams should be in for a successful year under coaches Rod Popp and Ed Dunstan,” he said.
The Kilsyth Workforcexs Cobras will kick of their 2009 Season at Frankston on March 7, with the Men playing their first home game on March 21 and the Women joining them in a double header on March 29 against Knox. Workforcexs have shown their support by ‘Backing the Black’ and we encourage the local basketball community to do the same and ‘BACK THE BLACK’ in 2009.
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