AtWork Group opens office in Bothell

An award-winning national staffing franchise, AtWork Group, recently announced that it will open an office in Bothell this August.

AtWork awarded the location to local entrepreneur Giri Mudili and will provide a variety of staffing services to businesses in King and Snohomish counties.

“Giri recognized a growing need for staffing services in the Bothell area,” said Jason Leverant, president and chief operations officer of AtWork Group in a press release. “His vast experience as an engineering manager for Nokia and Microsoft, where he helped build smartphones, makes him the ideal candidate to open an AtWork office.”

This location will extend the company’s national reach of nearly 100 locations. It will provide temporary, temp-to-hire, pay-rolling, and full-time placements aimed at businesses in the light industrial, clerical, administrative, and IT industries.

“My goal is to build and maintain a business that actively participates in making the local community better,” Mudili said in the release. “I’m excited about the growth potential of the staffing industry and I believe my skills and passion in conjunction with the AtWork system will help meet and exceed the needs of job seekers and clients looking for a partner to assist with staffing needs.”

Bothell’s AtWork will be located at 19119 North Creek Parkway, Suite 108 and they are now accepting applications. To find out more, call (858) 380-8413 or email gmudili@atwork.com.


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