ReEmployAbility celebrated the grand opening of its new national headquarters September 26, 2019.
The event began with a blessing from Father John Tapp of Nativity Catholic Church and a ribbon-cutting by CEO Debra Livingston and her leadership team. Attendees enjoyed light snacks and refreshments as they toured the new facility and met with team members across departments. Several local not-for-profit representatives attended to show their support for ReEmployAbility’s mission to connect people to a greater purpose so they can have a better life.
“The Autism Awareness Shop was honored to be invited to the Grand Opening Celebration,” said Jenifer Band, President of the Autism Awareness Shop located in Tampa. “We enjoyed the event and congratulate ReEmployAbility on their beautiful new location. We value our relationship with ReEmployAbility so very much. The Autism Awareness Shop would not be able to do what it does without the volunteers that are brought to us by this amazing organization.”
ReEmployAbility’s new office space will accommodate the rapid growth and future plans of the company, providing 25,000 sq. ft. of offices, conference rooms, and a state-of-the-art training center.
“We are so excited to be able to provide this space for our team to work in, it represents our commitment to our staff and our clients to make a positive difference in their lives,” said CEO Debra Livingston. “Studio+ has created a beautiful space that I’m sure our employees will enjoy for many years to come as we continue to grow as a company.”
ReEmployAbility is the largest national provider of specialty early return-to-work (RTW) services and transitional employment programs. ReEmployAbility’s program, Transition2Work®, serves employers, insurance companies, and third-party administrators (TPA’s) to match injured workers with temporary modified duty assignments at ReEmployAbiilty’s network of 35,000 nonprofit partners across the United States.