Advancing Through Adversity
The Valley Management Group continues to expand into new market territories and offer employment opportunities across the country
TEMPE, Ariz., September 16, 2020 (Newswire.com) - COVID-19 has left the world in an on-going global pandemic and economic turmoil where everyone must adapt to new social norms and health and safety practices to prevail in this new state - and prevail we have. The Valley Management Group is a private sales and marketing firm headquartered in Phoenix that believes it has a responsibility not only to its clients and team members but to the community as well. The Valley Management Group continues to take on new clients in the telecommunications, renewable energy and tech industries while expanding to new markets across the country, thus providing hundreds of stable jobs with career advancement opportunities to residents of Arizona, Massachusetts, Ohio and Nevada.
Thousands of companies both small and large have been forced to permanently close their doors all over the country. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, in August, 24.2 million persons reported that they had been unable to work because their employer closed or lost business due to the pandemic, yet only 11.6 percent received some pay from their employer for hours not worked; whereas The Valley Management Group was able to fully compensate its team members for months during the quarantine. Account Manager Dominic Freeland says, “working with (them) is like having a second family. Even when we couldn’t work, management made sure we were financially secure so we could continue to support our families at home.” State unemployment benefits capped at $240 per week is insufficient to sustain living expenses, especially after the additional $600 per week under the Cares Act ended in July. Furthermore, Arizona’s Director of the Department of Economic Security Michael Wisehart said Arizonans getting an additional $300 under a Trump administration coronavirus relief program for the past month are likely to lose that extra benefit in the coming weeks.
The Valley Management Group understands now more than ever people are looking for stability. According to Hau’oli Kaholokula, Director of Talent Management, “After the stay-at-home order went into effect in March, we adjusted our strategy and, upon reopening in June, implemented new procedures as suggested by the CDC to safely progress with our expansion plans and offer employment to job seekers. Since June, we’ve launched two markets in Boston, MA, one in Tucson, AZ, and are launching a sixth market in Dayton, OH, next week.” Director of Operations Kurtis Spahr confirmed that the company is expanding its headquarters in Tempe to accommodate its growing team as it continues to offer entry-level positions to those interested in starting a career in sales and marketing. “The amount of growth we’ve seen this year is largely due to the resilience of our leadership team. We’re excited to announce we will be entering two more markets in Nevada by year-end.” 2020 has been a year of continued growth for The Valley Management Group both locally and nationally.
Source: The Valley Management Group