Grande Prairie company GigItUp, a non permanent work service which started up this earlier summer season, is doing the job at holding the South Peace performing by putting together staff and those needing casual personnel.
Kaleb Penner, who is partnered with Dylan Bressey and Nolan Dyck in the endeavour, said it has been retaining people functioning even though on a everyday foundation and not a entire- or aspect-time role.
“We had an strategy to build a model and see if there was curiosity in the neighborhood for some thing like this. We identified a couple of unique spots exactly where we had been in a position to come across price for clientele and also for our workers,” Penner claimed.
“There has been truly superior aid for the concept and we identified that we got favourable response from shoppers who utilised us.”