When disaster strikes, we are among the first to respond to clean up and rebuild our communities. Our on-demand labor provider, PeopleReady, excels at quickly mobilizing to help businesses repair their facilities and staff up.
A Letter from our CEO
Doing more is built into the very culture of our company. We strive to be a force for good, and to be there when people, businesses, and our communities need help. This is what we call Corporate Citizenship.
For TrueBlue, Corporate Citizenship means supporting a sustainable economy to ensure people have an opportunity to work in jobs that pay fair wages, use and build their skills, where they are treated with respect and free of harassment and discrimination. It means that a trusted partner enables businesses, no matter how small or large, to grow by anticipating changes in production and securing the workers with the right skills at the right time.
Being a good corporate citizen means we protect the human rights of our associates in every country where we work and protecting the interests of all our stakeholders by committing to integrity and ethical reporting.
We do these things because they are part of our corporate culture—not because somebody else expects it and we proudly share what we do to make a difference for individuals and communities around the world.
Steven C. Cooper
Chairman & CEO, TrueBlue Inc.
TrueBlue is a force for good
TrueBlue connects people with work and changes lives every day. While that alone is transformational, we understand that we are part of the communities where we work and live. We want to play our part in creating a better life for the people and communities touched by our business.
We understand the challenges veterans face as they transition to the civilian workforce because we employ them at every level of our company. TrueBlue has placed more U.S. military veterans and spouses in full-time employment than any other recruitment firm in the world.
People who need a second chance can find it with TrueBlue, including those with criminal records. A job offers more than a paycheck – it provides a source of pride, community, and a path to stability. Annually, we employ 25,000 people who have criminal records. If people want to work, we will match them to a suitable job.