Inteplast Group Honored at Texas Workforce Conference

Inteplast Group received the Employer Award of Excellence for the Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent area at the Texas Workforce Commission’s recent conference. Pictured holding the award are Brenda Wilson and Alisha Koehl from Inteplast. Golden Crescent Workforce Development board members and staff, from top left, are Mike Milson, Lorenzo Hernandez, Henry Guajardo, Chester Sackett and Mike Wall; from bottom left are Sherri Pall, Tiffany Johnson, Raquel Garza, Nicole Hood and Jennifer Yancey.

Inteplast Group received the Employer Award of Excellence for the Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent area at the Texas Workforce Commission’s 22nd Annual Texas Workforce Conference Nov. 28-30 in Houston.

The award honors private-sector employers that are actively involved with Texas Workforce Solutions and have made a positive impact on employers, workers and the community.

“Texas leads the nation in job creation because we continue to build and support partnerships that effectively connect employers to workers and equip job seekers with the innovative skills to help them succeed,” said Robert D. Thomas, TWC commissioner representing the public. “Inteplast Group deserves applause this year for its efforts in partnering with Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent to create amazing opportunities for Texas workers and communities.”

Inteplast, established in Lolita in 1991, produces high-quality plastic products on a global scale through its three divisions: Integrated Bagging Systems, World-Pak and AmTopp.

Providing year-round assistance with local recruiting and hiring, Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent has an established relationship with Inteplast Group. At its 575-acre Lolita site, Inteplast’s diverse staff of almost 2,000 employees is bound by a strong team spirit and dedication to their customers. Through innovation and advanced technology, combined with its large-scale capacity, Inteplast provides quality, value, and complete customer satisfaction while maintaining the highest level of ecological conservation and commitment to the environment.

Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent is among 28 local workforce boards located throughout the state. The board serves Calhoun, DeWitt, Goliad, Gonzales, Jackson, Lavaca and Victoria counties. The primary goal of TWC and the workforce boards is to meet the needs of Texas employers and workers through locally designed, market-driven workforce development initiatives and services. All employers, workers and job seekers are eligible to take advantage of these services.

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