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WSOL Business Highlights of 2017

11/29/2017

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Working, Living and Loving in 2018

Baseball great Satchel Paige often said: “Don’t look back. Something might be gaining on you.” As we finish 2017, we’re going to forego his advice and look back at a few blogs, highlighting our business this past year.

High points for Working Solutions (WSOL) included:

  • Making the FlexJobs Top 100 Companies for remote work opportunities the third year in a row.
  • Witnessing the increasing power of the on-demand workforce throughout more and more industries.
  • Recognizing chief executive Kim Houlne as a leader among DFW’s most influential businesswomen.

Reviewing this year, the top blogs were:

Named Again to FlexJobs Top 100 Companies with Remote Jobs
For the third straight year, Working Solutions made FlexJobs Top 100 Companies with remote jobs in 2017—out of more than 47,000 businesses.

Forbes, CNBC, Yahoo Finance Report on WSOL
From CNBC to Forbes to Yahoo Finance, the 2017 FlexJobs Top 100 Companies list garnered headlines, showcasing the work-at-home movement.

Women in Business 2017 Awards
WSOL company founder Kim Houlne was included among DFW leaders earning the Dallas Business Journal’s 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Woman-owned Business Pioneered an Industry
By pioneering on-demand contact center services for 20-plus years, Working Solutions created a more liberating way to work for freelance talent.

Building on 20 Years of Great Service
In modernizing its brand, Working Solutions evolved from an out-of-the-box business model to a well-established, respected company.

And while we didn’t follow Satchel’s advice on looking back, we do take his counsel going into 2018, with these words: “Work like you don’t need the money. Love like you’ve never been hurt. Dance like nobody’s watching.”

Here’s to working, loving and dancing in the New Year.

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