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Working Wardrobes was recently named as one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Orange County
Orange County Business Journal and Best Companies Group named Working Wardrobes one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Orange County in their thirteenth annual awards program.
Working Wardrobes was selected to be awarded out of organizations from across the county. The award honors the best places of employment in Orange County, CA, and requires a company to meet several eligibility factors, including being in Orange County, being in business for one year, and employing at least fifteen employees in Orange County. Working Wardrobes’ policies, practices, and demographics were evaluated, in addition to employee surveys documenting the employee experience.
We are proud to be honored with the 2022 Best Places to Work in Orange County award, which showcases Working Wardrobes’ welcoming culture and one incredible team behind one mission.
Orange County Register names Working Wardrobes One of the Best Charitable Organizations in Orange County
Working Wardrobes is proud to celebrate its addition to 2022 Best of Orange County, People’s Choice Best Charitable Organizations in Orange County. Working Wardrobes is one of three top-voted recipients in Orange County Register’s Best of OC charitable organization category and is featured in the 29th annual edition of OC Register’s Best of Orange County.
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Working Wardrobes is Empowerment
We empower our clients from the inside out, with job skills and confidence to find meaningful employment. Our army of volunteers makes this happen every single day – and we love each one of them.
Working Wardrobes is Employment
Our clients are men, women, young adults, veterans, and seniors, some of who are formerly incarcerated, unemployed, or underemployed. They want a hand up, not a handout. If you’re an employer with job openings, let us know.