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WSC dedicates new building, has successful open house

With about 500 guests present, WSC dedicated its new headquarters on Thursday, January 12, 2017 to former CEO, Gerald W. Bettenhausen and opened the building to the public. The building, a massive 75,000 sq. ft. split between a manufacturing warehouse and office space, was repurposed by BYSP Architects to better fit WSC after purchasing the…

Jan 17, 2017

WSC teams with meditation app Headspace

We are excited to announce our recent partnership with popular meditation app Headspace. Founded in 2010, Headspace is an application that allows anyone to meditate anywhere or anytime with a vast array of programs to choose from. These include motivations, stress relief, addiction support, and more. Originally, WSC planned on a single subscription to allow…

Jan 9, 2017

WSC announces new SAFB Food Services Project Manager

We are proud to announce that Mr. Larry Pressler has accepted the position of Project Manager for SAFB Food Services. We had several really strong internal candidates for the job, and we want to thank them for their contribution to this process.  This just confirms that we have a bench full of talented leaders that…

Dec 9, 2016

WSC ends NDEAM with luncheon

With National Disability Employment Awareness Month coming to a close this Monday, WSC held a NDEAM Luncheon with local employers, a guest speaker, and Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham attending. Having relocated into the new 70,000 square foot headquarters just one week prior, the event was no easy task. However, with LeAnne Burrus leading the…

Nov 4, 2016

WSC makes move to new Hatton Road home

This past week Work Services Corporation made their highly anticipated and long awaited move to their new headquarters on Hatton Road. The facility, previously owned by USPS, closed in early 2011 and was vacant until WSC claimed it in 2015. Since then, WSC with the help of BYSP Architects, Anthony Inman construction, and C&I Electronics…

Oct 28, 2016

WSC achieve Hotter’N Hell milestone and success

Another Hotter’N Hell Hundred went as fast as it came this year. After vigorous planning and training, the short lived event held a particularly special place for Work Services Corporation. As usual, WSC sponsored rest stop #3 on East Front Avenue in Electra, roughly 30 miles from the starting line. This rest stop has been…

Sep 1, 2016

TxDoT and WSC celebrate new rest stop on I-20

Rest stops haven’t always had the best reputation for being the nicest, safest, or cleanest option for motorists, but The Texas Department of Transportation wanted to change that. TxDoT held a ribbon cutting ceremony last week to mark the opening of two safety rest stops located near the city of Ranger. The rest stops, a…

Jul 28, 2016

WSC adds first VP of Operations

We are very excited to announce Mr. Ben Ezzell as WSC’s very first VP of operations. Ezzell hails from Archer county and graduated from Holiday High School.  He has a distinguished career in operations and supply management, most recently serving as the Chief Operations Officer for a security company in Coppell, Texas, where he helped…

Jul 8, 2016

CEO to ride Hotter’N Hell Hundred with WSC employees on tandem bike

For this year’s Hotter’N Hell Hundred, WSC is doing something a bit different. Along with our normal rest station, CEO David Toogood has committed to riding the race on a tandem bike with select WSC employees. On different segments of the race a new employee with fresh legs will accompany Toogood until reaching the finish…

Jul 6, 2016

CEO and WSC employee advocate for employment opportunities at Advocacy Conference, D.C.

This past week CEO David Toogood and WSC employee Annette Coleman participated in the Grassroots Advocacy Conference hosted by SourceAmerica. The conference, held in Washington D.C., is an annual event held for employees and Non Profit Agency executives to meet with political leaders to advocate for employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. This was the…

Jun 22, 2016