Crumley Roberts Nominated for Governor's Award

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Crumley Roberts has been nominated for the 2013 Governor's Awards for Excellence in Workforce Development. The firm was nominated by the Guilford and Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Boards.

In the nomination, the Workforce Development Boards praised Crumley Roberts' efforts saying, "The leadership of Crumley Roberts has been in the forefront of preparing and integrating new talent into its firm's ranks by working with the Workforce Development Boards."

Crumley Roberts partners with the Guilford and Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Boards to help transition individuals into fulfilling careers. Over the last year, the firm has successfully offered internships, on-the-job training and full-time positions to many individuals as a result of this partnership.

"At Crumley Roberts, we believe in the mission of Workforce Development and work to educate other employers how these services benefit the local and regional economies," said Pamela Anderson, Vice President of Human Resources at Crumley Roberts and Guilford County Workforce Development Board member. "As we have seen firsthand, Workforce Development can be a great resource for job seekers and employers alike."

The awards will be presented at a banquet on Thursday, October 17 in Greensboro as a part of the 2013 Workforce Development Partnership Conference.

Founded in 1989, Crumley Roberts, LLP, represents individuals in the areas of personal injury, drug injury, product liability, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability. The firm operates 14 offices in North Carolina and South Carolina. To learn more about the firm and its community relations activities, visit CrumleyRoberts.com.

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