Since We Launched More Than 30 Years Ago, Excellent and Winning Highly-Skilled Labor Has Been Fundamental to Our Success
“When it comes to getting things done, we need fewer architects and more bricklayers.”
“Labor is the true standard of value.”
(Header image: On break, Willwork Global Event Services workers perform yoga.)
Willwork Global Event Services, founded in 1987, is a leading exhibition services and event management company.
We work in cities, towns, villages, and hamlets across America. We operate offices in major metropolitan areas throughout the U.S.
Willwork also has a growing international presence, with projects in Brazil and the Pacific Rim keeping us particularly busy.
Our comprehensive service roster includes general contracting, exhibition management, exhibit installation & dismantle (I & D), audio-visual design and production, development of customized and specialized sales and marketing software, logistics, graphics and sign production, warehousing, permanent installations, museum installations … and more.
Yet in many ways, we are still the company that, when founded more than 30 years ago offered one service – exhibit I &D labor – and only in a relatively small geographic area: Southeastern New England
Today, like in the beginning, elemental and integral to all we do is excellent and dependable skilled labor.
Essential to our success – and to our ability to do things properly job after job, and assignment after assignment – are people who work hard and are focused and care about and take pride in the services and products they deliver.
Honest and caring labor is a high virtue.
Nothing important or great is achieved without hard work and fervent and focused commitment to the task.
Recognizing and honoring this truth means that Willwork Global Event Services also understands that our most precious and valued resource as an organization is our employees.
We look at and strive to operate our company as and in a team and family dynamic.
We make available training and mentorship to help our employees become standout employees – which enables Willwork to best the competition, and opens up professional opportunities and allows for professional advancement for our employees.
It was in 1998 when we created and founded Willwork University, a pioneering form of training for workers in the shows and events industry.
Now, we know, it is a sort of hackneyed term – that of “work-life balance” – but Willwork is all about that balance.
We work hard … for sure. But we dare say that we have a lot of fun as well
And Willwork knows that every person, and every family, has different challenges Willwork commits effort and deep consideration to being flexible and accommodating in helping our employees meet challenges and handle the unexpected and the … yes … sometimes emergencies that arise.
These realties are what inspired and established the Jay Bird Memorial Fund – named for a Jay “Bird” Pellegrino, a much beloved Willwork employee who passed away in 2013, at the age of 53, from diabetes complications – a Willwork internal fund that offers our employees support in the form of cash and other resources in times of crisis and deep need.
Willwork finds satisfaction and encouragement in that so many of our employees have been with us for a long time. We are also heartened in that many people in the industry seek out and pursue a job with our company.
Among the many reasons that Willwork Global Event Services will continue to grow and render our clients increasing value and increasingly exceptional service … and build on our position of industry leadership … is our respect for and the deep appreciation we show our employees.
This will never change.
Happy Labor Day to All!