The Standard’s partnership with DePaul Industries shows their commitment to the community and helping people return to work.
This article originally appeared in The Standard's internal company newsletter, newStand, on December 19, 2011. For more information about The Standard, visit www.standard.com.
DePaul Industries, the Northwest’s premier outsourcing organization, celebrates 40 years of service to its customers and people with disabilities with record-breaking numbers, significant accolades, and pioneering entrepreneurship that simultaneously solves business problems and provides social benefit.
Three award recipients were announced at the 2011 Oregon Ethics in Business Awards Banquet on Wednesday, June 15 at the Governor Hotel in downtown Portland. Selected from eleven finalists in the Business, Not-for-Profit, and Individual award categories were: Dave’s Killer Bread, DePaul Industries, and Donna M. Beegle, Ed.D.
In a grand affair held at The Governor Hotel in Portland, on Wednesday night, June 15, 2011, DePaul Industries won the Oregon Ethics in Business Award; which honors those organizations and individuals who have demonstrated ethical business practice in its broadest interpretation: in the workplace, the marketplace, the environment, and the community.
Dave Shaffer, Chief Executive Officer of DePaul Industries, will be a guest speaker at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) annual conference in Madrid, Spain in June 2011. He will sit on a panel that will discuss “employment flexibility, labor market change and the role of employment intermediaries.”
DePaul Industries today announced that Dave Shaffer, CEO, is a semi-finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2011 Award in the Pacific Northwest. According to Ernst & Young LLP, the awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance, and person commitment to their businesses and communities.