InspectionGo wins governor’s award
From Mirror staff reports
CAMP HILL — InspectionGo of Tyrone, a digital home inspection service with a national footprint, has been named the Governor’s Achievement Employer Award winner by the state Department of Labor and Industry’s office of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Since relocating to Tyrone three years ago, the company has partnered with the Altoona Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation Servicers to find quality employees, allowing flexible work schedules, and modifying the workspace to make it more accessible. Now with more than 100 employees, InspectionGo continues to grow, hiring an average of eight employees a month and providing a lucrative incentive program and a full benefits package.
InspectionGo was one of four exemplary supporters of workforce, community and economic development recognized by The Pennsylvania Workforce Development Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry as part of the 2021 Governor’s Achievement Employer Awards. The awards were made virtually at the 37th annual conference of PWDA, the association for the state’s 22 workforce development boards and the extensive statewide workforce development system.
“The Governor’s Achievement Employer Awards represent the highest honor that Pennsylvania’s workforce development system can bestow,” said PWDA Executive Director Carrie Anne Amman in a statement. “These outstanding Pennsylvania employers provide the vital link between Pennsylvania’s workforce needs and its response, providing the only base solid enough to ensure economic stability: a family-sustaining job.”