Freeholder Heather Darling and Commissioner of NJ Department of Labor Robert Asaro-Angelo visit Employment Horizons in March.
CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ – March 2019…The week of March 11 was a busy time at Employment Horizons. On March 12, Morris County Freeholder Heather Darling came by to meet with CEO Matthew Putts and Director of Development Lisa Montalbano. She toured the facility and took the time to meet with program participants and ask them about their jobs and responsibilities. After the tour, she said, “I discovered during my visit that Employment Horizons is an invaluable resource for very capable people in Morris County who are looking to be productive, to enhance their skills, and learn new ones in a supportive environment that also affords social opportunities.”
The next day, Matthew Putts hosted a meeting with ACCSES NJ, the NJ Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and the Department of Labor & Workforce Development. A group including Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo toured the fulfillment center and met various staff members and program participants. Following the tour, the group discussed the importance of organizations like Employment Horizons, the funding of such programs, and navigating the various issues organizations face in order to make sure that everyone who wants to work has the opportunity and supports to do so.
Employment Horizons is very grateful to have hosted two special visitors last week. Thank you so much to Freeholder Heather Darling and Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo for taking the time to come to the facility and meet the hardworking people here.