GAGE PERSONNEL is a Certified Women-Owned Business
Gage Personnel is proud to announce our national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. This certification verifies that our business is at least 51% owned, operated, controlled, and managed by women.
Benefits of Working with a Women-Owned Business
By being certified as a women-owned business and diversity supplier, Gage is able to give you more options that allow you to make the best choices for your company while benefitting your bottom line – from local staffing programs, to regional and even national search and consulting options.
The advantages don’t stop there:
- Partnering with a certified women-owned business like Gage Personnel can be a part of your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, offering excellent publicity and helping you attract talented employees who want to work for a company that prioritizes diversity and inclusion.
- Diversity breeds innovation, and small businesses especially have to work hard to differentiate themselves in a competitive marketplace.
- We have extensive resources and capabilities along with the agility of a small company, which allows us to pivot as needed, adopt new methods and technologies that benefit our customers, and quickly course correct to suit your requirements.
- The government has a tax incentive program that rewards companies who do business with women-owned and other minority-owned businesses.
Gage is proud to be a women-owned business, but we’re even more excited about what that means for you. Inclusion and diversity has always been a part of our identity as a trusted innovator and partner within our industry, and our partners will continue to benefit from our creative solutions and forward-thinking approach, as they have for nearly 40 years.
Contact us to learn more about our capabilities and our status as a woman-owned business, or request a quote or free consultation today.
WBENC Certification Standards and Eligibility
In order to be certified as a women-owned business, companies must meet several eligibility requirements. For example, a woman must hold the highest defined title in the company’s legal documents, and women must be in unrestricted control of the business with a proportionate investment of capital or expertise. To earn the certification, businesses must provide documentation of their eligibility, complete the application, and receive a site visit. To learn more about WBENC standards, visit the WBENC website.