Business Development Manager – Central Virginia Region
Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
Businesses that successfully recruit and retain qualified employees maintain a competitive edge in the global marketplace. Wes, using his tenacity and creativity, develops innovative solutions to meet the needs of businesses. His knowledge of workforce development, business and staffing services, tax incentives and disability awareness training ensure he creates a win-win outcome for persons with disabilities and businesses.
“People with disabilities are like other employees,” observes Wes. “They want to do a good job, appreciate constructive supervision, enjoy new challenges, and want to get ahead.”
Wes is certain that businesses that successfully recruit and retain qualified employees maintain a competitive edge in the global marketplace.
Wes is a member of SHRM, Richmond Area Diversity Roundtable and Business First Greater Richmond. And how did he get the name Wes? It’s really an acronym for William Edgar Seaton.