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The Adecco Group Partners With Rethreaded To Make Face Masks For Employees, Providing Meaningful Work For Our Survivors During COVID-19

by | May 12, 2020

Less than two months ago, we had to adapt our work-life in significant ways. Now, we are in May 2020, and businesses are slowly starting to open again. It has been a huge blessing for our employees to be able to continue to work during this time. We are thankful to use our skills to help others return safely back to work, during Florida’s first phase of re-opening. We assisted Baptist Health Jacksonville and Ascension St. Vincent by creating N99 masks for their frontline workers. We have also had the opportunity to make Cotton T-shirt Masks for K9s For Warriors. We are excited to share that we recently got the opportunity to help The Adecco Group employees prepare for their return back to work!

We are making our Cotton T-shirt masks for U.S. employees of the Adecco Group. This will allow 10,000 Adecco employees to prepare to return to work safely. The Adecco Group is the world’s largest provider of HR solutions, helping employ over 1 million people across the world. This partnership marks the largest order with the furthest reach in Rethreaded’s history.


“At Rethreaded, we see the power of impactful work every day as we grow our business and are able to employ more survivors of human trafficking,” said ourFounder and CEO Kristin Keen. “This partnership supports our mission at a time when our survivors need us most, and we’re so proud to provide safety equipment to the Adecco Group’s employees so that they can keep making a difference in the world of work, too.”

“We are thrilled to be a part of this partnership because it not only supports our employees but also highlights our shared passion with Rethreaded. Helping people reach their full potential through meaningful employment,” said Amy Herron, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at the Adecco Group in the U.S.

Thank you, Adecco, for supporting us and providing meaningful work for survivors of human trafficking. We are honored to work alongside you. 

If your company would like more information about ordering masks for their employees, please email us at info@kairosdevt9.sg-host.com. We can’t wait to chat with you! 

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