What Employers and Professionals are Saying About Mainstay
"Mainstay makes it easy to hire and retain people with disabilities. They provide training and support to many of our employees with disabilities. Mainstay’s professional, creative and knowledgeable staff play a critical role in making the employment experience a success for everyone in the workplace. Mainstay has been a valued partner in employment for the City of Seattle. I look forward to hiring more people with disabilities with Mainstay’s assistance!"
"Mainstay is the best employment agency I have EVER worked with in all my years. Diane’s reliability, consultation and support have been invaluable to our employee’s success. Our employee brings productivity and loyalty to his team. Having an employee with disabilities brings education about inclusivity and promotes our diversity."
"I have had the privilege of working closely with Mainstay through a shared support for a woman working at the Seattle Central College for over 20 years. Not only are they extremely professional and responsive, they go above and beyond in caring for individuals and helping them achieve their very best in their jobs. I am so grateful and thankful for the services they provide. They have made the difference in people succeeding in meaningful employment."
"As a supervisor of supported employees, I get to watch the transformation that takes place in Mainstay clients as they develop and grow, both personally and professionally. Mainstay staff improves the lives of their clients, and enrich us all—one person at a time."
"I always have appreciated your quick response when I have had some issues and needed your help. We have had the pleasure of Mainstay since 1994. I hope the company does not go anywhere."
"I can’t say enough about the excellent service and caring attitude displayed by the staff of Mainstay. Their support of the person that I work with is invaluable. They provide the needed advocacy and interaction necessary for people with special needs to be successful in their jobs."