Command Center opens office in western North Dakota

By Emily Aasand | December 03, 2014

Command Center Inc. has added a fifth western North Dakota location with its recent opening of an office in Watford City, North Dakota, bringing its total number of branch offices to 55 nationwide.

“Our new Watford City office will build on our success in the Bakken Shale region,” said Bubba Sandford, president and CEO of Command Center. “While we will continue to maximize opportunities in areas of the country that see activity centered on the energy industry, we want to remain diversified in our locations and customer base to ensure healthy, sustained growth. We believe this approach will ultimately provide shareholders with the greatest long-term value.”

Command Center, a national provider of on-demand and temporary staffing solutions, has branches in Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot and Williston, in North Dakota. The company provides flexible on-demand employment solutions to businesses in the United States, primarily in the areas of light industrial, hospitality and even services.

“We found that having an actual, physical location for the workforce to come in and work out of to service clients works better than to not have a local office location,” a spokesperson from Command Center told The Bakken magazine.

Command Center is also known for its national recruitment, where they recruit workforce from other markets. “We see a lot of that in Western North Dakota. We see people from Texas who want to go work in North Dakota for a while. There are people who like to work in the different oil markets around the country,” the company said.