Placing Folks in New Jobs Means
“We Need More Space!”

Families moved from cities to communities like Howell, some came home to take care of their loved ones; others returned due to paused or shuttered workplaces. Employees found that some of their jobs became obsolete, others wanted to try something new. This migration, of sorts, opened the doors to a surge in new job opportunities.

Over the past six months, Anna Santucci, the owner of Express Employment Professionals (EEP) at Howell Plaza Shopping Center, has observed a tremendous growth of employment offerings in manufacturing, real estate, warehousing, logistics, medical support services and insurance.

EEP, which specializes in employment within Monmouth and Ocean counties, continues to pivot to meet the twists and turns of 2020-2021’s evolving demands. When asked how her team has nimbly responded to the growing need for more talent, Anna smiles. “As it turns out, we had one of those ‘good problems.’ We added more space to accommodate our larger team and visitors — with a sensitivity to health and safety precautions – and hired and trained more employment specialists and support staff.”

Anna signed a lease for the storefront next door, which doubles the office space. As construction proceeds, she envisions “an environment with modern, cool vibe, efficiency and ease of process for all visitors – and some whimsical touches. We can’t wait to hold a reveal!

Call Anna and her Express Employment Professionals team at (732) 806-9562,


or simply walk in and sit down with a team member to learn more