The WorkSource brand


WorkSource is more than a collection of Workforce Development Councils, government agencies, colleges, nonprofits and other entities. We’re linked together by a common mission and future - one that is dedicated to helping businesses, job seekers and workers succeed.

The WorkSource Brand is an important, shared asset of the system and must be protected. A single brand identity requires diligence and commitment to maintain quality standards. WorkSource Brand Standards were created with a broad involvement of partners to help bring consistency to the visual look and feel of WorkSource communication materials. Through consistent use of this information and associated resources, the WorkSource system will enjoy greater awareness and recognition, while maintaining the integrity of our shared asset, the WorkSource Brand.

All Workforce Development Councils, state agencies, colleges, nonprofits and other entities associated with WorkSource share responsibility to follow these brand standards.

The Workforce Development Councils authorize the use of the WorkSource name within their regions through locally defined certification processes. This ensures when a customer sees a product or location designated as WorkSource, they can be assured of the quality of those services and the results they provide for customers. Together, we communicate to our customers, stakeholders, peers and supporters that WorkSource Washington is one of the great one-stop career systems in the nation.

Thank you for your continued support.

Kevin Perkey
Washington Workforce Association

Cami Feek
Acting Commissioner
Employment Security Department