WorkSmart Returns to Indianapolis in Effort to Improve Employee Experience, Spur Growth and Drive Castleton Revitalization

The leading Professional Employer Organization returns to Marion County after 17 years in Hamilton County.

WorkSmart Systems Inc., a leading Indiana-based Professional Employer Organization (PEO), today announced their return to Marion County with the opening of a new office in Castleton, Ind.

The move will accommodate the company’s rapid growth trajectory beyond 2025 and provide a state-of-the-art facility and amenities to current and future employees. WorkSmart brought 40 employees to Marion County in the 2021 move and have since grown their employee base by 30%.

The decision was made to locate the facility along the future Nickel Plate Trail in Castleton as revitalization efforts continues in the area. The Nickel Plate Trail is a proposed 8.6-mile multi-use trail connecting Indianapolis with two northern suburbs, Noblesville and Fishers.

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“We have planned our return to Marion County for years and are excited to be one of the first businesses to make a move in revitalizing Castleton,” said Matt Thomas, President of WorkSmart Systems. “This change is yet another milestone for WorkSmart and a testament to our continued dedication to the employee experience. Our new facility allows us to give our team the space they deserve to work and thrive in a fast-paced environment.”

Construction began on the new WorkSmart office in October 2019, and employees moved into their new office in June 2021.

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“The Castleton revitalization project is a major reinvestment in Marion County and one that I firmly believe in,” said Thomas. “The Nickel Plate Trail will soon be a staple of the local community. We hope to see other organizations follow in our footsteps and bring jobs back to Marion County.”

Both the Nickel Plate Trail and Castleton Revitalization plan are moving along with strong support from local and state government. Indianapolis City Councillor Dan Boots has been instrumental in the effort.

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