By Randy Miller
Staff Management is a division of SeatonCorp, a leading provider of consultative managed staffing and recruiting programs for Fortune 500, Global 2000 and high growth companies. Founded in 1988, Staff Management was an industry pioneer of Vendor on Premise (VOP) staffing.
Today, Staff Management has evolved its revolutionary VOP platform to provide sustainable contingent workforce solutions across a growing global footprint and has become the leading Managed Service Provider (MSP) with deep domain expertise supporting clients in the manufacturing and distribution segment. Staff Management solutions deliver best talent, drive compliance, yield tangible savings and provide a unique client aligned technology platform for high-volume workforce management.
Staff Management Global Footprint
Staff Management provides managed staffing and recruiting services in North America, Latin America, Western Europe and the Asia-Pacific Region.
Staff Management’s global expansion has been driven by its client’s confidence in its ability to deliver industry leading service throughout the world. Staff Management has a proven international implementation process and track record of successful global account deployments. Staff Management continues to expand its services to new countries based on client need – with several new countries on the roadmap for 2010.
Since 1988 they have enjoyed consistent year over year growth and have outperformed the industry in increased fill rates and lowered turnover rates. These successes have afforded them the opportunity to build proprietary technology systems, software, solutions and a team of experienced consultants that respond quickly to our customers needs.
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