PrideStaff, a national staffing organization, is pleased to announce the opening of a new staffing and employment agency in Pittsburgh. The new office will offer a full range of staffing and employment services in a variety of professional and light industrial disciplines serving the Pittsburgh area.
“Over the years, my professional experiences have taught me the strategic importance of hiring exceptional people who fit job requirements as well as company culture,” said Stuart Lebovitz, Owner/Strategic-Partner of the Pittsburgh PrideStaff office. “By asking the right questions, analyzing situations and truly listening, I can match the right people to the right positions – and ultimately help organizations solve their staffing challenges.”
“PrideStaff has the resources of a large, national firm and the level of service you would expect from a locally owned business,” continued Lebovitz. “As the staffing industry continues to evolve, our Pittsburgh office is committed to consistently providing client and candidate experiences focused on what they value most.”
As a national staffing services organization, PrideStaff provides outstanding results to its clients and candidates. Removing the guesswork from staffing has demonstrated measurable success for our client partners across the nation. The Pittsburgh office will be using this approach to recruit superior light industrial and professional candidates for employers throughout the Pittsburgh area.
PrideStaff was founded in the 1970s as 100 percent company-owned units and began staffing franchising in 1995. They operate over 60 offices in North America to serve over 4,500 clients. With over 40 years in the staffing business, headquartered in Fresno, CA, PrideStaff offers the resources and expertise of a national firm with the spirit, dedication and personal service of smaller, entrepreneurial firms. For more information on our services or for franchise information, visit www.pridestaff.com.
PrideStaff’s Mission: Consistently provide client experiences focused on what they value most.
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