Employment Agency in Los Angeles, CA
Priority Staffing is a local company specializing in the placement of qualified, Accounting, Administrative and Human Resource specialists. We can help with direct placement, temp or temp-to-hire. Our experience shows us that listening and understanding are the most important elements in helping customers and candidates meet their employment requirements. By establishing and maintaining direct communication with our customers and candidates, we're able to build successful, long-term relationships.
read moreWe are a leading staffing firm that has been identifying and delivering top Accounting and Finance Professionals for over 20 years. Our industries vary such as Real Estate, Services, Healthcare, Technology and much more. JA/Employer I have had the utmost pleasure working with Eleanor over the past 20 plus years. Her expertise and professionalism have kept me utilizing her services anytime I need someone for our company. I feel like at least half of our staff was placed here by Eleanor. I believe her secret is to listen to what we are looking for and not place someone based upon a preconceived job description in the industry.
read morePRIORITY STAFFING INC. is a leading recruitment firm that has been identifying and delivering top Accounting and Finance Professionals for over 20 years. With extensive experience in filling positions in both a permanent and contract capacity, Priority Staffing Inc. has connected leading organizations with top professionals. Making her move from her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio in 1987, Eleanor began a successful career with the Los Angeles Daily News. She was responsible for developing new business at the paper - where she expanded on her robust skills of information gathering, client communications, and assessing the best course of action tailor-fit for every and all businesses she worked with.
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