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Exclusive Staffing

We are a full service staffing company dedicated to partnering with our clients to meet all of their workforce demands and to match the specific needs through human resource support, employee benefits, training, insurance coverage, and employee efficiently monitoring.

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About Exclusive Staffing

Exclusive Staffing LLC is a full service staffing agency dedicated to exceptional service. Our HR team has several years combined experience in staffing for the light industrial, construction, and clerical industry. For our clients, we will evaluate your needs and help provide a solution that enhances your company's efficiency and profitability. As for our applicants we will dedicate our services to finding the right career opportunity for you to succeed. Our highly trained staff will ensure that we find you a position which best suits you and your needs.

Exclusive Staffing LLC is a full service staffing company dedicated to partnering with our clients to meet all of their workforce demands. We work closely with our clients to match the specific needs through human resource support, employee benefits, training, insurance coverage, and employee efficiently monitoring. We value our current and prospective employees that keep our clients success possible.

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    While permanent employment is a top priority for most staffing employees, about one in five cite scheduling flexibility as a key reason for choosing temporary and contract work.

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    Nine out 10 staffing employees say they were satisfied with their staffing company.

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    One-third were offered a permanent job by a client where they worked on an assignment, and two-thirds of those accepted the offers of permanent employment.

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    Half of staffing employees say it’s a way to get a permanent job.

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America's work force is changing as more and more people are looking for the flexibility that temporary work provides. Companies are tapping into the flexible labor market to keep fully staffed during busy times.
While specific jobs may last from a few hours to several years, the best estimate for the average tenure of temporary and contract employees is just under three months. (Source: American Staffing Association, 2014 Staffing Employee Survey)
Jobs range from skilled trades to degreed professionals and are available in virtually all occupations.
To attract the most qualified employees, staffing firms offer highly competitive wages and benefits. The average temporary or contract employee earns around $17 per hour. Some earn more than their permanent counterparts. Many staffing companies offer health insurance as well as vacation and holiday pay, and some offer retirement plans. Virtually any temporary or contract employee who wants benefits can find a staffing firm that offers them. (Source: American Staffing Association, 2014 Staffing Employee Survey)
Staffing companies offer a wide range of employment-related services, including temporary and contract staffing, recruiting and permanent placement, outsourcing and outplacement, and human resources consulting.
Companies of all sizes—from small, start-up organizations to Fortune 500 corporations—use industrial staffing services to grow their businesses and to obtain the flexibility they need to keep fully staffed during busy times—such as during the winter holiday season.
Staffing companies employed an average of 3.3 million temporary and contract workers per week in 2015, and over the course of the year, staffing firms hired a total of 15.9 million temporary and contract employees. Approximately 37% of U.S. temporary and contract employees work in the industrial sector—the largest of all staffing industry sectors.
Businesses say that workforce flexibility as an important reason to work with staffing companies, as it allows them to remain fully staffed during busy times. Whether it's a temporary job lasting a few months or several years—or a temp-to-hire placement—staffing companies allow businesses to adjust their workforces to meet their changing needs. Partnering with a staffing firm can be a powerful business strategy for a company. Businesses can “try before they buy” to ensure that employees are perfect fits for positions. Staffing firms also are experts at recruiting. Many companies in the industrial sector decide to utilize the services of staffing firms for all of their entry-level recruitment needs. Staffing firms build strong professional relationships with their clients so that they can predict—and fulfill—staffing needs before their customers anticipate them. Staffing firms serve as true business partners with their clients and provide pertinent industry information and updates—particularly related to worker safety and employment law—as the economic, legal, and regulatory landscape continues to evolve.
Industrial sector staffing firms provide a spectrum of services—from temporary to temporary-to-hire to direct-hire placements—to their clients. Positions are available for both the skilled and unskilled trades in manufacturing, factory work, construction, transportation, logistics and distribution, shipping and receiving, materials handling, retail, hospitality, and more.
Day-to-day oversight is typically provided by the client’s on-site supervisor. Responsibilities managed by the staffing firm include payroll, insurance and other benefits, and workers’ compensation—alleviating human resource-related paperwork challenges for the client and allowing the company to concentrate on other aspects of its business.
Yes, many staffing firms also allow you to hire a temporary or contract employee as a permanent member of your team. This process varies by staffing firm, but typically a placement fee is negotiated with a staffing firm to complete the hiring process.
Safety is a top priority for staffing firms and their employees. Staffing firms work with their clients to ensure that temporary employees receive the training they need to work safely during their assignments. Most staffing firms provide general staffing training, and site-specific training typically is provided by clients.
Three words: flexible labor force. Companies are tapping into the flexible workforce to keep fully staffed during busy times.
Businesses say that workforce flexibility is an important reason to work with staffing firms because it allows them to remain fully staffed during busy times. Whether it’s a temporary job lasting a few months or several years—or a temporary-to-hire placement—staffing companies allow businesses to adjust their workforces to meet their changing needs. Partnering with a staffing firm can be a powerful business strategy for a company. Businesses can “audition” candidates to ensure they are perfect fits for positions. Staffing firms also are experts at recruiting. They build strong professional relationships with their clients so that they can predict—and fulfill—staffing needs before their customers anticipate them. Staffing firms have the expertise to find the best candidates for client needs, and afford companies the flexibility to address skills shortages or fluctuating demand. Working with a staffing firm allows you to focus on your core business while your staffing firm partner works to find the best candidate for any job openings.
Office–clerical and administrative staffing firms place general office clerks, receptionists, administrative assistants, call center staff, data entry (operators), executive assistants, cashiers, accounting support, and other administrative employees.
Yes. Staffing firms also allow you to hire a temporary or contract employee as a permanent member of your team. This process varies by staffing firm, but a placement fee may be negotiated with a staffing firm to complete the hiring process.
Staffing firms remove the burdens of unemployment insurance, workers’ compensation liabilities, and tax issues from clients. Staffing firms serve as business partners to their clients and provide pertinent industry information and updates—particularly related to employment law and worker safety—as the economic, legal, and regulatory landscape continues to evolve.
Staffing companies in this industry sector provide a spectrum of services—temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct-hire placements—to their clients. Responsibilities managed by staffing firms include, but are not limited to, payroll, insurance and other benefits, and workers’ compensation—alleviating human resource-related paperwork challenges for clients and allowing the companies to concentrate on other aspects of their businesses. Office–clerical and administrative firms also may conduct skill and software testing to provide qualified candidates for your positions. Additional customized testing and training can be conducted depending on the industry and job requirements.
Companies of all sizes—from small, start-up organizations to Fortune 500 corporations—use office–clerical and administrative staffing services to grow their businesses and obtain the flexibility they need to keep fully staffed during busy times—such as during the winter holiday season. Staffing firms provide strategic supplemental workforces, and help companies grow their businesses.
Staffing companies employed an average of 3.3 million temporary and contract workers per week in 2015, and over the course of the year, staffing firms hired a total of 15.9 million temporary and contract employees. More than one-quarter of U.S. temporary and contract employees work in the office–clerical and administrative sector.
Day-to-day oversight is typically provided by the client’s on-site supervisor. Responsibilities managed by the staffing firm include payroll, employee evaluation, insurance and other benefits, and workers’ compensation—alleviating human resource-related paperwork challenges for the client and allowing the company to concentrate on other aspects of its business.