TahoeStaff in Truckee gets new owner | SierraSun.com

TahoeStaff in Truckee gets new owner

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The local staffing and recruiting company TahoeStaff announced the transfer of ownership from John and Dawn Evans to Kimberly Bullock.

and#8220;After managing TahoeStaff for the past four years, I am thrilled for the opportunity to continue in the business I love,and#8221; Bullock said. and#8220;I look forward to continuing to build on the amazing relationships I have developed, so I can connect great people with great jobs in the Truckee-Tahoe area.and#8221;

Bullock is a Certified Staffing Professional (CSP) with the American Staffing Association. She recruits and screens talent and places qualified candidates in permanent and temporary positions. She also works with local business owners to provide targeted staffing support to fill specific seasonal, part-time or full-time personnel requirements.

and#8220;I am excited that local businesses are realizing the importance and flexibility that the staffing industry provides. Individuals can be brought on board for a brief period or they can be hired permanently. This flexibility enables businesses to respond quickly to changing business needs without burdening a company with excessive head count or unnecessary legal exposure,and#8221; Bullock explains. and#8220;Itand#8217;s a wonderful model.and#8221;

TahoeStaff offers a host of services, including temporary staffing for all types of businesses and positions, on-site management of supplemental workforce, temporary executive and management support, flexible staffing to match fluctuations in personnel requirements, transitional staffing and management during major business workload peaks.

Professionals looking for positions in the Tahoe area and businesses looking for employees can contact TahoeStaff at kimberly@tahoestaff.com or call 530-448-1674. For more information, visit http://www.tahoestaff.com.

and#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

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