December 02, 2008 // Franchising.com // Walnut Creek, Calif., - Continuing its commitment of bringing staffing business solutions to growing markets around the country, Westaff, Inc., (NASDAQ: WSTF), today announced the opening of a new Danville, Illinois office. The new office will serve as a satellite branch for the greater Champaign-Urbana area and it will be located at 425 N. Gilbert Street in the heart of Danville.
"Danville's growth and expansion makes it the right time for us to bring our strategic staffing solutions to the area," noted Westaff CEO and Chairman Michael T. Willis. "Through this development, we are further positioned to serve our customers well and continue to provide them with the people and tools that will drive their companies towards growth and success."
The talented team of Senior Area Manager Dixie Ladd, Area Manager Sharon Brewer, Staffing Consultant Leslie Dunagan and Staffing Consultant Keith Grant will be managing the Danville office. Combined, they have over 30 years of staffing industry experience. They will continue to build upon Westaff's strategic staffing solutions and provide Danville area businesses with a wide array of staffing services including temporary placement, temporary-to-permanent placement and direct hire placement.
"Our goal is to create new partnerships in the Danville area and continue to build upon our reputation as a leader in the staffing industry, "said Dixie Ladd, Senior Area Manager of Westaff. "Through our competitive and comprehensive staffing portfolio, we look forward to working with local companies and businesses to help place and retain the most talented, experienced personnel in the marketplace."
Westaff provides staffing services and employment opportunities for businesses in global markets. Westaff annually employs more than 100,000 people and services thousands of client accounts throughout the United States. For more information, please visit the company Web site at www.westaff.com.
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