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Exciting news! Pro Staff is looking to expand our internal team – and we want you to consider joining us! In particular, we’re looking for talent specialists (aka, recruiters) and talent managers (aka, staffing managers). Learn more to see if you can see yourself in this role.

The Pro Staff team was honored to attend and sponsor Pay It Forward Fund’s 12th Annual Casino Night fundraiser at the Medina Ballroom on February 3rd.

Happy 2017! We hope you had a happy holiday season. We’re excited for what the coming year has in store!

Thank you to all of our valued clients who participated in our Annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest! Once again, we were blown away by your creativity! The winners are…

We gave our associates a challenge.The top performers were rewarded with this privilege. Check out the video below! This is just one example of how Pro Staff takes a creative approach to motivating and rewarding employees. Keep an eye out for the next challenge!

Find out how we’re celebrating manufacturing in Minnesota this month and get a few ideas for how you can join us!

Contract labor has become increasingly popular, yet it also presents a number of challenges. Joshua Smith, VP of Business Development with Atterro, Pro Staff’s parent company, recently wrote an article for Staffing Industry Analysts with contingent workforce management solutions.

If you are looking to improve your cross-training program, check out this article published in PKWY Magazine with 6 quick tips.

It’s that time of year again! The Houston Business Journal has released their annual Book of Lists – a special edition that includes a snapshot of the local economy and a ranking of top employers. We’re excited to announce that Atterro – Pro Staff’s parent company – has been named the Largest Temporary Staffing Firm […]

It’s graduation season! If you’ve been thinking about hiring a new grad, check out this article published in The Staffing Stream with 3 mistakes to avoid.