PrintStaff to Offer Discount to Printing Industry Association of Georgia (PIAG)
Press release from the issuing company
February 10, 2003 – PrintStaff, Boston (MA) and the Printing Industry Association of Georgia (PIAG) Smyrna (GA), have completed an agreement to offer PrintStaff’s flexible staffing and to hire services at a discount to PIAG member companies. PIAG joins PINE, PINC and PII in this growing program.
This new member benefit is especially valuable now with the increased move toward the use of flexible hiring practices. As the market is still unsteady, using qualified, temporary production personnel meets delivery needs and preserves a lower fixed expense objective.
Core Staff - Each company has a group of dedicated employee's that they protected at all costs. These workers each have in common certain attributes: A rare skill set, a great work ethic, excellent knowledge of your client base and your internal processes. The success of any company depends on these people. Letting one of them go or losing one of them to your competition can be a disaster. Especially since the only thing that differentiates your company from another is your people.
By offering PrintStaff’s flexible staffing services at a discount to PIAG members, PIAG has allowed member companies the competitive edge in core staff retention augmented by skilled flexible staff personnel.
PrintStaff is the largest print staffing agency in the country. They supply skilled personnel for short term or long term flexible staffing, trial to hire, and direct hire placement. PrintStaff’s flexible labor force has print and media experience with the specific skills you need, from cutting edge web design to traditional commercial printing.
PIAG serves more than 500 commercial printing and graphic communications companies throughout Georgia. PIAG provides products and services on an ongoing basis to help member companies operate more profitably.
For further information please go to www.printstaff.com
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