Semper International appoints Misty Rembert account manager in Atlanta office
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, MA - February 7, 2007 - Semper International (formerly PrintStaff), the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces that Misty Rembert has joined the company as account manager in the company's Atlanta office. Misty will be responsible for identifying companies that can benefit from flexible staffing-not only production, Semper's traditional area of expertise, but also in administrative, CRM, and other business-related roles. Semper Atlanta hopes their clients will rely on them as a one-stop shop resource rather than utilizing multiple vendors.
With nearly ten years of staffing industry experience, Misty joins Semper with expertise in administrative and industrial staffing, as well as financial and legal placements. Most recently, Misty was business development representative at Preferred Personnel Solutions, Inc., responsible for generating new business for two company branches, while maintaining and increasing business from existing clients. She also recruited, interviewed and screened potential candidates; particularly those interested in clerical roles. Previously, she was senior recruiter at firstPRO, growing the office headcount from 45 to 150 paralegal, warehouse, administrative, and accounting temps in less than 18 months. She has held additional staffing roles at Proven Performance Inc., and Robert Half International.
"It was evident to us, both in our discussions with Misty and her career track, that she is passionately interested in helping people secure employment," comments Dave Regan, Semper CEO. "However, she tempers it with the knowledge that the best way to accomplish this is by finding the most productive placements for her clients. With her diverse experience, Misty will be helpful placing people for the production floor as well as administrative offices.
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