PrintLink Addresses Staffing Issues at PIA/NYS HR Conference
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, NY (April 25, 2002) - PrintLink, the premiere industry-specific professional placement firm in the country, attended a recent human resources conference presented by the Printing and Imaging Association of New York State (PIA/NYS) to offer on-site professional staffing assistance to the attendees.
More than 40 companies were represented at the April 11 conference, which was designed to address many of the human resource issues they face each day. The program featured top-flight presenters with many years of experience working with printing firms throughout the region.
Tim Freeman, President of PIA/NYS invited PrintLink to provide conference attendees with information on staffing issues. "It was an opportunity for companies to meet with us one-on-one to talk about and receive professional feedback about the current staffing issues they contend with, as well as a chance for them to discuss future staffing requirements," said Arnold Kahn, President of PrintLink.
Presenters included Tom Minnick, Business Council of New York State; Patrick Crotty, PXC Associates; Nicholas Fiorenza, Association Council, Ferrara, Fiorenza, Larrison, Barrett & Reitz; and Thomas Mancarella, Monroe County Sheriff's Department.
PrintLink is a nationwide staffing firm catering to all print, prepress, document management and eMedia technologies. PrintLink provides confidential permanent placement for positions in senior and middle management, digital prepress, and information technology. With a staff of seasoned, industry-savvy professionals, PrintLink has developed a track record for fast and cost-effective results in matching qualified candidates with prospective employers. PrintLink has offices in the United States and Canada and serves a regional, national, and international market. For more information, contact PrintLink toll-free at 800-867-3463, or visit www.printlink.com.
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