Shreveport LA Clerical & Industrial Job Placement Temp-To-Hire Services Launched

Shreveport, Louisiana staffing agency Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc updated its job placement services for clerical, industrial and professional organizations. The agency helps Shreveport, Bossier City, and Longview area employers connect with the right candidates.

Shreveport, United States - November 19, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc, a Shreveport, Louisiana based staffing agency, announced the launch of an updated range of job placement solutions for clerical, industrial and professional employers looking to fill positions for their businesses. The agency specializes in providing qualified and experienced personnel on a temporary, temp-to-hire and direct-hire job basis in Shreveport, Bossier City, or Longview area.

More information can be found at https://jeansimpson.com

In today’s competitive world, time and cost have become important aspects of recruitment for every organization. The updated job placement services at Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc help bridge the gap between recruiters and job seekers and connect the right company with the right candidate.

The dedicated team at Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc can help clients in saving both time and cost when it comes to the selection and recruitment of the right people. They help employers fill jobs such as receptionists, legal assistants, accountants, welders, machine operators, engineers and many more clerical, industrial, and professional positions.

Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc is the only locally, family-owned and operated staffing agency in the area that has gained the nationally recognized certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise.

The latest announcement is part of the agency’s commitment to giving back to the surrounding communities through job placement, community involvement, company start-up assistance and expansions, educational opportunities and outplacement resources.

Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc is dedicated to continue offering a wide variety of services to employers with a lot of different needs, and job seekers with many different skill sets and backgrounds.

A satisfied client said: “The people at Jean Simpson are all very kind and helpful. They treat you like family and look out for your best interest. I was looking for a job I had plenty of experience but no college background. I was placed in a position and it has turned out to be very rewarding. My new employer is awesome and my stress was cut down from 100% to 0%. Everyone at Jean Simpson always has a smile and they make you feel like you are deserving.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Angel Scott
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Organization: Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc
Address: 1318 Shreveport Barksdale Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71105, United States
Phone: +1-318-862-3397
Website: https://jeansimpson.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88934603

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