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Articles - September 2011
Wednesday, August 24, 2011

RANKED BY FULL-TIME STAFF IN OREGON
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE SENIOR EXEC(S) FT OR STAFF / ANN REV OFFICES OR / TOTAL SPECIALTIES
1 BBSI 8100 N.E. Parkway Dr., Ste. 200
Vancouver WA 98662 503.226.0060
Mike Elich, Jim Miller 130
$200m
17
55
PEO, staffing, ASO, payroll, on-premise mgmt. lt./heavy ind., mfg., cannery, agribusiness, trucking, logistics, food proc., call center staffing, etc.

2

(tie)

CDI IT Solutions 10880 S.W. Matzen Dr. 
Wilsonville 97070 503.708.6227
Matt Wilbur, Brady Thomas 115
$19m
2
125
IT staffing svcs., IT outsourcing and consulting solutions

2

(tie)

Express Employment Professionals 7401 S.W. Washo Court, Ste. 200
Tualatin 97062 503.612.1400
Jenny Schwenke, Bill Stoller 115
17
550+
Temp., contract, evaluation-hire, direct-hire, prof. search, on-site mgmt., long-term flexible staffing; areas of focus in office svcs., lt. ind., etc.

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