Powerlist: Staffing Firms

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Articles - September 2010
Friday, August 20, 2010

RANKED BY FULL-TIME OREGON STAFF

RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVES
FT ORE. STAFF / ANN. REV. SPECIALTIES OFFICES ORE. / TOTAL
WILLAMETTE VALLEY
1 Cardinal Services, Inc. 405 Lincoln St.
Eugene 97401 541.726.8060
Mike Freeman
Derek Jensen
37
ND
Payroll administration, workers’ compensation, risk management, human resources, employee benefits, screening services, hiring services, HR consulting, recruiting and retention 7
7
2 Selectemp Employment Services 1202 Gateway Loop
Springfield 97477 541.746.6200
Roger J. Cox
W. Stephen Gaughan
30
ND
Light industrial, clerical/administrative, logistics, skilled labor and trades, professional, customer service/call centers, administrative medical staffing, safety services, construction landscaping, CDL drivers 6
6
3 Personnel Source Inc. 555 Lincoln St.
Eugene 97401 541.342.5310
Roscoe Divine
Jerry Stiltner
28
ND
IT, legal, health care, hospitality, forest products, fin. svcs./banking, mfg., sports/rec., educational/nonprofit, gov’t., architecture, acctg., mktg., customer svc./call centers, HR 7
9
4 Staffing Partners LLC 1045 Gateway Loop, Ste. D
Springfield 97477 541.345.9675
Michael Reed
14
ND
Medical, administrative and light Industrial staffing 4
4
5 Express Employment Professionals 977 Garfield, Ste. 6
Eugene 97402 541.686.0001
Mike Murphy
Andrew Simila
5
ND
1
6 McLellan Temporaries P.O. Box 901
Corvallis 97339 541.754.9616
Kevin McLellan
Mary Libal
4
$2.8m
Temporary hire service serving small businesses in Benton County; construction, labor, landscaping, office support, accounting, etc. 1
1
SOUTHERN
1 Advantage Staffing Inc. 2770 Biddle Rd.
Medford 97504 888.287.7079
Rebecca H. Morrison-Stoney
Ricardo L. Salas, Christopher L. Stoney
9
$2.0m
"Staffing & direct hire including administrative, industrial, manufacturing, residential/commercial construction, flagging, medical, technical, electronics, IT, accounting/finance, shipping/warehouse, R&D, government contracts " 3
3
CENTRAL
1 Express Personnel Services 400 S.W. Bluff Dr., Ste. 200
Bend 97702 541.389.1505
Connie Worrell-Druliner
13
ND
Temporary staffing, evaluation hire, direct hire in light industrial and office services, professional staffing, contract staffing, payroll/HRIS services 2
528
2 Mid Oregon Personnel Group of Cos. 187 N.W. Second St.
Prineville 97754 541.447.1299
Greg Lambert
9
ND
Clerical, administrative, light industrial, technical, seasonal 4
4
EASTERN
1 Certified Personnel Services Agency 10201 N. McAlister Rd.
La Grande 97850 541.963.6678
Beverly Lousignont
Karisa Lousignont
13
$2.8m
Organized labor, technical laborers, haz-mat. clean up, traffic control, farm laborer contractor, temp. to perm. placement, equip. operators, etc. 4
3


 

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