CSS Staffing got its start in 1990, when our founder, Kimberly Crew, President and CEO, took over an under-producing technology business that included a staffing component. Recognizing that the industry was quickly changing, Kimberly responded by closing the store, and focused the business on providing top quality temporary employees. Kimberly conducted a search for the right person to lead the staffing effort and brought on Thomas Clarke to direct that team.
Tom has proved to be the true leader of the organization. Today, more than 20 years later, Tom has proved to be a stalwart in the staffing industry and continues his to manage and head the team at CSS Staffing. CSS provides candidates for positions in Aerospace engineering, Information Technology, manufacturing, administrative and facility support, finance/accounting and accounting support.
Since opening our doors, we have grown from a small operation to a large firm. We have succeeded by doing what we do best: placing contractors across the country with more than 85 employees. Our team continuously expands our customer base by:
Providing Fast, next Day Hires for Many Temporary Positions Focusing on What the Needs of Clients in the Local, Regional, & National Market Sending Only the Best Candidates to Clients, Not Just Any Candidate in Our Portfolio Providing No Voice Mail, Consistent, Direct Communications with Customer via Phone, Text, Email, & Social Media Offering Creative Pricing Models to Meet Customer Budgets
Throughout the years, we have had the pleasure of working with countless organizations in different parts of the country. We work hard to make a difference in the lives of people and small businesses. For this reason, we donate 30% of our annual profits to a number of worthy causes. When you choose to work with CSS for your staffing services, you can trust that your money goes a long way to making the world a better place to live in. Our relief, health, and environmental causes include:
Hurricane Sandy Recovery
The American Cancer Society
The Nature Conservancy