Trillium Staffing https://pubblog.in.trilliumstaffing.com Your Partner at Work Mon, 21 May 2018 16:20:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.14 The Trillium Driver Office in Indianapolis Awarded the 2017 Safety Branch of the Year! /blog/the-trillium-driver-office-in-indianapolis-awarded-the-2017-safety-branch-of-the-year/ /blog/the-trillium-driver-office-in-indianapolis-awarded-the-2017-safety-branch-of-the-year/#respond Mon, 21 May 2018 16:20:35 +0000 /blog/?p=5010 Continue reading ]]> In celebration of the Indianapolis Trillium Drivers branch office receiving the 2017 Safety Branch of the Year award, the team put together a safety meeting for all Trillium Drivers out of the Indianapolis location to not only thank them but to instill the importance of safety.

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Indy Drivers Safety 1The current Trillium Drivers that came to the meeting all received a high viability t-shirt, important safety reminders, safety kits with a safety vest, ice scraper, gloves, etc., and were able to ask questions as needed in regards to safety while on the job, providing an open forum for employees to engage with branch staff.

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Safety is and always will be at the top of mind for all Trillium Employers across the country. From all of us at Trillium, thank you to the Indianapolis Drivers branch and your dedicated Drivers for continuing to put safety first on and off the job!

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

 

 

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Warm Weather is Finally Here! What to Wear to Work? /blog/warm-weather-is-finally-here-what-to-wear-to-work/ /blog/warm-weather-is-finally-here-what-to-wear-to-work/#respond Mon, 14 May 2018 19:36:38 +0000 /blog/?p=4995 Continue reading ]]> Days are getting longer and the weather is finally starting to feel like Spring in many parts of the country. For many of us, this means wearing sandals, shorts, sun dresses and what could be considered just all around more comfortable attire both at home and at work. However, there are important factors to keep in mind when getting back in the warm weather groove, especially when it comes to the workplace.

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Typically, individual employers develop a workplace dress code specific to their working environment and industry. For instance, for many manufacturing positions, long pants and steel toe shoes are required year round due to the nature of work being performed. In other workplace environments, the dress code may be more casual, allowing employees to wear jeans and tennis shoes while on the job.

As an employer, it is important to update and remind employees of what the dress code is throughout the year, especially in areas where the climate changes from season to season. The more communication provided to employees, the less confusion there will be on both sides involved.

As an employee, always read and understand your employer’s specific dress code. If you have questions or concerns, reach out to the Human Resources department who can assist in clarifying anything that may be confusing or unclear. The more you know regarding what is and is not appropriate for your specific working environment, the less headaches later. While wearing flip flops, shorts and other warm weather gear is hard to resist this time of year, it is important to be knowledgeable about your employer’s dress code as it laid out in the employee handbook.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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Starting Your Career? Check Out These Helpful Tips! /blog/starting-your-career-check-out-these-helpful-tips/ /blog/starting-your-career-check-out-these-helpful-tips/#respond Thu, 10 May 2018 13:19:12 +0000 /blog/?p=4963 Continue reading ]]> For graduates, individuals re-entering the workforce and others simply looking for the next step in their career, the whole process can seem daunting. Here are some steps you can take to help you get your foot in the door and get hired!

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  1. Resume looking thin? No problem! Use any and all experience you have compiled over your career (school and professional) to beef up your resume. Volunteering, internships, being involved in club sports, extracurricular activities and even blogging can all provide your future employer with information regarding not only your work ethic but passion and drive.
  2. Worried you do not have enough to add to your experience? Get out and get involved! Join a local organization and volunteer your time. You would be surprised how something as simple as giving up one day during the week could expand your network and provide you with contacts that want to help. Start a blog about something you’re interested in or passionate about, potentially gear it towards the industry you wish to excel in.
  3. Do your research before performing online job searches. With an online marketplace saturated with candidates seeking employment, your main focus needs to be on how to stand out. One of the easiest ways to make this happen is to make sure you know what you’re doing when you start seeking work online. There are hundreds of job boards out there but not all of them may be right for your line of work. Do research to determine not only which boards you need to focus on, but also the best ways to contact Hiring Managers in your specific industry. There are tons of online resources available to give you the upper hand.
  4. Social Media can be your friend and your enemy. As we all know, it is as easy as a google search to find out information regarding pretty much anything including you. The notion of privacy is never guaranteed. With this said, make sure you would feel comfortable with a future employer viewing or coming across any of your social media pages and profiles. In fact, it is a very good idea to start updating your pages to be more professionally focused, to build a most positive online presence.
  5. Stay in contact with Alumni to build rapport and a networking platform. Attending a College or University can set you up with some great networking opportunities. This can be as simple as reaching out to your formal school asking to contact past professors and Alumni. It can be surprising how many fellow Alumni would be willing to assist you in your job search. Remember, they were once in your same shoes. Be prepared for these conversations, proving to your cohorts that you are ready and willing to make the next step in your career.
  6. Networking can be intimidating but now is the time to step up . In all honesty, the success of you starting your career lies in your hands and your hands alone. The best way to increase your odds is to build up your networking pool. The more people that you connect with in your industry can dramatically increase your odds of landing that interview or getting your foot in the door. In today’s job market, networking is commonplace and people are a lot more eager to help you than you think. Just get out there and start the conversation!

Starting a career for anyone can definitely be a scary prospect. Just keep these tips in mind and be confident in your skill set and you will be well on your way to jump starting your career!

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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Leading Truck Manufacturer To Introduce Fully Electric Vehicles /blog/trucking-manufacturing-leader-to-introduce-fully-electric-vehicles/ /blog/trucking-manufacturing-leader-to-introduce-fully-electric-vehicles/#respond Tue, 01 May 2018 16:21:05 +0000 /blog/?p=4927 Continue reading ]]> With buzz words such as “sustainable” and “carbon footprint” floating around, it can be difficult at times to determine which companies are actually making moves to become more environmentally responsible and which ones just seem to want talk about it.

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According to Truckingindustry.news, Mack Trucks is about to change all of that! Recently, Mack Trucks, a part of the Volvo Group, reported that they plan on using a fully electric refuse vehicle in 2019. The New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has been chosen to test the vehicle once it has been introduced.

Jonathan Randall, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Mack Trucks North America reports that introducing the truck will allow the company to move forward with the future of the industry in terms of sustainable technology. 

The benefits of implementing electric vehicles on such a grand scale can not be overlooked including zero emissions, reduced noise during operation and being environmentally sustainable to just name a few. While it is difficult to gauge the impact this will have on the trucking industry overall, it is a solid indication of where some of the leading trucking manufacturers are headed in terms of becoming environmentally responsible and reducing their carbon footprint. With gas and diesel prices on the rise and projected to continue to increase in the coming years, it begs the question; what other companies will follow suit? What will this mean in terms of cost to operate and overall overhead for transportation and logistics companies? It is definitely too early to tell but it will be interesting to see within the next few years if more and more electric powered trucks will be seen hauling freight in our neighborhoods and along our highways.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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Healthcare and Healthcare Technology on The Rise! /blog/healthcare-and-healthcare-technology-on-the-rise/ /blog/healthcare-and-healthcare-technology-on-the-rise/#respond Tue, 24 Apr 2018 15:57:39 +0000 /blog/?p=4893 Continue reading ]]> Spring 2018 graduation is fast approaching, which got me thinking, what can these soon to be college graduates expect to find as they are looking to start their careers? According to Forbes.com and U.S. News, these are the Top 10 Jobs of 2018. For a full list of the best jobs check out the U.S. News & World Report Best Jobs of 2018.

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  • Software Developer
  • Dentist
  • Physician Assistant
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Orthodontist
  • Statistician
  • Pediatrician
  • Obstetrician and Gynecologist (tie)
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (tie)
  • Physician (tie)

As you may notice, it appears that the majority of the most sought after positions for 2018 are in the medical and sciences field. But why? While other factors such as job location, hours, work to life balance, etc. may come into play, the main qualities that job seekers look for in a new career seem to be universal. Job seekers tend to gravitate towards those positions that offer higher salaries and opportunities for growth. Healthcare and Healthcare IT are expecting to be two of the fastest growing industries now through 2026. In fact, it is believed that between now and 2026, employment in Healthcare will grow 18% and the employment rate is expected to continue to grow .7% annually, which is an increase of .2% over the past 10 years. This could translate into 2.3 million new jobs overall in that same time frame. Currently, Healthcare positions occupy 20 of the top 25 careers on this year’s complete list.

However, the healthcare boom isn’t just focusing on doctors and nurses but healthcare technology is playing a huge role. Positions such as Information Security Analysts and IT Managers are becoming more sought after and in higher demand. More and more companies and organizations are looking to technology to not only make their processes more streamlined and profitable, but to guarantee they stay competitive in their respective industries. Now is the time for soon to be graduates to take advantage of the technological boom and let it help to grow their future careers.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

 

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Commercial Construction Trends to Watch in 2018! /blog/commercial-construction-trends-to-watch-in-2018/ /blog/commercial-construction-trends-to-watch-in-2018/#respond Thu, 19 Apr 2018 15:16:48 +0000 /blog/?p=4859 Continue reading ]]> After construction spending hit a record all-time high in November of 2017, what can the construction industry expect out of 2018? Here are the top 5 trends to watch out for in commercial construction in the coming months.

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  • Continued Labor Shortages: Construction companies across the country have felt the sting of skilled labor shortages over the past few years. While researchers and economists have continued to see a slow uptick in the number of construction industry jobs added each year, we still fall short of the 336,000 jobs that were added in 2015 (210,000 were added in 2017 for comparison). With this said, a recent survey by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) shows that 75% of firms surveyed are planning to add to their workforce in 2018. While that seems promising, 78% of those companies also have been experiencing difficulties in locating talent and expect the issues to continue.
  • Offsite Construction: Just as the trend of modular and prefabrication as a construction method seemed to be diminishing, it has gained steam over the last couple of years and it is expected to continue to do so. For companies that use offsite construction, the benefits are making the transition easier to handle. Having the ability to build and construct buildings in a controlled environment enables companies to work year-round without weather being a factor and creates a safer working environment for their employees. Just one example of this trend is Marriott, the hotel giant, committed to having 13% of all hotels be built using offsite construction methods in 2018.
  • Technology: While the construction industry has been slow in adopting technological advances, it appears that the companies who have started to embrace technology are really seeing the benefits. From using robotic equipment on job sites, drones being used to perform land surveys, and even construction based software to help interpret and visualize projects, technology is beginning to make its presence known all over the construction industry landscape.
  • Sustainability: The trend of sustainability far out reaches just the construction industry. Everywhere you look these days, companies are looking to become more environmentally responsible and reduce their overall carbon footprint. This concept is no different in the construction industry. From introducing green components to a project’s scope and increasing policies regarding recycling construction waste, the sustainability trend doesn’t show any signs of slowing down.
  • Subdued Growth: While forecast models do not show any exponential growth in 2018, models indicate that spending and starts will remain strong throughout the year. ConstructConnect’s construction starts forecast for 2018 is a 4.8% increase to $773.1 billion. Commercial construction (offices, parking garages and transportation terminals) is expected to have a 12.4% increase in starts next year with conservative growth out through 2021. ConstructConnect’s forecast for total construction spending is expected to increase 5.6% to $1,301.3 billion in 2018. Total nonresidential construction is expected to grow 3.9% to $737.2 billion and total residential is forecast to increase 7.8% to $564.1 billion.

For more information regarding commercial construction trends and what to expect as we navigate 2018, please visit www.constructconnect.com.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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Trillium’s 5th Annual Food Drive Results Are In! /blog/trilliums-5th-annual-food-drive-results-are-in/ /blog/trilliums-5th-annual-food-drive-results-are-in/#respond Fri, 13 Apr 2018 19:56:11 +0000 /blog/?p=4814 Continue reading ]]> Over the past 5 years, we have continued to be humbled by the outpouring of support and generosity that our branch offices provide to their local communities. The 5th annual Food Drive proved to be no different!

Check out this year’s results by clicking on the image below.

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A huge thank you goes out to all of the participating branch offices, employees and clients who made this year’s event such a resounding success!

Want to learn more about how you can gain access to Trillium’s national network of top level talent? Contact us today! If you are a stand out in your profession and seeking contingent or long term career opportunities, visit our job seekers section for more information!

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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2018 Talent Shortages: What To Expect and What To Do! /blog/2018-talent-shortages-what-to-expect-and-what-to-do/ /blog/2018-talent-shortages-what-to-expect-and-what-to-do/#respond Tue, 10 Apr 2018 18:55:10 +0000 /blog/?p=4761 Continue reading ]]> As unemployment continues to drop and more in the baby boomer generation are retiring, companies nationwide in a wide variety of industries are beginning to feel the sting of talent shortages. With this in mind, who might get hit the hardest this year and what can be done about it?

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According to Fast Company Article, the following industries/sectors are at the highest risk for experiencing talent shortages between now and 2025.

  • Skilled trades, including Electricians, Machinists and Welders
  • Healthcare, including Occupational and Physical Therapy Aides
  • Manufacturing, including Production Workers and Engineers
  • Sales, including professionals with a solid combination of social and cognitive skills
  • Math-related fields, including Actuaries and Statisticians

So, we know what is coming but what can we do to prepare for it? Here are a few steps your organization can take to try and overcome talent shortages either currently or in the future.

  • Forecast any long-term hiring needs. A talent shortage results in less available workers which equals a greater time to fill and find qualified applicants. The key is to be prepared! Instead of waiting until you have the need, forecast what your need may be based on historical data and start sourcing the talent now!
  • Recruit passive talent. The idea behind a talent shortage is that the majority of potential hires are already working elsewhere, but that doesn’t mean that they couldn’t be persuaded to jump ship. In order to convince a passive candidate to leave a current position for a new one, we must do a better job of selling our jobs. Recruiters now must also be sales people for each of their positions in order to get talent in the door. Whether this means emphasizing company culture, pay, hours, benefits, etc., we must give potential employees a reason to want to leave a current position.
    • Take advantage of referrals. When recruiting passive talent, we must take advantage of any and all referrals that we can access. The following saying generally holds true, good people know good people. These referrals may come from vendors, clients, employees etc., so it is very important to share any job openings with all of these potential sources.

Knowing what is coming down the pipeline is half the battle. Being well prepared and better equipped to combat these issues will help to ensure that your company can make the best of any labor shortages you may experience in the coming years.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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Trillium Staffing Recognized by 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2018! /blog/trillium-staffing-recognized-by-101-best-and-brightest-companies-to-work-for-in-2018/ /blog/trillium-staffing-recognized-by-101-best-and-brightest-companies-to-work-for-in-2018/#respond Mon, 19 Mar 2018 12:56:02 +0000 /blog/?p=4721 Continue reading ]]> Trillium Staffing is excited to announce that once again they have been recognized by West Michigan’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2018. The awards competition provides the regional business community with the opportunity to showcase their best practices and demonstrate why they are an ideal place for employees to work. The awards are presented to organizations based on nominations and direct feedback from employees of each organization.

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“We have the same commitments to each and every one of our employees as we do our clients. We have high expectations and our requirements are stringent. Once you become an employee of Trillium, we’ll do everything in our power to help you succeed and meet your career goals. When our employees are successful, we’ve done our job,” stated René Poch, CEO.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, and Trillium Techs. With approximately 90 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a 2015 winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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Trillium Announces the Acquisition of Roy’s Staffing Inc. /blog/trillium-announces-the-acquisition-of-roys-staffing-inc/ /blog/trillium-announces-the-acquisition-of-roys-staffing-inc/#respond Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:40:15 +0000 /blog/?p=4655 Continue reading ]]> René Poch founder and CEO of the Trillium brand of staffing companies, announced the acquisition of Tampa, FL based Roy’s Staffing, Inc. effective February 5, 2018.

Roy’s Staffing Inc. was founded in 2011 by Roy Kulp who developed a diverse business portfolio, allowing the organization to become a regional leading provider of strategic hospitality and event staffing services.

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 “I am delighted to welcome the staff and clients of Roy’s Staffing, Inc. to the Trillium brand of companies. The compilation of diverse client companies, talented field staff, and dynamic internal staff made Roy’s Staffing, Inc. a great addition to the Trillium brand. We look forward to expanding our business in hospitality and event staffing.”

– René Poch, CEO

The addition marks the largest expansion into the hospitality staffing and event staffing sector for the Trillium Hospitality brand specializing in the hiring of servers, bartenders, chefs, cooks, supervisors, leads and other positions. Clients in the Southern region will now receive the additional benefit of Trillium’s leading recruitment processes as well as the existing talent pool of nearly 2 million candidates.

The former Roy’s Staffing, Inc. will be led by Regional Vice President Nadine Garvin, with founder Roy Kulp leading sales and client relations efforts. Employee relations and recruiting will continue to include Staffing Coordinator Dulce Maurer in addition to the expanding recruitment team.

The Trillium brand of companies is privately owned by René Poch and provides more than 30 years of industry leading recruitment and staffing services through its divisions including: Trillium Staffing, Trillium Construction Services, Trillium Driver Solutions, Trillium Marine, Trillium Technical, Trillium Environmental, Trillium Hospitality and Trillium Techs. With approximately 98 offices nationwide and nearly 400 internal recruitment professionals, the Trillium brand is proud to be recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts as a Top 25 Largest Industrial Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Largest Staffing Firm in the U.S., a Top 100 Fastest Growing Staffing Firm in the U.S., and a winner of National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. For more information please visit www.trilliumstaffing.com.

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