Instead of hiring “temps,” Fettig said his clients now use his firm to find “trial hires” who are likely to become permanent employees if they perform well.
“Once we expanded our business, it was clear we had outgrown our name,” Fettig said of the company. “We needed a name that represented our staff, culture and the fact that we are a family-owned business … something we value very much.”
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