Freehold, NJ (PRWEB) October 18, 2010
Slate Professional Resources, Inc. a provider of professional staffing services to the Legal, Accounting and IT Industries announced today that it has added a new feature to its website called “Live Chat”. Following technology’s trend of instant accessibility, this feature creates an easier way for candidates and clients to connect LIVE with Slate representatives regarding job openings, job orders, and general employment questions.
Kathy Raymond, Slate Professional Resources’ President commented – “This technology enables Slate to provide a more efficient, less time consuming means of connecting with our clients and candidates thus providing excellent customer service.”
Accomplished recruiters. Outstanding results. Slate Professional Resources, Inc. continues to provide talented professionals for your organization.
About Slate Professional Resources, Inc.
Slate Professional Resources, Inc. is a professional staffing firm providing support for the Legal, Accounting and IT Industries. Slate Legal specializes in placing attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries and support staff to law firms, leading companies and entrepreneurial businesses who seek candidates with superior qualifications for temporary projects or permanent placement. Slate Accounting specializes in placing accountants and financial professionals with their respective support staff at leading companies and institutions. Slate’s IT Division specializes in placing highly skilled IT specialists to design, manage and support information systems customizing the staffing needs of the client.
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Slate Professional Resources, Inc.
Lynne M. Radwanski
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