Pro Staff Moves to Larger Offices in Northwest Houston

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Rapid growth in its light industrial staffing business spurs expansion

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The larger space will allow us to expand our team of recruiters, conduct more interviews and match more skilled talent to the growing number of light industrial jobs in the area.

Pro Staff, an Atterro company, is moving its Northwest Houston offices to a new location, where it will be open for business February 25, 2013. Pro Staff recruits, screens and trains highly qualified administrative personnel and skilled light industrial professionals for interim and direct hire staffing needs in Texas and throughout the U.S.

Stephen Horton, Vice President of Pro Staff in Houston, states, “Relocation to these new offices is the result of rapid growth in Pro Staff’s business. The larger space will allow us to expand our team of recruiters, conduct more interviews and match more skilled talent to the growing number of light industrial jobs in the area.”

The new Northwest Houston office is located at 7906 N. Sam Houston Parkway, Suite 150, Houston, TX 77064. Contact the Pro Staff team by phone at (281) 890-2800 or by email at nwhouston(at)prostaff(dot)com.

Atterro Human Capital Group offers interim staffing, search and SmartSourcing services to local, regional and national customers. Atterro’s experienced industry professionals utilize the latest research, recruiting technology and assessment tools to serve clients through its four specialty brands—Digital People Creative, Interactive and Marketing, Hunter Hamilton Finance and Accounting, Pro Staff Administrative and Light Industrial, and Ware Technology Services for engineering and information technology. Visit http://www.atterro.com.

Contact:
Steve Brentlinger
Marketing Director
email: Steve.Brentlinger(at)atterro(dot)com
ph. 612‐373‐2600

Atterro Human Capital Group
651 Nicollet Mall, Suite 525
Minneapolis, MN 55402
http://www.atterro.com

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