New Startup Surges From Global Shutdown

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Clark Staff Inc., a North Carolina based remote staffing agency that just launched in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, sees explosive growth by helping small and mid-sized businesses stay operational during the shutdown.

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Most companies have already been on the fence about remote staffing for years but now the global pandemic is giving them that extra push and I guess that puts us in the right place at the right time.

At a time when employers are shifting to work from home platforms, remote staffing companies are ushering in the advancements in cloud computing, business management software, and other remote working solutions that can save companies from going bankrupt and help keep the economy afloat.

Kate Lister, President of Global Workplace Analytics, recently reported that working remotely will save U.S. employers over $30 Billion a day in lost productivity due to COVID-19. Many other studies predict that the number of remote workers will continue to increase long after the pandemic is over.

Business management tools like Salesforce, Time Doctor, Trello, GoToMeeting and more have seen exponential growth over the past years but many small and mid-sized companies have still failed to get on board. These same platforms increase productivity and collaboration across teams whether working in the office or remotely. Clark Staff CEO, Zack Williamson was quoted saying, “Most companies have already been on the fence about remote staffing for years but now the global pandemic is giving them that extra push and I guess that puts us in the right place at the right time.”

Clark Staff is a newly launched brand and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Lead Tree Intl. Inc. with offices in the US, UK and Clark Freeport Economic Zone of the Philippines. To find out more information regarding their remote staffing solutions contact Russell Meiselman at Russell@ClarkStaff.com or visit https://clarkstaff.com.

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