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Firms announcing the openings of new offices include Strategic Staffing Solutions, EverStaff, OpalStaff, Insight Global Inc., Redwood Healthcare Staffing, Medix Staffing Solutions Inc. and Better Choice Staffing …
Strategic Staffing Solutions, a Detroit-based information technology services firm, opened a new branch in Denver as well as a new overseas branch in Cheshire, England. Strategic Staffing hired Dana Hawthorne as account manager to handle operations at the Denver branch. The Cheshire branch is opening to handle a growing relationship with the company's largest customer in the U.K.
EverStaff announced it is opening new offices in Erie, Pa, and Canton, Ohio. With headquarters in Cleveland, EverStaff provides staffing and recruiting services in professional services, manufacturing services, and retail solutions.
Aerotek opened a new office in Petaluma, Calif. The office will focus on staffing industrial, scientific, professional and engineering positions. Aerotek is a division of the Allegis Group, the largest staffing firm in the U.S.
Insight Global Inc., an information technology staffing firm, opened a new office in Columbus, Ohio, its 25th location nationwide. Insight Global announced it plans to open three more locations this year.
OpalStaff, a Millersville, Md.-based provider of IT and engineering staffing, opened its second office in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., to serve the greater Philadelphia area. "The Philadelphia area is home to several Fortune 500 companies, and its life sciences, information technology and defense communities are some of the strongest and most competitive in the country," said Trevor Simm, president of OpalStaff.
Redwood Healthcare Staffing, a nurse and allied healthcare staffing company, has opened a staffing location in San Diego.
Medix Staffing Solutions Inc. has opened a new office in Minneapolis. The new office is Medix's 11th office nationwide.
Anna Smith, a former Kelly Services branch manager, has opened Better Choice Staffing Ltd., a new staffing firm in Victoria, B.C., the Times Colonist newspaper reported last month.