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Proffice, Sweden’s second-largest staffing firm, has won a recruitment contract with the country’s National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen), the firm reported on Wednesday.
The Board is a government agency in Sweden under the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.
As part of the national framework agreement, the staffing firm will be the main provider of temporary staff to the Board. The agreement, which has taken immediate effect, runs for two years and might be extended for another two.
The procurement agreement will see Proffice supply a range of workers in jobs ranging from office roles to financial, legal, management, communications, IT and HR positions.
“It is great for Proffice to become the preferred supplier to the Board of Health and Welfare. It gives us the opportunity to further develop our relationships and business with this customer,” said Carina Björkefors, sales director at Proffice.
Last month, Proffice won a three-year contract with the major postal service, PostNord. The staffing company has seen sales increase in the second quarter of the year, following several important contract wins in the period.