Sonoma, Calif. — Feb. 28
Nelson Staffing, a staffing and recruiting solutions company focused on providing talent to Northern California-based businesses, is launching a new name and logo.
The new name better encompasses the former Nelson Staffing Solutions’ growing breadth and depth of recruiting and human resources services.
Building on its 35 years of experience in the staffing industry, Nelson Staffing is expanding its scope of services to provide specialized services in winery recruiting, human resources staffing, legal staffing and software games testing and development talent.
The company also will continue to provide its wide range of clerical, managerial and executive level recruiting services for both temporary and full-time employees.
“The rebranding of Nelson Staffing allows us to focus on a brand that better incorporates the wide range of services we are now providing,” said Tony Bartenetti, senior vice president. “As we continue to expand into more specialized areas such as contact center, legal, winery, games software and development and human resources recruiting, we want one brand that can grow and mature with us.
“We are excited to be able to present all these capabilities to our clients under one unified vision and strategy.”
Nelson Staffing provides consultant, executive, full-time, temporary talent and payroll service solutions to various industries in a broad range of career areas, including winery operations, game software testing and development, legal, office administration, hospitality, customer service, marketing, nonprofit, human resources, business development, and sales.
In many cases, these specialties are a specific company focus.
The company also provides staff and services to manage the recruiting process from start to finish if needed, either as a vendor on premise or as an outsourced recruiting process manager.
Nelson Staffing’s customers include Sony Computer Entertainment America, Bank of the West, Sutter Home, NAMCO and Bank of America.
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