Ranking Marks 13th Consecutive Year Firm Has Been Recognized
Boston, Massachusetts (July 1, 2016) — WinterWyman was named today to the Boston Business Journal’s “Largest Temporary Placement Firms in Massachusetts” list. Twenty-five organizations made the list and it marks the 13th consecutive year WinterWyman has received this recognition. Results were determined by the average number of temps supplied daily in Massachusetts and WinterWyman Staffing achieved a seventh-place position. The Boston Business Journal routinely gathers market intelligence on local companies across a wide variety of industries.
WinterWyman Staffing interviews an average of 500 new contract candidates monthly and in 2015 handled 2,325 contract placements. On average, the firm supplies more than 600 temps daily in the Boston area.
WinterWyman Staffing specializes in contract and temp-to-perm engagements supporting the following specialties:
- Accounting & Finance
- Human Resources
Temporary employment has much to offer both employers and job seekers. To hiring managers, contractors offer a chance to assess an individual’s potential performance and contribution to the organization before making a permanent decision. Contractors are also typically task-oriented, focused and can often seamlessly transition into a permanent position. For job seekers, contract positions are a great way to have a flexible work schedule or create a path to a permanent opportunity.
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ABOUT WINTERWYMAN STAFFING
WinterWyman is one of the Northeast’s most recognized talent acquisition firms providing contract staffing, contingency search and executive search services in the areas of Accounting & Finance, Administrative, Human Resources and Technology. Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, we’ve been helping leading organizations and emerging businesses find top talent for over 45 years.
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