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Part 2: CloseUp Talk Radio spotlights A2Z Staffing Solutions

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Helena, MT –Whether you're a job-seeker looking for a new career or a company searching for an experienced professional, staffing agencies provide a crucial service: connecting the right people with the right job.

A2Z Staffing Solutions is a women-owned human resource services company specializing in temporary employment, direct hire and payrolling for clients ranging from the private sector to state government. Through its unique in-depth approach to pre-screening, skill testing and training, the company can identify talented, qualified applicants for everything from basic office administration to IT staff augmentation, medical staffing and even construction.

“No one can do anything on their own,” says Anna Kazmierowski, chief operating officer of A2Z Staffing Solutions.  “You need to have a strategic business partnership somewhere in your organization. As our name points out, we are extremely diversified, offering our services to a number of different industries.”

Founded in 2003 by its CEO and president Deena Korting, the company has grown 500 percent in the past four years. By customizing solutions for an organization’s specific needs, A2Z develops partnerships with their clients, seamlessly integrating their services to reduce the high cost of employee turnover.

This would seem to contradict the stigma of the “temp agency,” a reassuring thought for those seeking employment.  For job applicants, many of whom find themselves in a desperate situation, their experience with A2Z could have profound implications.

“When applicants come to us, they see professionalism and are treated with kindness and respect,” says Kazmierowski. “The applicant can breathe a sigh of relief. If they are qualified and they want to work, we will find a job for them.  No one falls through the cracks.”