Careers 2017: Recovering economy to fuel New Year demand for staff, says CSA Personnel

CSA Personnel Consultants Ltd

Established back in 1967 by the Nicholson family, CSA Personnel was Cork city’s first dedicated employment agency service.

Throughout the past five decades, CSA Personnel has satisfied the employment needs of business from small to large multinationals for temporary/contract as well a permanent office staff.

Recent surveys indicate that hiring staff in 2017 is likely to be more challenging with staff shortages become more commonplace.

“Our knowledge of the Cork labour market is second to none and we are happy to share our expertise with clients new and old,” said Sam Nicholson, who is the business development manager with CSA Personnel Consultants.

Sam joined the company in 2016. He predicts a very busy start to the New Year, with the recovering economy fuelling increased demand for staff.

“At CSA our policy is to get to know your business and to fully understand your recruitment needs,” said Sam. “We take pride in learning our client’s requirements and corporate style.

“We will agree on benchmarks for performance and will always strive to exceed expectations. For whatever your office staff needs CSA can help your business find the right person quickly at a reasonable cost.

“We take pride in learning our client’s requirements, history, growth and corporate style. We will agree on benchmarks for performance and will always strive to exceed expectations.”

CSA Personnel has a long established and deserved reputation for excellence in providing quality temporary staff at short notice.

“Staff are often required at short notice, to fulfil a range of unforeseen need such as maternity leave, special projects, illness cover, holiday leave and seasonal peaks,” said Sam Nicholson. “This makes it all the more important that the ideal person, with the appropriate skills and the right attitude, is found to fill the role.”

The consistently high quality personnel provided by CSA has seen the company develop a phenomenal volume of repeat business, which speaks for itself.

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