Gulfstaff LLC Superior Staffing Solutions

Gulfstaff LLC offers superior staffing solutions to all your company's staffing needs. Whether you need someone to fill in on a temporary basis or you require a long-term solution to a staffing gap, Gulfstaff can provide you the people you need, when you need them.

Gulfstaff provides contengency staffing in most fieldsWe continually recruit the best people, screen them, and match them to the needs of our clients. Have a special requirement? We can recruit specifically to fill that position or develop an on-the-job training program to upgrade an existing or new staff member. In many cases, state or federal programs will help defray the cost of on-the-job training, and we can design a qualified program for your company.

Gulfstaff's flexible placement programs offer you choices. Hire someone for a day (or less), a week, a month, or permanently. Try before you commit with our temp-to-perm placement plans. Hire on a contract or project basis. Hire someone on a permanent basis with us and you get a trial period to evaluate the fit. Not satisfied? We'll replace the employee at no cost.

We offer People Solutions that help your business weather the storm and grow.

Here are some of the fields in which we recruit and place contingent and contract workers:

  Clerical and Office

  Bookkeeping and Accounting

  Banking

  Light Industrial

  Warehouse

  Construction – All Skills

  Security

  Nursing and Allied Health

  IT

  Professional and Technical

  Restaurant / Hotel / Hospitality

  Casino

  Sales

  Retail

 

Download our brochure (1.0 MB), and then please call us toll-free at (888) 221-5514, or locally in the Biloxi area at (228) 206-3423, or email us at info at gulfstaff dot com. Even better, just download our Client Job Order Form (49 kb) and fax it back to us and let's see how we can help meet your business's people needs.

Whether you are in the area, around the country, or even around the world, we're prepared to help you meet your requirements for contingency, contract, and permanent employees.

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