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Frontline Source Group Achieves 2014 Best of Staffing Client Award

Fewer than 2% of North American staffing firms have been named to the 2014 Best of Staffing Client List, making Frontline Source Group one of the best staffing agencies nationwide for companies to call when they are looking to hire temporary or permanent

DALLAS, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Frontline Source Group announced today it has been named to Inavero's 2014 Best of Staffing™ Client List. Presented in partnership with CareerBuilder, Best of Staffing is the nation's only award to recognize staffing firms that receive remarkable reviews from their clients. Fewer than 2% of North American staffing firms have been named to the 2014 Best of Staffing Client List, making Frontline Source Group one of the best staffing agencies nationwide for companies to call when they are looking to hire temporary or permanent employees.


"With less than 2% of the staffing firms in the US being named to the Best of Staffing List for Client Satisfaction this year, the results prove that we are connecting with our clients and making a difference as a partner," said Bill Kasko, Frontline Source Group's President and CEO. "We have exceeded our goal of not being your standard staffing agency. We are extremely honored to be recognized by our clients for our efforts and are proud of each member of our team for making the difference."

Staffing firms competing to make the Best of Staffing list underwent a rigorous client survey process followed by careful analysis of responses to determine satisfaction levels. The stark contrast in client satisfaction scores compared to the industry average is a clear indication that the firms who have earned the 2014 Best of Staffing Client Award truly stand out for their service quality. Frontline Source Group received satisfaction ratings of 9 or 10 out of 10 from 73 percent of their clients, significantly higher than the industry's average of 35 percent.

"I believe this award is a reflection of our respect and commitment to the relationships with both our clients and candidates. We truly value each placement we make whether it is a one-time need or something ongoing," said Shelly Hubble, Frontline Source Group's Vice President. "We make an effort each day to let both our clients and candidates know how much we value them as a partner."

To learn more about Frontline Source Group, visit their website at .

"The staffing industry is helping organizations bridge the skills gap and add jobs today more than at any other point in U.S. history," said Inavero Founder and CEO, Eric Gregg. "Between the well documented skills gaps and economic uncertainty, partnering with a top staffing agency is more important now than ever. The 2014 Best of Staffing Award was earned by less than 2% of the more than 12,000 staffing firms in the U.S. In an era of scarce qualified talent, hard to fill positions, and ever-increasing expectations, these agencies have proven they have what it takes to deliver exceptional service to both clients and job candidates. We're proud of the accomplishments of our 2014 award recipients."

About Frontline Source Group
Frontline Source Group specializes in matching top talented professional candidates with companies for temporary, temp to hire, temp contract and direct hire placement positions primarily in the Technical Services, IT, Accounting Finance, HR, Legal, Administrative, Clerical, Medical Front Office and Energy, Oil and Gas industries.

In 2013, Frontline Source Group was named to the Inc 500 List- Awarded #452. Frontline was also named by Southern Methodist University (SMU) #76 as part of the Dallas 100.

Current Office Locations include, Texas: Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Lewisville, Austin, Plano, Houston, West Houston, San Antonio, Sugarland, The Woodlands; Tennessee: Nashville, Brentwood; Arizona: Phoenix, Scottsdale. 

Frontline Source Group, Inc. – Corporate Office
901 Main Street, Suite 4010
Dallas, TX 75202

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Media Contact: Bill Kasko, Frontline Source Group Inc, 214-760-7700, [email protected]

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