|By Marketwired .||
|July 25, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - July 25, 2014) - Link Staffing Services, a national provider of temporary staffing and productivity solutions, celebrates Hank Baldridge and his 20 years of commitment as a Link Staffing Franchise Owner in Oklahoma City. Hank began his career with Link Staffing in 1994 and has since been partnering with local companies to fill their needs for skilled crafts and trades, light industrial, general labor, and clerical employees.
Vice President of Franchise Operations, Michelle Bearden, said, "Hank consistently operates with the highest standards of quality service to Link's clients and safety for Link's employees. Meeting or exceeding client expectations and treating people with respect and dignity is what it is about for Hank. Hank is a very valuable member of the Link franchise system. As a franchisor, having franchisees like Hank is critical to long term organizational success."
Link is proud to have great franchise owners like Hank, and would like to thank him for his dedication and hard work over the years. Link's franchise owners are among the best in the business and Hank is definitely a testament to that!
About Link Staffing Services
Founded in 1980, Link Staffing Services provides staffing and productivity solutions to businesses and industry. The personnel Link supplies include skilled crafts and trades, light industrial, semi-skilled, general labor, office professional, and administrative support. As a leader in the industry, Co-CEOs Bill and Karen Pitts have set themselves apart by providing cutting-edge technology and comprehensive screening processes, and by providing the type of workers clients like to hire. Based in Houston, Texas, Link Staffing has 50 locations nationwide. For more information, please visit www.linkstaffing.com, or call 1-800-LINK-360 (1-800-546-5360).
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