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Steve Mills Joins The Select Family of Staffing Companies As President of the Franchise Division

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Select Family of Staffing Companies ("Select") is pleased to announce the addition of Steve Mills to its senior executive management team. Mills joins as the President of the Franchise Division, which includes over 50 Franchisees operating more than 150 U.S. offices under the Remedy Intelligent Staffing and Westaff brands. Mills will also be a member of Select's Executive Committee.

Steve Mills, President of the Franchise Division for The Select Family of Staffing Companies

Having started his career as a staffing recruiter working a desk, Mills brings more than 25 years of experience in the Human Capital space, including 15 years in franchising. Among his various other roles are CEO of MRI Worldwide Network, a London-based Master Franchisee with approximately 200 franchises in over 30 countries. He also served as Senior Vice President of Franchise Operations for Philadelphia-based MRI, Inc., the world's largest franchised search business. There, he was responsible for the day-to-day support and development of over 1,100 franchised offices in more than 45 countries.

Until selling his interest in 2013, Mills was President and Co-Owner of Armstrong Franklin and Liberty Staffing, an executive search and contract staffing operation based in Philadelphia. Earlier in his career, he served as Franchise and Sales Director of the United Kingdom's Travail Employment Group, a 60-office network (45 franchise and 15 corporate) of staffing offices that placed light industrial, skilled, and commercial staff.

According to Select CEO Steve Sorensen, "Steve Mills' proven track record of leadership in franchised organizations, especially in the staffing industry, is precisely what we have been seeking.  Add to that Steve's first-hand experience as an entrepreneur, and you have a perfect fit for this critical role as Select's Franchise President."

Added Board Member Greg Netland, "Our Remedy and Westaff franchise owners have worked hard to build their brands and service offerings in their local markets for decades. Steve Mills' vast experience, including in the high-margin search business, will help support our franchise partners in taking their businesses to the next level."

Mills takes over the role of Franchise President from Irwin Much, who retired from the position earlier this year. Says Mills, "Franchise owners are entrepreneurs and I greatly admire that quality. I look forward to working with all Remedy and Westaff owners to help them grow their businesses."

About The Select Family of Staffing Companies

The Select Family of Staffing Companies offers premier workforce management services, including recruiting and screening professional job candidates, payroll and time attendance management, on-site supervision, and specialty staffing solutions to a wide variety of client companies, including manufacturing, industrial, clerical, administrative, accounting, finance, information technology, and professional services.  Select is the only staffing agency to have ever won the Risk & Insurance Industry's highest award – Risk Manager of the Year.

Founded in Santa Barbara, California in 1985, The Select Family of Staffing Companies is one of the nation's top 10 staffing agencies, as ranked by Staffing Industry Analysts. The company operates as Select Staffing® (SelectRemedy® in Illinois), Remedy Intelligent Staffing®, Select Truckers Plus®, Westaff®, and RemX® Specialty Staffing. It also has divisions focused on professional development training (Power Training Institute) and Managed Services Program (SinglePoint Solutions).

For more information on The Select Family of Staffing Companies, please visit the company's website at www.selectfamily.com.

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