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Employee Solutions, a leading provider of custom staffing services for light industrial, administrative, and call center companies, has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing staffing companies in the country, and the fastest-growing company of its type in North Texas.

In an annual survey by Staffing Industry Analysts, Employee Solutions was ranked 59th out of 92 eligible companies, based on compound annual growth rate (CAGR). From 2008 through 2012, Employee Solutions has grown at a CAGR of 22.9 percent, with 2012 revenues of more than $79 million.

Six Texas-based companies made the fastest-growing list, including specialty staffing organizations that focus on IT staffing or medical and clinical staffing. In the industrial and office/clerical category, Employee Solutions was the fastest-growing company in North Texas. Employee Solutions currently has six locations in North Texas – its headquarters in Plano, along with offices in Dallas, Richardson, Farmers Branch, Grand Prairie, and North Richland Hills.

For Employee Solutions, 2012 was a strong year, with revenues up 36 percent, and four new offices opened, both in North Texas and in Austin and Houston. The company recently announced the opening of operations in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and will soon announce additional Texas operations.

“Today’s economy is very favorable for the services that Employee Solutions and other staffing companies provide,” said David Bristol, CEO of Employee Solutions. “We have been able to maintain our aggressive growth by doing a lot of things right, from hiring to servicing our many clients. We appreciate the recognition that this survey provides to validate our strategy.”

Employee Solutions, founded in 1997, currently averages more than 2,600 associates per day placed with clients.  The company is expert at managing large temporary workforces, particularly through its innovative on-site management programs. Its knowledgeable professionals can help companies devise staffing plans tailored precisely to their needs.