Labor SMART exceeds revenues of $16m
According to statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the American Staffing Association, temporary staffing has been showing a steady rise, month over month, consistently over the last 18 months. Industry analysts expect this trend to continue through 2014 and beyond.
Ryan Schadel, Labor SMART's CEO, stated, "We are very pleased with the efforts and results we have shown so far in 2013." He also stated, "As we begin to close out this year, we are very excited with our prospects going into 2014. A considerable amount of time has been invested in developing our 2014 strategic growth plans. We are ready to aggressively initiate these plans immediately at the beginning of the year and anticipate meeting our goals and projections."