STEPS Support Local Businesses in Critical Times
The Sunshine Coast’s STEPS Staffing Solutions provide excellent recruitment solutions for the community services, aged, home and corporate health care sectors.
In these challenging times due to Coronavirus, STEPS Staffing Solutions can provide businesses with an answer to their current employment concerns and needs in a safe and supportive way.
STEPS Staffing Solution manager Debbie Rawlings believes this is a critical time for many local businesses facing uncertainty.
“Many businesses need staff but may not feel comfortable committing to permanent roles in the current climate,” Ms Rawlings said.
“We understand, that now more than ever, businesses need to place the right people into their organisations for a safe and sustainable future.
“Our services are underpinned by our commitment to people, our community and work health and safety,” she said.
STEPS Staffing Solutions is part of STEPS Group, a not for profit organisation making a difference by providing opportunities through a range of community services, charitable programs, education and training and employment support.
“One of the things clients love about choosing our recruitment services is knowing they are helping young people with a disability reach their goal of independence through STEPS Charity, which raises funds for STEPS Pathways College.
“Our clients love that they can also be part of something bigger, that by working with us they not only benefit their business, they’re helping to create opportunities and give back to the community,” Ms Rawlings said.
With 40 years of combined industry experience, the team at STEPS Staffing Solutions have extensive recruitment expertise backed by processes designed to provide compliant and responsible services.
STEPS Staffing Solutions is a Registered Queensland Labour Hire Provider and Corporate Member of the Recruitment, Consulting & Staffing Association of Australia.
Visit www.stepsstaffingsolutions.com.au to find out how their services can help your business through the coronavirus and beyond.
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