Broadstaff, a specialized staffing firm that supplies talent to the technology and telecommunications industries, has been ranked as 15th on the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2019 Fast 50 list. Broadstaff’s ranking was announced on July 25 at a luncheon in Tampa.
Broadstaff is dedicated to meeting the expanding and evolving hiring demands of the technology companies that are building the infrastructure to support applications such as 5G, the internet of things, automation and artificial intelligence. As a highly specialized partner for enterprises looking to successfully meet their talent requirements, Broadstaff leverages a pipeline of over 20,000 qualified technology and telecommunications candidates nationwide and an industry-trained recruiting team to offer contract, contract to hire and direct hire services.
“At Broadstaff, we place people first. We are committed to helping businesses attract high quality candidates and helping individuals find great jobs even as industry requirements change and the job market tightens,” said Carrie Charles, CEO of Broadstaff. “We’re honored to have our vision, our efforts and our growth recognized in this way. This achievement underscores our focus on promoting mutual success by positioning our clients and their talent to be in line with and ahead of emerging technologies.”
Broadstaff will continue to grow its internal recruiting team to better meet the dynamic needs of its clients across the technology and telecommunications space and deliver solutions that help companies find qualified talent faster, improve efficiency and control costs. The company is currently hiring for all telecommunications and technology roles throughout the U.S. and is offering generous referral fees.