Kelly's milestone

GLOBAL staffing provider Kelly Services Inc. this year celebrates its 60th anniversary in the recruitment industry as it raises its focus on specialty staffing to supplement its generalist permanent and temporary staffing divisions.

Kelly Services' senior director, operations and country manager for Australia, James Bowmer, says the company is proud of the milestone - and of its fast expansion both in Australia and all over the world.

"Kelly Services has grown from a purely temporary focus to a complete recruitment solution, placing candidates in temporary, contract and permanent positions in a wide range of industries," he says.

Kelly Services was founded in the US in 1946 by William Russell Kelly, who is widely recognised as the father of the modern temporary staffing industry. It has since grown into the world's 5th largest recruitment company.

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