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LITTY MANAGES AGENCY Print E-mail
May 19, 2000 11:00 pm

Cardinal Services Inc, a professional employer organization, recently opened a sixth branch in Brookings.

Jon Litty, a Brookings native, has been hired to manage the branch. Litty recently returned to the Brookings area upon obtaining his degree at University of Oregon.

Were excited to have Jon on board, said Mike Lehman, Cardinals general manager, and look forward to assisting employers in Curry and Del Norte counties with their employment needs.

Cardinal provides short-term staffing assistance and leasing services. Services include recruiting and screening for new hires, payroll and benefits administration, workers compensation coverage and claims management, loss control prevention, outsourced screening services and a resource for wage and hour civil rights issues.

For information, contact Litty at (541) 412-7641 or (800) 935-5112.

 

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