Dot-Com Slowdown Not Affecting Local Tech Staffing Firm

At Worldwide Technical Resources, the Color of the Parachute is Green



Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Worldwide Technical Resources

    WASHINGTON, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the recent dot-com fallout, a
 local tech-staffing firm is staying ahead of the curve by placing this highly
 skilled pool of professionals back into secure technology companies. Helping
 Fortune 100 companies like Verizon and Worldcom tap the talents of available
 dot-com alumni, Worldwide Technical Resources is also easing the transition of
 these highly skilled technology veterans to a more stable professional
 environment. Profitable after only two years, and having placed over 300
 employees, the company embodies the concept of "doing well by doing good."
     The uncertain nature of the dot-com job market means the East Coast
 corridor has an abundance of these much-sought-after workers.  Worldwide
 Technical Resources (WTR), a proven provider of fast, efficient, targeted
 staffing solutions to the telecommunications and information technology
 industries, specializes in matching skills with its customers' requirements.
     "Unlike big job boards that recruit for everything from agriculture to X-
 ray technicians, we stay focused on telecommunications and information
 technology," says Mitchell Garrett, founder and CEO.  "By understanding the
 employment needs of this ever-changing technology market, we can respond to
 the benefit of employers and employees alike.  Companies return to us again
 and again for high-performance staffing solutions, because our expertise and
 talent pool enable us to make the right matches quickly."
     Rapid matches are possible because high-caliber professionals flock to
 WTR, drawn by the company's employee-friendly policies.  In line with today's
 dynamic labor market, WTR first places its clients on a provisional basis;
 they begin as employees of WTR, "hired out" as consultants to WTR's corporate
 customers.  During this time, consultants have access to the full menu of WTR
 employee benefits, including health insurance and a 401(K) plan, all
 accessible on their Website.  Consultants who leave a position before becoming
 permanent can return to WTR for additional placement opportunities and further
 training, if desired.  In any case, they are assured of continued access to
 "real" job benefits until they find a suitable permanent match.
 
     About Worldwide Technical Resources
     Headquartered in Dulles, VA, Worldwide Technical Resources provides proven
 staffing solutions to the information technology and telecommunications
 industries.  To explore the many opportunities available at Worldwide
 Technical Resources contact the company at 703-948-0980 or visit
 http://www.worldwidetr.com .
 
     CONTACT:  Ryan Wagner, 202-585-2040, for Worldwide Technical Resources.
 
 

SOURCE Worldwide Technical Resources
    WASHINGTON, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the recent dot-com fallout, a
 local tech-staffing firm is staying ahead of the curve by placing this highly
 skilled pool of professionals back into secure technology companies. Helping
 Fortune 100 companies like Verizon and Worldcom tap the talents of available
 dot-com alumni, Worldwide Technical Resources is also easing the transition of
 these highly skilled technology veterans to a more stable professional
 environment. Profitable after only two years, and having placed over 300
 employees, the company embodies the concept of "doing well by doing good."
     The uncertain nature of the dot-com job market means the East Coast
 corridor has an abundance of these much-sought-after workers.  Worldwide
 Technical Resources (WTR), a proven provider of fast, efficient, targeted
 staffing solutions to the telecommunications and information technology
 industries, specializes in matching skills with its customers' requirements.
     "Unlike big job boards that recruit for everything from agriculture to X-
 ray technicians, we stay focused on telecommunications and information
 technology," says Mitchell Garrett, founder and CEO.  "By understanding the
 employment needs of this ever-changing technology market, we can respond to
 the benefit of employers and employees alike.  Companies return to us again
 and again for high-performance staffing solutions, because our expertise and
 talent pool enable us to make the right matches quickly."
     Rapid matches are possible because high-caliber professionals flock to
 WTR, drawn by the company's employee-friendly policies.  In line with today's
 dynamic labor market, WTR first places its clients on a provisional basis;
 they begin as employees of WTR, "hired out" as consultants to WTR's corporate
 customers.  During this time, consultants have access to the full menu of WTR
 employee benefits, including health insurance and a 401(K) plan, all
 accessible on their Website.  Consultants who leave a position before becoming
 permanent can return to WTR for additional placement opportunities and further
 training, if desired.  In any case, they are assured of continued access to
 "real" job benefits until they find a suitable permanent match.
 
     About Worldwide Technical Resources
     Headquartered in Dulles, VA, Worldwide Technical Resources provides proven
 staffing solutions to the information technology and telecommunications
 industries.  To explore the many opportunities available at Worldwide
 Technical Resources contact the company at 703-948-0980 or visit
 http://www.worldwidetr.com .
 
     CONTACT:  Ryan Wagner, 202-585-2040, for Worldwide Technical Resources.
 
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