Nissen Staffing Continuum
801 N. Barstow St., Waukesha • www.nissenstaffing.com
Year Founded: 1997
Product or Service Offered: Services for temporary, project, temporary-to-hire, direct hire, pay rolling, piece rate studies in industrial, skilled and office settings, vendor on-site services, assessments, volume light industrial staffing.
President: Scott Nissen
Projected 2016 Revenue: Not disclosed
Target Clientele: Industrial, skilled, office, clerical, technical and professional companies
Business Organization Memberships: WOW Workforce Development Centers, Waukesha County Business Alliance, MMAC, SHRM, American Staffing Association, Wisconsin Association of Staffing Services, United Way, Waukesha BID, La Casa de Esperanza, Helping Christian Link Careers
What has fueled your company’s growth?
“Nissen Staffing Continuum places our clients, company and team before self. Our mission statement of providing human capital solutions to our clients while assisting our associates in meeting their career objectives, where we can create and grow value, says it all. Our desire to meet our clients’ objectives with urgency scripts our success.”
What is the biggest obstacle to your company’s growth?
“In a tight employment market, finding the right talent is always our biggest challenge. The biggest obstacle to our growth is only limited by the ability of our new staff to learn the unique challenge of mining for the very best talent available while assessing the skill and cultural fit to make a desired match of the staffing user’s talents and needs.”
Who are the business people you admire and why?
“We admire local companies that have placed a priority on developing their best asset – their employees. Companies that focus on engaging their workforce through training, development, providing creative workplace programs and initiatives to drive a desired company culture, are admirable.”
What is the outlook for your industry?
“We believe there is a fundamental shift in workforce management solutions which include the right mix of contingent and permanent workers to accelerate organizational growth and agility. The staffing and recruiting industry has grown faster than the overall economy the last two years. We see tremendous opportunity for our team members to bring value-added partnerships to our clients and career growth and development to the candidates we serve.”
What is your company’s most important growth strategy?
“As our industry sees significant growth, our role as consultative partners with our clients becomes more and more important. As businesses continue to focus on creative workforce management solutions, our promise to stand beside our clients as an integral part of their strategic planning team allows us to focus on providing workforce management solutions that meet and exceed their expectations.”