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  • 1.Employbridge

    1040 Crown Pointe Pkwy Ste 1040


    20.33 mi

    EmployBridge Holding Company, a holding company of several subsidiaries, is a family of specialty companies. Through its subsidiaries, the company offers staffing, logistics, transportation, administr

  • 2.Employbridge

    3535 Piedmont Rd NE


    23.26 mi

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By: Chula M.
Staffway Inc
Staffway is the worse staffing agency I've ever seen. The older lady in the second office is very rude & racist. While I was filling out my application she was screaming at one of her employees & made a very rude racist comment. After I heard what she had said, I walked out. Do not go here.
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By: Amanda C.
Automation Personnel Services
This office has awesome staff and they provide exceptional staffing services. This is the best place in the Atlanta Metro area to find a job.
By: Claire M.
Shinetime Services
Shinetime Services did such an amazing job for a fantastic price! We were about to list our house for sale so we scheduled Jeff to come out a few weeks ago. He worked so hard and our house looks better than I've ever seen it; he did the driveway, pathways, all decks, and the pool area. We listed and got multiple offers within 4 days and sold higher than listed price, and I contribute this directly to his adding so much curb appeal!
By: Paul P.
Express Employment Professionals
This company is racist. If you can speak english correctly. they will not help you
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