Long before President Obama was elected and his diversity initiatives were announced, Genesis Professional Staffing, Inc. was focused on providing real-time solutions for unemployment and corporate diversity spend challenges. Even with the economic downturn of the last year several years, this small national minority-owned company (based out of Burbank, CA & Greenville, SC) was still able to provide jobs to workers in 17 states. Already making waves this year, it has just been announced that Genesis Professional Staffing, Inc., along with its partners, Diverse Staffing Solutions of Brea, California and ASG Renaissance of Costa Mesa, California, will staff all light-industrial jobs in North America for BMW.
In 2007, they were nominated by one of the world’s largest entertainment conglomerates for the Small Business of the Year award with the National Minority Supplier Development Council. In addition, Genesis Professional Staffing, Inc. has been working with several Fortune 1000 companies around the country ever since.
Genesis Professional Staffing, Inc. (gpstaffing.com) and its respective partners, have extensive experience providing staffing in the automotive industry throughout the U.S., making it a perfect fit for the German automotive manufacturer. What does this mean for qualified Americans who are still looking for work? It means that, as of March 1st, there is hope in sight. “We were praised by BMW for our understanding of their business model. We look forward to hiring thousands of qualified workers; we will begin on the East Coast and work or way out to the West Coast,” says Marcus T. Moore, President/CEO of Genesis Professional Staffing. BMW will require staffing services in engineering, their research and development offices, as well as their national manufacturing and distribution centers. “By awarding this contract to us, BMW, a company that prides itself in building the ultimate driving machine, is making a powerful statement by putting faith in a partnership that is composed of three small diverse businesses. I sincerely hope that this shows all other large corporations, that when competing on an even playing field, we too can provide world-class service.”