B-Metro, the magazine of Metro Birmingham Living, released its 2017 Faces of Birmingham in January. President Stephen Nordness and Chief Marketing Office Leslie Nordness were featured in the publication.
The publication said about “The Face of Staffing” –
“Automation Personnel Services was founded by Stephen and Leslie Nordness, who have been instrumental growing the business to what it is today. What began almost 27 years ago in a small office in Riverchase, has grown into a major player in the staffing industry with 33 offices in 10 states. Every day we help place employees in jobs that have the potential to change lives, support families and provide opportunities for advancement. Our staff focused on finding the best match for both our customers and our contingent employees. We take great pride in placing over 35,000 employees annually. The single biggest competitive advantage that puts Automation at a different level than every other provider is our culture. Our owner and President, Stephen Nordness, expects every employee to hold his principles of hard work, honesty, and fairness. Steve and his management team encourage open communication across the organization, value diversity and welcome the talent that each staffing member brings to the team. Leslie Nordness continues her involvement with the company as the Chief Marketing Officer. Leslie is also involved with our community outreach efforts, working with The Cajun Army to provide help to communities impacted by recent floods in Louisiana and North Carolina and the fires in Tennessee. You can find more information on our #AutomationDonationStation efforts on our website at www.apstemps.com Please join us as we celebrate our success by giving back to community!”
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