In Priority Personnel News

Thank You Hays County!

What a tremendous honor to be voted “Best of Hays for 2011” in the San Marcos Daily Record’s annual reader’s survey. We work extremely hard to provide our clients, applicants and employees with an exceptional employment experience, and it is truly rewarding to have those efforts validated by the very people we serve.

As a staffing company, being named the Best Place to Work is particularly gratifying. We are fortunate to have many wonderful clients who share our commitment to quality employment. Being recognized as the Best Place to Work is an honor that we share with each of them as it reflects the quality working environments at the many great companies where the majority of our employees choose to work.

These wonderful honors from the readers of the San Marcos Daily Record validate our long standing belief in the Priority Philosophy that implores us to grow our company by building long-term relationships based on top-quality service, high ethical standards and innovative solutions. “Simply put,” says Dan Roy, CEO, “we want to be the number one choice of talent and those who seek it.

In a recent national customer satisfaction survey conducted by the independent research firm Inavero, Priority Personnel was named to the 2012 Best of Staffing list after achieving a Net Promoter Score of 90.9% which Inavero called “truly exceptional”. By comparison, in the same type of survey, two highly regarded companies, Apple and Southwest Airlines achieved scores of 77% and 51% respectively.

None of these awards would be possible if not for the wonderful staff we have at Priority, a remarkable team of professionals, each of whom shares a sense of personal dedication to delivering the highest level of service to our clients and employees.

Again, thank you from all of us at Priority Personnel. We are truly honored, and as we enter our 19th year in San Marcos, we will continue to work to remain your preferred choice among staffing firms and your favorite place to work!


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