Employer Case Studies
Diversified Staffing Services (DSS) was founded on the principles of candidate-focused recruitment and quality, responsive service. These principles still guide our organization over 40 years later.
Browse through our case studies to discover stories of the great relationships we’ve started. Or, if you have a great story to share about how DSS helped your company start an inspiring relationship with one of our candidates, we’d love to hear about it. Contact DSS today.
Bill owns a landscaping business. He has a good crew of permanent employees, but at certain times there’s more work than they can handle. It doesn’t make sense for Bill to hire another full-time employee, but he needs help from time to time.Bill talked to Diversified. With a large pool of Albertan talent at their fingertips, Diversified was able to create a relationship between Bill’s company and some hard-working temporary employees.Now Bill never worries about having too much work. He knows he can get quality temporary employees whenever he needs them. Diversified keeps Bill’s business thriving all year, helping him with his HR problems so he can focus on what he does best.Read Bill's Full Story
Susan runs a busy printing business. She needs to hire an office administrator to help keep everyone’s schedules straight, book meetings, and make sure supplies don’t run short. If Susan had the time, she’d hire someone herself, but that’s the problem!Susan talked to Diversified. She was confident in their candidates because of the time they committed to testing and understanding. She also loved the fact that she could stay focused on her business, while Diversified found her the perfect fit.Read Susan's Full Story
Bernard owns a small engineering firm and needs to attract experienced staff to help him manage some of the upcoming projects he’s acquired. The ads he’s posted don’t seem to be getting the response he’d hoped for.Bernard talked to Diversified. They were able to use their extensive Alberta network to get in touch with qualified engineers who were interested in working for a smaller firm where they would have more responsibility.Read Bernard's Full Story