In full support of meaningful employment and black business, BlackEnterprise.com has compiled a list of staffing agencies for you to check out while engaging in your job search. These companies specialize in varying industries–from tech, to sales, to healthcare, and finance. Find your best fit below.
Founded by Aaron Nolan, Nolan Career Consulting specializes in placing top talent within diverse organizations. Those with interest in the advertising, management, healthcare, sales, sales support, operations, accounting, IT, and cosmetology industries need apply.
2.Â ACT-1 Group
Janice Bryant Howroyd founded ACT-1Â in 1978, and has since become the first Black woman to own a billion-dollar company. Operating in over 19 countries, the company provides employment, workforce management, and procurement solutions to a wide range of industries, Fortune 500 organizations, local and mid-market companies, and government agencies.
Based in Atlanta and founded by Derrick Harris, Standby Talent Staffing Services provides temp-to-hire, project based, and direct hire opportunities to those in the information technology, administrative, accounting, and finance industries.
Founded by Gene C. Waddy, Diversant is as fully-certified, minority-owned business enterprise. It is also the largest African American-owned IT staffing firm in the United States. With several locations around the United States, this company offers direct hire, IT staff augmentation, and innovative diversity solutions.
Founded by Jerald Baker and located in the heart of Valencia, California, MoTek Technologies specializes in placing exceptionally talented software and hardware engineers in highly coveted positions in Silicon Valley.
6.Â Vets Etc.
Founded in 2009 by veteran John Nash, Vets Etc. offers staffing services, logistics consulting services, and more in and around Seaside, California. The company serves federal defense and civilian agencies, commercial businesses, and state and local government entities.
Know of any black-owned staffing agencies that we missed on this list? Please do share in the comments. Let us all as a community come together in support of each other and our businesses, because #BlackBizMatters.