Shown above, Ulster Community College President Dr. Alan P. Roberts and Normann Staffing President Tony Marmo with Milly Slater, one of the staffing agency employees at the college. Normann Staffing has been providing temporary full- and part-time workers since 2001.
“Normann Staffing has been known to work over the weekend to make sure we have someone in place for Monday morning,” says Jennifer Mullan, assistant dean of Human Relations at SUNY Ulster.
“They can be relied on to provide us with quality personnel. We can call them one day and have a person the next,” she said.
“SUNY Ulster is a great client, and it’s one that demonstrates the capabilities the agency has to provide people with a variety of skills”, said Tony Marmo.
They use personnel across various departments, from administrative office work to the Public Safety Department where Milly Slater has been helping on a full-time basis. When not supporting Normann Staffing, Milly is working with her personal training clients at an area Fitness Center.