Each business need is unique, and TriStarr offers solutions that are crafted to meet the individual needs of our customers.

Below you can read more about some of the work we do for our clients in the areas of:

  • Administrative Staffing
  • Professional Staffing
  • Recruiting
  • Human Resources Consulting

Administrative Staffing

Annual expo has perennial relationship with TriStarr.

Each year the New England-based operator of an annual trade expo for the wine industry must hire roughly 20 people to staff its local event. They require tasks from people to help with registration to overnight security for the event. The range of skills required, along with the distance from their headquarters, makes this a nearly impossible task without local support.

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Flexibility saves money for area school district.

Budget and job cuts had left one local school district with very few clerical and secretarial staff members to perform critical roles like attendance processing. Employees with decades of experience and senior skill sets were having their time cannibalized by critical administrative tasks, while higher level needs were being placed on the back burner. The school district needed to find a way to manage these critical clerical tasks without carrying the expensive overhead of health care and pensions.

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Global engineering firm staffs local office from scratch.

When a leading engineering firm made a move to Lancaster County, they needed to staff their entire office from zero without the press, their competition, or employees in other offices catching wind of the change.

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Seasonal business relies on TriStarr for more than a decade.

Our client, a leading administrator of employee benefit plans, experiences a large volume of enrollment requests each year during the open enrollment period for their largest client, a government entity. This busy time usually lasts between four to six months and can require between 12 and 20 temps, but the workload and duration is variable each year.

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Keeping outsourcing local for one local health care organization.

With the costs of providing employee benefits rising at a rapid rate, many of our large clients turn to TriStarr for solutions to keep overhead costs manageable. Our client, a large health care organization, found that the gross cost of operating their scheduling call center was becoming prohibitive.

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Help wanted: 60 temps in six hours.

A longtime client called TriStarr at 9:00 a.m. with an urgent need for a large clerical project requiring a large number of people (60) that needed to be completed as quickly as possible. They needed three shifts of 20 people each, starting at 3:00 pm., just six hours away.

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Professional Staffing

Career accounting professional finds satisfaction in contract work.

When our candidate chose early retirement, he didn’t realize he would still have the desire to do what he loves — accounting consulting work.

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Recruiting

Manufacturer requires highly unique skill set.

A local manufacturing company was recently acquired by a Japanese corporation. They had an immediate need for translation services as well as someone on staff that would be able to help the new Japanese employees make the transition, with their families, to life in Lancaster County.

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Digital marketer with explosive growth finds a better solution.

Our client, a digital marketing firm, had been experiencing explosive growth over the past five years. So much growth that they found they had been paying large fees to various employment providers because they were without an HR Director and didn’t have the expertise to recruit and hire one.

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Small business needs a high-value professional.

A local real estate development company came to TriStarr in search of a highly compensated employee. For this company, the industry standard fee for a direct-hire position was more than they were comfortable paying.

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Human Resources

Lancaster County school district prepares for change.

One community-service organization came to us with a problem: they needed a new executive director and had a wonderful, engaged search committee, but no one on the committee had human resources expertise, and they did not have the budget to contract with a recruiter.

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Nonprofit search committee seeks support.

One community-service organization came to us with a problem: they needed a new executive director and had a wonderful, engaged search committee, but no one on the committee had human resources expertise, and they did not have the budget to contract with a recruiter.

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