Wayne State University

Temporary Staffing Agencies

Any request for temporary staffing services must be submitted to the Employment Service Center, which will serve as the central coordinator for the temporary agency process. ESC will partner with the approved University agencies to identify a temporary employee that will meet your needs. Visit http://hr.wayne.edu/clientservices/recruiting/staffing-agency.php  to see how to go about arranging for a temp through any of the approved staffing agencies.

Once a temporary employee has been identified, to process a requisition to cover the cost, prepare a WayneBuy Requisition stating the agency to be used, the type of service required, the hourly rate, and the anticipated time frame this service will be required. Procurement will prepare a Contract Purchase Order and issue it to the agency. In the event the time frame must be extended, please complete a WayneBuy Change Order Request (COR) Requisition, which will automatically route to Procurement upon approval at the Departmental level. Simply note the necessary changes to the terms of service.

Below is a list of the approved Temporary Staffing Agencies who have been selected as a result of the University's Request for Proposal for temporary staffing services. Up to one additional vendors may be added at a later date

Minority Owned Companies:

Company Name Banner ID Primary Contact Website Address (URL)

HCS Resource
6001 N. Adams Rd., Suite 102
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

(248) 593-1950,
ext 3005

003610539 Julie Stuertz http://www.hcsteam.com/

Computech Corporation
100 W. Kirby St
Suite 101
Detroit, MI 48202

248-594-6500 x 115

003736926 Michele Nunn http://www.computechcorp.com/

Majority Owned Companies:

Kelly Services
211 W. Fort, Suite 100
Detroit, MI 48226-3244

(313) 967-9355

003382614 Jennifer Willoughby http://www.kellyservices.us/us/ushome/

Snelling Personnel Services
29777 Telegraph, Suite 1311
Southfield, MI 48034 

(248) 352-1300

003389238 Susan Gibson http://www.snelling.com/

Last Updated on 11/12/2012
By Kenneth Doherty