NEW YORK CITY – September 27, 2017 – Rebecca Cenni, founder and CEO of Atrium Staffing, was selected as one of the “Power 50,” a list of the most influential women in the North American staffing industry. This list is compiled by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as part of the “2017 Global Power 100 – Women in Staffing.”
On its website, SIA notes: “Rebecca Cenni set out to change the employment industry when she founded Atrium Staffing at the age of 24. With the passion to offer a more humanistic approach, the CEO developed her trademarked ‘Applicant-Centric’ philosophy, offering healthcare benefits and PTO to contingent workers. Today, Atrium generates a quarter-billion dollars in revenue annually and employs 20,000 workers. The firm earned numerous awards in 2016, including Inavero’s Best of Staffing Talent Award, 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies and the SmartCEO Future 50 honor. Cenni also devotes time to organizations such as Girl Talk, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and Dress for Success.”
Cenni said, “I am thrilled to be recognized by SIA as part of the Power 50, which honors the active role women in staffing play in changing the workforce landscape. The award directly reflects our dedication to empowering women and I am grateful to be acknowledged for these efforts.”
The Global Power 100 list was conceived by SIA to honor policymakers, businesspersons, technologists, crusaders and other industry leaders. In addition to being featured on SIA’s website, the “Power 50” will also be featured in the October print edition of Staffing Industry Review magazine.
About Atrium Staffing
Atrium’s expertise includes Temporary and Direct Hire Staffing, Payrolling Services, Independent Contractor Compliance, Managed Service Provider (MSP) Programs and Intern Program Design. Combining over 20 years of experience with the most advanced HR technologies, Atrium delivers top talent, heightened compliance and reduced operational burden.
Founded in 1989, SIA is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. Their proprietary research covers all categories of employed and non-employed work including temporary staffing, independent contracting and other types of contingent labor. SIA’s independent and objective analysis provides insights into the services and suppliers operating in the workforce solutions ecosystem including staffing firms, managed service providers, recruitment process outsourcers, payrolling/compliance firms and talent acquisition technology specialists such as vendor management systems, online staffing platforms, crowdsourcing and online work services. They also provide training and accreditation with our unique Certified Contingent Workforce Professional (CCWP) program.