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General Employment expands Omni One services in Naperville

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NAPERVILLE -- General Employment Enterprises has expanded its engineering staffing services to Naperville, under its Omni One division, to serve the Chicago Metropolitan area.

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"The first strategic growth initiative in our business plan is to expand the services in several of our locations throughout the United States and today we begin that process," said Andrew J. Norstrud, chief financial officer of General Employment Enterprises. "Matt Haeussler will lead this effort and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the division."

The full compliment of Omni One services are available out of the Naperville location, in addition to the Ashley Ellis Information Technology staffing services that are already in place.

"We are very excited to begin serving the Engineering industry in the greater Chicago area and throughout the region," Haeussler said. Under General Employment Enterprises, Omni One has a long history of placing engineers with great organizations throughout the United States."

The Naperville branch of General Employment Enterprises has had six years in the market to establish itself as a valuable resource in the Chicago area. The office operates with 11 recruiters, and is also projected to grow its array of services to include staffing in the finance and accounting industry in the near future.

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