December 9th, 2020
Beacon Hill achieved its fifth consecutive year as one of the 100 largest global staffing firms in the world based on sales generated in 2019 by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA). According to SIA, " The 100 firms on our list of the world’s largest staffing firms have a combined turnover of $224 billion (€200 billion) in 2019.” Beacon Hill Staffing Group ranked number 87.
“This highlights the extraordinary accomplishments of every member of Beacon Hill across all operating divisions,” remarked Andrew Wang, CEO. “We are proud to be recognized as one of the largest staffing firms on the globe.”
Beacon Hill Staffing Group was one of 36 staffing firms on the list headquartered in the United States, and one of 58 firms that are privately-held.
Our distinct specialty divisions provide talent strategy, workforce consulting, temporary and contract staffing, and temporary/contract-to-hire solutions as well as direct hire and executive search services to emerging growth companies and the Fortune 500 across market sectors, industries, skill disciplines and career specialties. Our specialty divisions include Beacon Hill Associates, Beacon Hill Digital & Creative, Beacon Hill Financial, Beacon Hill Government Services, Beacon Hill HR, Beacon Hill Legal, Beacon Hill Life Sciences, Beacon Hill National Security, Beacon Hill Solutions and Beacon Hill Technologies.
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Beacon Hill Staffing Group’s niche brands provide direct hire, executive search, temporary staffing, contract consulting, temp/contract-to-hire, and MSP/VMS and RPO solutions to emerging growth companies and the Fortune 500 across multiple market sectors and all industries. In 2019, Beacon Hill Staffing Group closed the year with revenues approaching $600 million. Over time, office locations, specialty practice areas and service offerings will be added to address ever changing constituent needs.