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A firm manufactures micro-abrasive blasting equipment. The company has been in business 30 years and currently employs 35. Human resource responsibility is shared between the president and the payroll person. The company had been experiencing high turnover, resulting primarily from poor hires. This was especially evident in the engineering and administrative support areas. The president was not able to focus on growing the company because of the amount of time he was spending on H.R. and sales administration. The president asked JorgensenHR to provide general H.R. support, with a focus on recruiting. Excellent employees were cost-effectively hired as technicians, engineers and administrative support personnel.