Penmac Staffing in Springfield, MO
Penmac Staffing, a premier supplier of human resource services, is headquartered in Springfield, MO. Founder Patti Penny opened the doors of the first office in downtown Springfield, MO in 1988. Still the largest branch in the company, Springfield has relationships with clients and job seekers within the city, as well as the outlying towns of Nixa, Ozark, Marshfield, Bolivar, Republic, Clever, Farmington, Mountain Grove, Pleasant Hope, and more. In Springfield, Penmac works with businesses and individuals in almost any area of employment. The downtown office has two divisions—clerical and industrial—to better serve each sector. The clerical department frequently hires for jobs such as customer service representative, administrative assistant, accountant, and retail sales. Industrial’s jobs include, but aren’t limited to production and warehouse workers, machinists, welders, assembly workers, mechanics, and custodial workers.
Business in Springfield, MO
As the fastest growing city in Missouri, Springfield’s workforce has been increasing faster than the national average. Its diverse mix of industries gives Springfield a broad and solid economic base. Healthcare, the area’s largest industry, makes up about 18% of the workforce, with two large hospitals based in Springfield. In addition, several retail and professional businesses are headquartered in the city, including Bass Pro Shops, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and BKD, an accounting firm. Springfield’s central location makes it ideal for manufacturing and logistics employers.
About Springfield, MO
Springfield, MO is located in the Ozark Mountains in the southwestern part of the state. It is the third largest city in Missouri, with over 160,000 residents, and an even larger workforce and metropolitan area made from the many surrounding towns. Springfield, the seat of Greene County, is a retail and business hub for many living outside of the city limits. It is also home to thousands of students, attending one of Springfield’s four colleges. Springfield’s rich history—as the birthplace of Route 66, part of the Trail of Tears, and location of the Battle of Wilson’s Creek during the Civil War—makes it a great place to celebrate the city’s past while looking toward the future.