Staffing provider The Reserves Network has acquired North Carolina-based staffing firm Hire Alternatives.
The company will maintain the Hire Alternatives name and brand, and operate as an affiliate of the Cleveland-based staffing firm.
Pete Pappas, founder and president of Hire Alternatives, transitions to the new role of senior vice president of strategy and culture. Day-to-day operations of the Hire Alternatives branches will be managed by Trevor Jefferson, vice president. All internal employees will remain with the company at its seven office locations.
The Reserves Network entered the North Carolina market in 1998 and expanded into Georgia in 2008. Hire Alternative’s Asheboro, Burlington, Gastonia, Greensboro and Wilmington North Carolina offices join The Reserves Network’s locations in Charlotte, Elkin and Statesville. A Smyrna office adds to The Reserves Network’s existing Georgia locations in Duluth, McDonough and Savannah. The Hire Alternative’s Danville office in Virginia will be The Reserves Network’s first location in the state.