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Category: Press Mentions

Kids in the Office

LLoyd Staffing was recently contacted by Wall Street Journal Columnist, Sue Shellenbarger, to learn how we and other companies accommodate children in our corporate setting. One of the staff members she interviewed was Barbara Cohen Farber, Executive Director of LLoyd Administrative Staffing, with 14 years at LLoyd and nearly 30 years as a recruiter of talent.

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Nancy Schuman

Back to the Future Event Celebrates LLoyd’s 42 Years of Excellence

LLoyd first opened its doors in 42 years ago. Founded in 1971, by Merrill Banks, a certified staffing professional (CSP), Mr. Banks continues to serve as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Today, second generation leadership is in place, with Keith Banks, CSP, as President, and Jason Banks, CSP, serving as Executive Vice President.

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LLoyd Supports Long Island Coalition for the Homeless Project

As part of LLoyd’s commitment to community outreach, we chose to support the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless (LICH) in their partnership with Holiday Magic and Every Child’s Dream. Together with these groups, LLoyd employees helped to collect school supplies, backpacks, clothing and sneakers for more than 1,000 children in need on Long Island.

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LLoyd Named Best of Long Island

In the 7th year of the Best of Long Island poll, administrated by the Long Island Press, LLoyd recently took first place honors in the Staffing Services category in the first year this category was offered.

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