The Reserves Network Acquires Resource Staffing

Fairview Park, Ohio – The Reserves Network, a leading staffing provider of office, industrial, professional and technical talent, has acquired Texas-based staffing firm Resource Staffing.

Founded in 1989, Resource Staffing serves job seekers and customers in office administration, accounting, finance, real estate, customer care and non-clinical healthcare/medical. The company has five offices, Sugar Land, Houston Galleria, Houston Northwest, Austin/San Antonio and Dallas Metroplex. This past year, they placed more than 3400 employees with hundreds of clients throughout the state of Texas.

Locations will maintain the Resource Staffing name and brand, operating as an affiliate of The Reserves Network. Resource Staffing co-founders Dan Hines and Ricky Moorer will remain to ensure a seamless transition. All internal employees will remain with the company. The merger became official on Oct. 18.

“As two companies with very rich histories come together, we anticipate many great opportunities will lie ahead,” says Hines. “Not only do we share similar business models, customers and geographic locations, but we also hold the same core values of developing successful partnerships with our customers based on trust and confidence,” adds Moorer.

The Reserves Network joined the Texas business community in 2019 through the acquisition of Houston-based ExecuTeam and Team1Medical.

“Resource Staffing joining The Reserves Network is a natural fit,” says Neil Stallard, CEO of The Reserves Network. “Both companies share a vision of providing elite service to our customers and employees. The company, with its talented team, is the right partner for us to grow and expand our business offerings, and we’re excited to now have them as a part of our family.”

Nicholas Stallard, chief growth officer of The Reserves Network states: “As we strategically look at ways to grow our company, opportunities to unify with great organizations like Resource Staffing are unmistakable. We are excited about our continued expansion in the great state of Texas.”


About The Reserves Network

Headquartered in the Cleveland suburb of Fairview Park, Ohio, The Reserves Network was founded in 1984. The veteran-founded and family-owned company is privately held and has received multiple honors for customer loyalty, outstanding growth and management excellence. The Reserves Network employs more than 20,000 employees annually through its more than 40 operating locations in the Midwest, Northeast, Southeast and Southwest, and works with customers nationwide.

How to Prepare for Your First Day as a Model Home Greeter

You applied and sent in your resume, you were interviewed by phone, attended a professional model home attendant training session, and are now preparing for your first day as an attendant in an actual model home. This is very exciting!  First days on a new assignment can seem intimidating until you settle into your general duties, understand the Sales Counselor and Resource Staffing’s expectations.  What can you do to make sure you are prepared for your first day as a model home attendant? Let’s take a look! 

Have your Information Ready 

Once you receive your confirmation sheet, be sure to contact your Sales Counselor and introduce yourself a few days before your assignment. Once you have arrived in the model, email all those copied on the confirmation that you have arrived.         

Arrive early to the model home 

Arriving to work on time is an expectation and should be the norm not the exception.  To ensure you are ready to open on time you should arrive 5-7 minutes early.  This will allow you time to turn off the alarm, turn on the lights, and notify every one of your arrivalComplete a “walk through” and make sure the model is in order for guests. Make sure there are brochures on hand for guests, prepare additional brochures if needed before potential buyers arrive.  Read and become familiar with information provided in the model, be aware of what is standard vs. upgrade, locate the inventory price sheet, and locate the section map. This will help make you feel more acquainted with the builder. 

Listen to model home guests and ask plenty of questions 

Always stand and greet guests that have entered the model.  Ask opened end questions and get a feel for what the guests are looking for in a new home. Request the guests complete a registration card and make detailed notes on the back as you learn your guests needs in a new home 

Go Easy on Yourself 

This is your first day in a model home. It is understood you will not be perfect, you will not know how to do everything or where everything is located nor able to answer all the guest’s questions. Guess what? That’s OK. You will settle in quicker if you cut yourself some slack, absorb as much as possible and learn from any mistakes you make.  

Smile.. ..Smile …Smile 

You made it and finished the day! 

Ready to Become a Model Home Greeter? Let Resource Staffing Help! 

Whether you are retired, looking for a part-time job or looking to make a little extra money on the side, becoming a model home attendant is a great opportunity for those who love meeting new people. Browse our website for available positions in your as a model home attendants!