Detroit’s Strategic Staffing Solutions Appoints Detroit Market Team Leader


Bob Zhang

Photo courtesy of Strategic Staffing Solutions

Strategic Staffing Solutions in Detroit today announced the promotion of Bob Zhang to Detroit market team leader. Previously, Zhang was director of customer care and contact services of Strategic's customer contact centers, where he led a team to create a facility in Detroit in a matter of weeks.

“It's truly gratifying to create opportunities for our team and fill roles and needs with current team members,” says Cindy Pasky, founder and CEO of Strategic Staffing Solutions. “We hire based on talent rather than experience on paper. We hire and promote solely on merit. This is virtually unheard of in our industry.”

In his new role, Zhang will lead Strategic's Detroit branch, which is the company’s largest branch and an integral part of its growth with a reach that touches more than 12 countries. He will also lead the Detroit Development Center, Strategic’s hub for managed services, software business process outsourcing, enterprise resource planning integration, web and application development, and maintenance services. The center also houses Strategic’s call center that offers testing, software development, and desktop support.

“I am truly honored to work for a company that not only believes in my personal and professional growth, but a company that is also equally as invested in the community,” says Zhang. “Through S3, I have had many opportunities to work with community service programs where we help change people's positions in life, whether it's the homeless or underprivileged children.”

Zhang says his main goal in his new position is to understand customers’ business objectives, technical environment, and company culture to provide a well-screened, highly skilled staff.

Zhang has degrees in computer science and mathematics. He joined Strategic in 2004 as IT director and was in charge of maintaining the infrastructure of the company’s 32 global offices.

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