KLR is a business division of Kelly Services, which was established as Russell Kelly Office Service in 1946. The business was renamed Kelly Girl Service in 1957 and officially became Kelly Services in 1966. The company was founded by William Russell Kelly and initially focused only on traditional office services. It has now grown into a major workforce solutions provider for a range of industries. It is involved in the following specialty businesses: finance and accounting, education, engineering, information technology, law, science, and healthcare.
KLR, which was established in 1987, is staffed and run by attorneys and other legal professionals with both corporate and private practice experience. Today, the firm serves more than 75 percent of the Fortune 500 companies through its legal staffing
services, project services and centers, and outsourcing and consulting services.
Legal staffing services include traditional temporary contract staffing, temp-to-hire staffing, direct-hire staffing, executive search, and on-site partnered staffing.
Project services and center services consist of the evaluation of paralegal use, cost savings recommendations, activity reports, service recruitment coordination on a national basis, special invoicing, billing, document review, management solutions, trial consulting and presentation, project management, team placement, discovery projects, workspace solutions, and turnkey legal centers.
KLR's outsourcing and consulting services include human resource consulting, recruitment process outsourcing (RP), business process outsourcing (BPO), and contingent workforce outsourcing (CWO).
The firm offers a generous employee benefits package that includes a 401(k) with a salary deferral plan, health care coverage, short-and long-term disability insurance, and direct deposit.
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