Ssi People Announces New Executive VP of Strategy and Development

SSi People today announced the appointment of Manny Vidal as executive vice president of strategy and development — effective immediately.

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With more than 20 years of staffing and recruiting experience, Vidal grew as a professional and leader entirely in the staffing industry. For the last 10 years, Vidal served in executive roles that prioritized engagement and experience at Matlen Silver, ultimately leading the company as CEO during its most successful period of growth in company history. Subsequently, the company received numerous awards from TechServe Alliance and Staffing Industry Analysts during Vidal’s tenure as CEO.

“At SSi People, we have seen tremendous growth recently, and are poised for exponential growth in the coming years. Manny Vidal is undoubtedly the right person to build upon our 20-plus years of success in the staffing industry, and help usher in that continued growth,” said Ronald Seibert, president and CEO of SSi People. “As an industry veteran known for his passion in our business, Manny’s hands-on approach as an accessible leader with an unwavering commitment to quality and service mirror SSi People’s values and mission as a company. I am confident he will be a tremendous leader for our organization.”

A TechServe Alliance Board Member, Vidal said, “I chose to join SSi People because of Ron and his incredible team. It’s the little things that make a company great — this is a core lesson that’s more important now than ever before. SSI is absolutely committed to both the biggest and the smallest details. The passion around people here at SSI is the brightest I have ever seen. I am beyond excited to join SSi People and help our team make any impact that we can on this world.”

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