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A: Yes. All permanent placement recruiting firms located in South Carolina must have a license. To find out if an agency has a license, contact Doug Renew at 803.734.1728. Employment agencies operating without a license will be contacted by the South Carolina Secretary of State's office immediately.




A: Charles Foster is a local, woman owned small business that has been serving the Lowcountry from our office in Charleston since 1969. We are the premier source for semi-professional and professional personnel in the Trident area. We have specialized departments that recruit for Admin/Clerical, Accounting/Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, as well as Human Resource Professionals. Our recruiters are certified or in the process of becoming certified.




A: Charles Foster has built its reputation on locating the most qualified candidates to fit your personnel needs and company atmosphere. We specialize in Temp, Temp- to- Hire and Direct placements. We have an extensive database of skilled candidates and are able to accommodate your immediate staffing needs. If your position requires special experience or qualifications, Charles Foster will recruit the very best professional to meet the needs of your company.





A: CF has a Department dedicated exclusively to executive placements and is staffed with professional recruiters who have industry specific specialties.





A: Absolutely - Simply inform us of your intentions prior to taking action.






A: Let us know of the problem and how you would like it to be handled. As the employer of the Temp, we will handle any disciplinary action for you including dismissal if that is what is required.





A: CPC's, CSP's and CTS's have taken the extra step to provide their clients with "leading edge" expertise, making their services even more valuable in an ever-changing market. This designation is the industry's badge of professionalism and seal of excellence. It is recognized as the industry's highest standard, and it is the public's assurance of quality service.





A: Knowledge of current employment laws and procedures, as well as business operations and ethics; Education continues after an all-inclusive exam is taken and passed. Certified professionals must also agree to participate in mandatory continuing education, at least 50 hours every three years to keep current with changes in laws and regulations, Experience of at least two years in the profession, Service of the highest quality to meet the needs of both candidate and company, Ethics by adhering to NAPS Standards of Ethical Practices, Commitment, Credibility and Dedication to the Industry.