We have been an administrative staffing agency, specializing in the reception and conference center areas since 1992. We created this division to elevate making a first impression into a professional career.
By partnering with us, you are able to focus on your core business and leave the challenge of managing these areas to us. We excel at recruiting, training, and managing the right people to be your ambassadors of goodwill and ensure that every first encounter with your firm is world class.
Our administrative recruiters believe that first impressions are lasting ones and that is why a company’s reception area is a core part of its brand. The first interaction a client has influences their impression of your firm within seconds. It is critical to have the right team in place to make certain that the first encounter is warm, welcoming, and engaging.
Since 1990, Gainor has been managing visitor center services for both high profile companies as well as tight security locations throughout New York City. Our First Impressions program demonstrates to visitors and to the world-at-large that these locations are concerned about how their guests are received. This is the first impression of your organization.
The experience your guests have during your big events begins with the person that greets them. Gainor provides a staff that embodies the warm welcome. Our staff ushers them through the registration process, coat check, and guides them through the venue to the conclusion of the event.
"I knew I was ready for a career change, but I didn't know exactly what it would be and if my current skills would measure up. I knew I wanted a position that gave me both security and variety. Working with Margot and the rest of the staff at Gainor was one of those serendipitous moments of readiness meets opportunity. Their personable yet professional demeanors helped me feel supported and challenged to do my best. With their help I've been able to consider new career possibilities I hadn't considered--my life has been changed for the better--a million thank you's Gainor!"