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Why S2 Staffing?

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We Have a Situation Here

Our expertise at filling Sales positions and IT and Engineering jobs works to your advantage—whether you are offering the position or seeking one. We know the keys to putting people and roles together in ways that work.

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Who We Are




Corey Bethune Kreuz

Corey began his career in staffing in 1999 when he joined Hollister Staffing. While at Hollister, Corey advanced from Recruiter to Training Manager, Branch Manager, and eventually Division Manager. In 2009, Corey took the opportunity to build a startup and help grow SaleStart, a national sales staffing firm. SaleStart was part of one of the most successful and fastest growing staffing firms in the country. The Boston Business Journal ranked the company as one of the best places to work multiple times. Corey became President of SaleStart in 2013 and has now rebranded in 2020 to S2 Staffing. The idea is to provide clients with a choice of more thorough, innovative service than is available in the national staffing market. When Corey is not working you will find him at a hockey rink or a local field watching one of his three kids play lacrosse, field hockey or baseball.


VP of Recruiting

Jerimey Braley

Jerimey brings more than 20 years of talent-acquisition experience, which includes contract, contract-to-hire, permanent, and executive-search placements. He has partnered with a diverse portfolio of companies that include some of the largest, most-respected Fortune 50-500 organizations along with a countless number of rapidly growing, hi-tech startups. He’s built and managed high-performing recruiting teams, taking a quality-over-quantity approach while ensuring everyone remains focused on the most important part of our business, which are the people and clients we serve. Jerimey is a proud father to two children, an active member in his community, and an avid sports fan. When he’s not working towards advancing your career, you can find him at the local fields and gyms, coaching and/or cheering on his kids.

Kerriann Kreuz
Sourcing & Operations Manager

Kerriann Kreuz

Kerriann started her recruiting career in 1998 in Chicago placing actuaries nationally and internationally. She then moved to Boston in 2000 where she placed technical talent for Hollister Staffing’s Permanent Division. She moved to the IT Contract team in 2004 and was very successful developing strong relationships with technical consultants across the country. Kerriann decided to leave the staffing industry in 2008 to focus raising her three children while running the household. She came back to the industry on a part-time basis working for SaleStart in a support and operations position. Kerriann is now excited about her dual role at S2 Staffing as an Operations & Sourcing Manager and looks forward to being an integral part of helping the national staffing firm grow.




Michelle Cataldo

Michelle graduated from UMass Amherst with a degree in economics and has been a recruiting professional in the tech industry for the past 8 years. Michelle started her staffing career with SaleStart (now S2 Staffing), where she quickly became a top producer by placing all levels of sale talent. After three years with SaleStart, Michelle accepted a position at WordStream, where she was the lead Sales Recruiter, Employer Branding & Community Impact Manager for four years. Joining the S2 Staffing team as a consultant, Michelle is passionate about finding the best fit for her candidates and building programs that attract and engage top talent for growing organizations. Michelle was born and raised in Boston and is now based in Tampa Bay, Florida.

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Choice Is a Funny Thing These Days

We all think we want more of it, but the reality is most of the choices out there are more distraction than actual option. The larger staffing companies pride themselves on how many markets they serve, how many services they offer, and how many candidates they will place in front of you. For us, it’s not about that. Because we listen, we know what you’re trying to do. We’ve built a relationship with you and your team. Because we’re a nimble operation, we can create an individualized strategy that works for your needs. We know it’s going to work, because we negotiated the terms together.

We can do everything the large firms offer, but we can do it more effectively. By understanding your business, we know how you operate, so we can present the options best suited to your needs. Not every choice. Just the best.

Large firms try to give you up to 15 candidates to review for every job. That means they’re doing their job, right? Quite the opposite. They’re trying to hit a number, throwing resumes at you, and making you wade through interview after fruitless interview. We give you a better ratio. For every position S2 Staffing is asked to fill, you will interview an average of 2½ candidates, and we’re confident you’ll make an offer. Why? Because we understand your business.

Find the right fit:

Sales Jobs

A position with the training you need and the goals you love to hit.


Innovative technology

Rounding up specific designs and talking about the merits of each is the perfect way to find common ground.

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Improving your skills

Rounding up specific designs and talking about the merits of each is the perfect way to find common ground.

Sales Jobs

Find the right fit: A position with the training you need and the goals you love to hit.

IT and Engineering Jobs

Show off your chops in roles where you can learn new things and teach us a thing or two besides.

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Job Search

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Career Advice

Know the score and learn from others’ experiences. We’ve seen a thing or two, and we try not to take the world too seriously.

For Employers
For Employers

Know all the options for staffing your business. We may just surprise you.

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Start a conversation with us. Who knows where it will lead? Could it be a new hire that solves the puzzle? Or is it a new role that has all the benefits and challenges you’re looking for?