In just three years, Southern Point has become the top choice for one of the area’s most valuable resources – a skilled, qualified workforce. A growing number of Southwest Georgia’s most successful industries have come to depend on SPS, not only for temporary day labor, but for vital, career-minded employees to advance within their organizations. More than 80 percent of our applicants find full-time, rewarding careers in industries ranging from construction to clerical work.
Client satisfaction is essential to our company’s success. We treat each of our customers with southern hospitality and professionalism every time and believe in beginning this practice before a potential client becomes a customer. Our business is 100-percent customer driven and we feel very strongly that our success largely depends on our level of customer care.
Unlike many nationally and regionally-franchised employment agencies in the area, Southern Point Staffing can attribute much of its success to being a local, family-owned business. Owners Jason and Brianna Wilson, who serve respectively as Business Development Director and Chief Operations Officer, instill their own work ethic, values and business sense into each new employee they hire. The Wilsons build and foster partnerships with SPS clients that franchise companies can’t replicate.
Jason Wilson is a member of the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Chamber’s Small Business Resource Committee. He also has membership in the Dougherty Rotary Club, Artesian City Sertoma Club, Ducks Unlimited, Quail Forever and Moose Lodge 1285. He is a member of Masonic Lodge 591.
Brianna Wilson is a member of the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Chamber’s New Members Committee. She also has membership in Ducks Unlimited and Moose Lodge 1285. The Wilsons and Southern Point Staffing are proud supporters and sponsors of the Chamber’s Ambassador Program, contributing to that group’s efforts in creating a positive impact on the strength and character of business in this city.