Stryden Issues Corrected Paychecks for MSP Employees

(MINNEAPOLIS – Sept. 20, 2007) Stryden, a leading staffing solutions provider to the transportation and hospitality industries, today announced it had issued corrected paychecks to its Minneapolis-based employees whose checks had incorrect amounts due to a clerical error. Many Stryden employees walked off their job earlier in the week over the error but have now returned to their jobs driving rental cars.

“Stryden met with affected employees on Wednesday to apologize again for the clerical error, to explain the situation, to issue revised checks and to ensure all of Stryden’s valued employees were once again fully focused on their jobs and serving our clients,” said Joe Buccheri, Stryden vice president. “We believe this issue is now behind us and moving forward.”

With more than 20 years of experience in the staffing industry, Stryden contracts with rental car companies at locations throughout the United States and Canada to provide drivers who move rental car returns for cleaning, service and re-positioning.

“Stryden is rightfully proud of customer service record with our rental car company customers,” said Sonya Locke, Stryden CEO and president. “Despite this clerical error, Stryden’s track record of going over and above to meet its customer’s expectations is well-known in the industry and we will continue to deliver on this.”

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