NEXTAFF works with business leaders that are frustrated with the increasing number of tasks that are cutting into their profits and cash flow. Most of the business leaders we meet with are upset to find out that many of their profit killers are employment or employee related. What we find are business leaders that are concerned with spending too much time on government and payroll regulations, not being able to recruit quality employees, or simply just not having the expertise and techniques to maximize productivity from their existing employees. NEXTAFF helps companies maximize and benefit from strategic workforce planning. Today change is the only constant. Those who remain flexible and adapt quickly can hold the competitive advantage.
The West Palm Beach office focuses on providing services to municipalities and county governmental agencies. More specifically, this office provides school crossing guard services to local cities, county agencies, and charter/private/religious educational institutions. With over 10 state-certified school crossing guard trainers on staff, NEXTAFF of West Palm Beach, also provides school crossing guard training to county governments, municipalities, educational institutions and private companies needing the necessary certification and training to carry out their work.
Through NEXTAFF’s Workforce Strategies solutions, the West Palm Beach office is able to assist their school crossing guard clients improve efficiency and quality, enabling them to concentrate on their core business activities.
With over 25 years’ experience in Human Resources and Operations Management, Ms. Butler understands staffing and workflow. She oversees the overall management of the NEXTAFF offices in South Florida. She also serves as contract liaison with local municipalities and governmental agencies. Ms. Butler is an FDOT Certified School Crossing Guard Trainer and a subject matter expert, helping to shape policy locally and statewide.
In 2015, Ms. Butler was invited by the Administrator of the Florida Crossing Guard Training Program to take part in the statewide committee review and update of the Florida School Crossing Guard Training (Uniform) Guidelines for 2016.
Ms. Butler was one of nine individuals involved in the process, and the only individual from a privately held company to participate. The new guidelines were released March 2016, and Ms. Butler was also involved in the statewide rollout of the guidelines.
Mrs. Williams manages our day-to-day school crossing guard operations and coordinates our training efforts. A former Navy training petty officer, she has extensive knowledge in training and human resources management. Mrs. Williams is an FDOT Certified School Crossing Guard Trainer.