Leota began her business in 1986, when client companies asked the Leota Ester Employment Agency to provide them with temporary clerical and administrative workers. Leota’s business became Landmark Temporary Services (known today as Landmark Staffing Resources). Thirteen years later, Landmark was sending out up to 2000 W-2 forms each year to its employees. Over 700 women and men were working each week from Green Bay to Oshkosh. As owner-president of a new business with no former business experience, Leota turned to the business leaders she respected and the organizations with expertise, such as the Fox Cities Chamber, to learn how to run a successful business. She learned the things that matter most; ethical, honest, fair, reliable, consistent standards, and genuine respect for all involved. Leota says she owes Landmark’s success to those leaders, her clients, and thousands of employees who sought to contribute to everyone’s success by doing outstanding work. She is thankful for her 50 in-house staff in the four offices in NE Wisconsin who worked tirelessly. She is truly appreciative their work, their commitment to the company vision, and their friendship.
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