After years in infrastructure development, Damin Starr took over a parts manufacturing company in 2005. He soon discovered that the company’s practice of hiring just-in-time staff through temp agencies created problems such as high turnover and potentially dangerous fatigue for employees who had to work multiple jobs. Realizing that the long-term prosperity of the company was at risk, Damin developed a business that provided permanent positions with a higher wage. These changes improved both the health of the workforce and the overall fiscal situation of the company.