Volt Named as America’s Best Temporary Staffing Firm and Best Professional Recruiting Firm by Forbes

ORANGE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Volt Information Sciences, Inc. ("Volt" or the "Company") (NYSE-AMERICAN: VOLT), a global provider of staffing services, today announced that it has been recognized for the second consecutive year on Forbes’ annual list of America’s Best Temporary Staffing Firms. In addition, Volt was named as a Best Professional Recruiting Firm for 2021.

The lists are comprised of the best staffing and recruiting agencies based on the results of independent surveys involving over 31,000 recruiters and 7,200 job candidates and hiring managers who have worked with the firms. More than 26,000 nominations were considered in the final analysis and Volt was selected as one of the best.

"We are proud to repeat the honor of being named by Forbes as a Best Temporary Staffing Firm and also be recognized for our professional recruiting services," said Linda Perneau, Volt’s President and Chief Executive Officer. "It is not merely our established brand that guarantees such recognition but rather the support we offer our candidates and the expert service we provide to our clients. Ultimately, it’s hard work in all aspects of our business that continues to feed Volt’s growth and we appreciate the industry acknowledging the tremendous effort of our teams in the most challenging of years."

About Volt Information Sciences, Inc.

Volt Information Sciences, Inc. is a global provider of staffing services (traditional time and materials-based as well as project-based). Our staffing services consist of workforce solutions that include providing contingent workers, personnel recruitment services, and managed staffing services programs supporting primarily administrative, technical, information technology, light-industrial and engineering positions. Our managed staffing programs involve managing the procurement and on-boarding of contingent workers from multiple providers. Volt services global industries including aerospace, automotive, banking and finance, consumer electronics, information technology, insurance, life sciences, manufacturing, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, software, telecommunications, transportation, and utilities. For more information, visit www.volt.com.

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Released June 2, 2021

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