GPS and Gallman Consulting attended SCSA Annual Meeting last night! Alicia Conners (Gallman Consulting) & Charlie Gallman Debbie St. Mark & Alicia Karen, Debbie, Alicia & MJ Mary Jane Sorrell & Nanci Fields Karen Smith & Smith Richardson Charlie & Karen MacVittie From SCSA http://www.scstaffing.org/ “The South Carolina Staffing Association (SCSA) is a… Read more »
Happy Birthday Jeff Gallman! We want to send Happy Birthday wishes to Jeff Gallman, Vice President of Sales and Marketing! Jeff, don’t count the years…count the wishes and all the cheers! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBb0LlOIB6w
Today Gallman Consulting’s in training “Building on Our Best” with Greg Doersching! www.gallman-consulting.com (Pictured from left to right: Charlie Gallman, Donna Byrd, Steve Conn, Greg Doersching, Georgette Sandifer, Alicia Conners, Jeff Gallman…photography: Debbie St. Mark)
Happy GPS Anniversary to Cathy Anderson, GPS Accounting! Have a great day!
Happy Anniversary to Steve Conn, Director of Placement for Gallman Consulting!
Project Supervisor – Road Warrior Location: Blythewood, SC Job Type: Direct Hire Salary: $38,000.00 – $40,000.00 http://jobs.gallman-consulting.com/JobSeeker/Project_Supervisor__Road_Warrior_J02021812.aspx Company Information Our Client is a leader in construction of insulated structures, food plant renovations, and produce ripening systems for the food industry. Benefits and Features Company paid healthcare Opportunity to travel Technical training Your Role with the… Read more »
Featured Jobs at Gallman Consulting: http://jobs.gallman-consulting.com/JobSeeker/SearchResults.aspx?runsearch=1&featured=1&defaultsearch=1 Quality Manager – Camden, SC Heavy Equipment Automotive Tech/Mechanic – Charleston, SC National Special Investigations Director – Winston-Salem, NC Senior Manufacturing Engineer – Columbia, SC Warehouse Manager – Atlanta, GA Electrical Controls Engineer – Denmark, SC Project Supervisor – Blythewood, SC Industrial Engineer – Winnsboro, SC Regional Civil Engineering… Read more »
http://blogs.marketwatch.com/capitolreport/2014/04/07/how-skills-gap-keeps-u-s-unemployment-elevated/ “How ‘skills gap’ keeps U.S. unemployment elevated” from Market Watch, The Wall Street Journal April 7, 2014, 12:58 PM ET One of the unexplained puzzles since the end of the Great Recession is the persistence of high unemployment despite frequent complaints by businesses that they cannot find enough qualified workers. Does a so-called skills… Read more »