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Graham Personnel Services Named One of the Largest Triad Temporary Placement Firms

GREENSBORO- Graham Personnel Services (GPS), an award-winning national full-service staffing firm, is pleased to announce that GPS has been named one of the largest Triad temporary placement firms by Triad Business Journal (TBJ).The region’s temporary placement firms were ranked by hours billed in 2019. GPS was ranked #5 with 2.

Graham Personnel Services Named One of the Best Places to Work for the Fourth Consecutive Year

GREENSBORO- Graham Personnel Services (GPS), an award-winning national full-service staffing firm, is pleased to announce that GPS has been named one of the 2020 Best Places to Work by Triad Business Journal (TBJ), for the fourth year in a row!This year, TBJ is announcing the winners by category. Categories include micro (10-24 employees), small (25-49), medium (50-99), large

Overall Economy Is Recovering Faster Than Economists Expected

Wall Street Journal (09/10/20) Torry, Harriet; DeBarros, Anthony The economy and labor market are recovering from the coronavirus-related downturn more quickly than previously expected, according to a survey of 62 economists by the Wall Street Journal. Economists expect gross domestic product to increase at an annualized rate of 23.9% in the third quarter, which is sharply up

Graham Personnel Services Honors Contributions of Temporary and Contract Employees

Celebrations Planned for National Staffing Employee Week, Sept. 14–20Greensboro, NC, September 14,2020- Graham Personnel Services (GPS), an award-winning national full-service staffing firm based in Greensboro, NC, is joining staffing agencies from across the nation in celebrating  Posted in Blog Leave a Comment on Graham Personnel Services Honors Contributions of Temporary and Contract Employees

Factory Owners Hiking Pay to Lure Workers Even With Jobless Rate

BNN Bloomberg (09/06/20) Sasso, Michael Manufacturing expanded in August at its fastest pace since late 2018, forcing employers to add more staff to meet demand. However, warehouse and factory owners increasingly find they cannot fill jobs without increasing wages, because people are unwilling to relocate or travel great distances for a low-paid job.Although the unemployment rate