Resourcemfgs Maydew Finds Military Recruiting Most Effective

By: Thomas Cutler

ResourceMFG division vice-president, Julie Maydew recently commented, "We at ResourceMFG recognize that the military is a great source for well trained personnel who have skills that easily transfer into multiple manufacturing industries. We have found that we are able to quickly place those candidates with training and experience in Electronics, Machining, Welding and Maintenance. The military also produces great leaders with and excellent work ethic, organizational skills and integrity."

As the recruitment market continues to tighten for skilled employees ResourceMFG is forging a relationship with the Military to hire experienced people to serve the manufacturing sector.

There are approximately 200,000 service members who transition from active duty every year. There are hundreds of thousands of veterans, reservists, retirees, guardsmen and working spouses who are always looking for new civilian jobs and other career opportunities. These individuals offer the skills, training and experience needed in virtually every industry. These job seekers are often located near employers, or if not, the military will pay most/all of the relocation expenses for transitioning service members, so it can be very economical to hire these individuals. Highly skilled, well educated, self-disciplined, with excellent experience and initiative make this untapped recruiting market very desirable in this low unemployment economy. Through the military TAP (transition assistance) program job orders can be posted on their TAOnline.com web site. Military personnel coming out of the service can view jobs on line from this site.

About ResourceMFG:
ResourceMFG is the nation's leading manufacturing support organization. It focuses on the demands of the manufacturing sector to serve the needs of employees and customers. The company has immersed themselves in the manufacturing community and has close relationships with support organizations such as The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and The American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS).
ResourceMFG is involved with the total spectrum of manufacturing positions including production, quality, maintenance, supervision, and all levels of management. The company serves a wide variety of industry segments that include automotive, electronic, machining, sheet metal, fabrication, and many other specialized producers.
The foundation of ResourceMFG is a commitment to understanding the specialized needs of clients, employees, and the community, which provide the foundation for success. Like the manufacturers they represent there is a philosophy of continuous improvement. ResourceMFG is dedicated to improving programs, processes, training and people to meet the diverse needs of the US manufacturing sector. A benchmark of the organization is on time delivery. The company understands manufacturing professionals and provides excellent programs and productive employees. ResourceMFG delivers the right person with the right skills at the right time.

Manufacturing is the sole focus of ResourceMFG allowing a better manufacturing workforce. ResourceMFG understands that it takes good people to get good results. Experienced manufacturing professionals know how to find the talent needed to deliver results for manufacturing businesses. ResourceMFG has been nationally recognized for having workforce management initiatives that impact the bottom line. In 2006 ResourceMFG won the Optimas award for "Financial Impact." This value allows the company to provide award winning workforce management capabilities and processes that produce better results. The key to delivering better manufacturing employees lies in the fact that it is all that ResourceMFG does. With superior screening, OSHA outreach programs and ongoing safety training, ResourceMFG delivers the kind of workers needed for every manufacturing facility.

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