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SHIP Shadow Day - Another Success!

Yesterday, TCG hosted its third successful Shippensburg University Shadow Day! ​​ We hope you enjoyed your day at TCG, Rachel, and we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors! SHIP is such a huge part of our organization -- both owners (Bert & Shelly Wendeln) are SHIP grads; as well as Director of HR & Accounting, Margaret Christlieb and Senior Search Consultant, Kaitlyn Vinson. Chris Mantell is currently interning as Project Assistant. Any SHIP Juniors who are interested in internship opportunities? Learn all about the program here!

3 Steps to Sourcing Contract Talent, Even When Going Through an MSP/VMS

A recent NPR/Marist survey reveals that 20 percent of work in the U.S. is fulfilled by contract workers. So, no matter what industry your business serves, chances are you regularly employ contractors to augment your permanent workforce. This reality creates a continual need to source consultants, whether it be through an MSP (Managed Services Provider) / VMS (Vendor Management System) or a boutique staffing firm. The use of an MSP/VMS has increased dramatically in the last ten years; the threshold for engaging with an MSP used to be approximately $50 million a year in contract staffing spend, but that number has significantly decreased, and many small to medium-sized companies utilize an MSP

Employment Summary for September 2018

Job creation in September 2018, in terms of raw numbers, did not reach the heights of August or some of the year's other most robust periods. The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that nonfarm payroll businesses in the U.S. brought on 134,000 new workers during the month in its latest edition of the Employment Situation Summary, considerably less than August's 210,000 jobs. Also, the number failed to meet economists' expectations: Bloomberg's survey of economic experts had projected 185,000 new positions created, while The New York Times reported that Wall Street's general estimate was more conservative (168,000) but still greater than the final result. However, a number of seasonal and s

TCG Creates Important Relationships at NAMIC Conference

The NAMIC Annual Conference is an event TCG has attended for several years. As one of the premier executive search & recruitment firms dedicated to the P&C industry, our organization feels this conference is not only a great opportunity to visit face-to-face with long-time clients but also create new relationships, which is one of the aspects we enjoy the most. While at the conference, Marc Gyimesi and Maury Hennessy were involved in several discussions with clients surrounding the topics of recruitment, succession planning, compensation analysis, and Board governance. As a staunch supporter of pushing the P&C industry forward, TCG is pleased to back NAMIC not only as an exhibitor at this c

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