Whether it’s brining on the right manager or employee or altering the benefits that make EGC more attractive, every employee makes a difference in how profitable a company can be.
Chardon, OH, USA (PRWEB) August 31, 2013
EGC Enterprises, Inc., a manufacturer of severe service, flexible graphite products and materials for fluid sealing and thermal systems applications, has appointed Miriam McCluskey as Human Resource Manager. McCluskey will be responsible for all corporate human resource plans and procedures.
In addition to conducting recruitment efforts, McCluskey will participate in developing department goals, objectives and systems, administrate the compensation program, handle all benefits and employee counseling and maintains an affirmative action program. She also will recommend new approaches, policies and procedures for continuous improvement in efficiency throughout the enterprise.
Says Austin Carasello, President of EGC, “Miriam brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the company. She is a true professional. We’re delighted to have her on-board.”
“People are so different and everyone is right for a particular job,” says McCluskey. “My task is to maximize the skill of an employee in a job that they love to perform. It’s really nice to see people who you feel might excel and then, through time, watching their success. It happens time and time again.”
With little experience in flexible graphite, McCluskey has a depth of knowledge with industrial processes. She handled similar duties for Dirt Devil Vacuum Cleaners and, most recently for PET Processors, a large plastic processing facility.
McCluskey feels she has a direct impact on making the company more profitable. “Whether it’s brining on the right manager or employee or altering the benefits that make EGC more attractive, every employee makes a difference in how profitable a company can be.”
Married for twenty years, McCluskey has a 1985 BA in Business from Miami University and lives in Chardon, Ohio.
EGC is a recognized world leader in the engineering and manufacturing of graphite and graphite composites for high temperature applications in fluid sealing or thermal systems management.