Workforce Solutions Group, a Leading Talent Consulting Organization, Names Karen Tarca-Cowan Senior Vice President of Business Development

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Tarca-Cowan's expertise in strategic partnerships will assist with Workforce Solution's consulting group and expand the clinical, allied health and professional divisions. "With the increased demand for "workforce partners versus staffing vendors", our focus will be to truly understand our clients' business objectives and provide them with the most cost effective and efficient workforce strategy," states Tarca-Cowan.

Karen has developed and executed partnerships with organizations of all sizes, both in the public and private sector. We are excited that Karen is joining Workforce Solutions Group as she will be a key member of the management team.

Workforce Solutions Group announces Karen Tarca-Cowan as Senior Vice President of Business Development. Tarca-Cowan comes to Workforce Solutions Group from CoWorx Staffing Services, where she was the Director of Sales and Operations for the West Coast.

Tarca-Cowan will be responsible for positioning Workforce Solutions Group’s overall business development and growth strategy, including the healthcare division consisting of Healthcare Talent and the professional division of Talent Strategies. She will identify and implement new strategic opportunities; and evaluate, initiate and collaborate on key partnerships that support Workforce Solutions Group. Tarca-Cowan will also monitor and assess trends within the industry, and she will serve as the main point of contact on business development planning initiatives.

“I have personally worked with Karen in the past. She brings years of critical management experience to this role. She has developed and executed partnerships with organizations of all sizes, both in the public and private sector. We are excited that Karen is joining Workforce Solutions Group as she will be a key member of the management team,” said Pamela Jung, CEO and Founder of Workforce Solutions Group.

“I am looking forward to working with such a dynamic organization and management team during this time in our industry. We have a unique workforce model and are poised for explosive growth. I am especially looking forward to working along side Pamela Jung and the rest of her team to help push the organization to the next level of success,” said Tarca-Cowan.

Tarca-Cowan has held various leadership roles for regional and international staffing firms including Manpower, Norrell, and PrideStaff. Over her 27 years of experience in workforce strategy and development, Tarca-Cowan has been responsible for leading sales and operations strategy for a thirty-two million dollar region in the Pacific Northwest. Additionally, she has developed, implemented, and managed several on-site programs in a wide variety of verticals including: IT and Creative, Accounting and Finance, Administrative, Industrial and Healthcare. Tarca-Cowan has a strong passion for exceeding expectations and is committed to building strong client partnerships.

Tarca-Cowan has a Bachelor of Science in Business and Marketing from Rhode Island College. She has served on the Orange County Workforce Investment Board, and the Designers Women Guild, of Working Wardrobe.

About Workforce Solutions Group
Workforce Solutions Group is a client-centric human resources and talent solutions firm that is founded on trust, integrity, and a commitment to unparalleled customer satisfaction. We have a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced in a wide-range of industries. We are dedicated to providing innovative solutions to overcome those challenges.

Our vision is to create and deliver superior customized business solutions for human resource – related challenges, while building customer and owner value. We maintain a standard of ethics and excellence that earns us recognition as an industry leader. For more information, visit http://www.workforcesolutionsgroup.com.

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