MAU Workforce Solutions Achieves High Marks from GSA Business in Three Recent Publications

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MAU Workforce Solutions, a staffing and recruiting firm in Augusta, Georgia is proud to be honored by GSA Business in three recent publications.

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MAU Workforce Solutions ranks #1 when compared to more than a dozen staffing providers in the Upstate– employing the most workers on weekly payroll in 2010.

MAU Workforce Solutions, a staffing and recruiting firm based in Augusta, Georgia is proud to be honored by GSA Business in three recent publications.

Ranked #1: Upstate Temporary Staffing Agencies - MAU Workforce Solutions ranks #1 when compared to other staffing providers in Upstate Carolina – employing the most workers on weekly payroll in 2010.

Ranked #1: Upstate Certified Minority-Owned Businesses - MAU Workforce Solutions ranks #1 when compared to other certified minority-owned businesses in Upstate South Carolina, employing the highest number of temporary workers in the Upstate.

Ranked #12: Largest Upstate Employers - MAU Workforce Solutions ranks #12 when compared to all businesses in Upstate South Carolina. GSA Business ranked all of the employers in the Upstate by the number of local employees they have at the time.

GSA Business is a bi-weekly publication serving senior level business executives in the Upstate region of South Carolina.

MAU Workforce Solutions provides business solutions that give our client partnerships a competitive edge through designed processes and our greatest asset – People – in the fields of Professional Recruiting, Commercial Staffing, Outsourcing Solutions, and Outplacement Services. MAU is based in Augusta, GA and has 10 locations throughout the U.S.: Augusta, GA, Lagrange, GA, Aiken, SC, Anderson, SC, Charleston, SC, Greenville, SC, Spartanburg, SC, Jacksonville, FL, Chattanooga, TN, and Chicago, IL.

For additional information about MAU Workforce Solutions please contact Laura Baareman at laura.baareman(at)mau(dot)com (706-823-2344).

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