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Randy Hatcher, President
Adam Hatcher, Legal Counsel
Rob Loose, Safety Manager
Mike Boettcher, Lean Manager
Lori Holley, Marketing Manager
Stephanie Morrow, Marketing & Communications Specialist
MAU Workforce Solutions has been ranked #19 on the list of “Largest U.S. Industrial Staffing Firms”, as well as #58 on the list of “Largest U.S. Staffing Firms”, by Staffing Industry Analysts.
At MAU Workforce Solutions, we create and distribute case studies to help our audience understand what it is that we do best! This particular case study highlights the safety initiatives that we have implemented across our company, as well as at client sites.We hope you find the content to be informative and engaging.
Mr. William G. Hatcher, Sr. stepped out with his faith in God, $500, and a big dream when he opened MAU during a recession in 1973. As we remember our Founder & CEO, we are reminded of his entrepreneurial spirit. According to MAU President Randy Hatcher, Mr. Hatcher was “a classic entrepreneur”. The following video chronicles Mr. Hatcher’s business ventures as a young man, before he founded MAU.
At MAU Workforce Solutions, we create and distribute case studies to help our audience understand what it is that we do best! This particular case study highlights the increased accurancy, flexibility and cost savings that's attainable through a service level agreement with MAU. We hope you find the content to be informative and engaging.
At MAU Workforce Solutions, we create and distribute case studies to help our audience understand what it is that we do best! This particular case study highlights the customized hiring plan that we developed to help our client meet rising demand. We hope you find the content to be informative and engaging.
William G. Hatcher, Sr., founder of MAU Workforce Solutions, passed away on Friday, July 12. Mr. Hatcher leaves us with the legacy he began forty years ago when he stepped out with his faith in God, $500, and a big dream. The company he founded has now grown to become one of the nation’s largest top diversity-owned temporary staffing, recruiting, and outsourcing companies. Under the leadership of Mr. Hatcher, MAU has created over 300,000 jobs.
Your task is to make an impact on the company’s office processes using lean tools and developing a lean culture, but where do you begin? A great basic tool to begin with is implementation of 5S. 5S is a foundational tool we have previously discussed here in the MAU blog, but I wanted to add to the true value of this tool. The goal of your 5S implementation should not be to mandate “thou shalt” but rather provide them with a map of “how to”. Done right 5S training and events will take the team through a carefully arranged plan to achieve lasting results.
On Thursday, May 16, MAU Workforce Solutions hosted more than 250 individuals including elected officials, clients, employees, associates, as well as friends and family in celebration of 40 years in business!
Shouting and arguing is no fun at all. One question that often leads to arguments between little kids is: “Who’s responsible for this mess?” This question is typically followed by little fingers accusingly pointing in different directions joined by shouting and arguing. I call this the “Blame Zone.” In this instance, discovering who created the mess may be impossible to figure out. The Blame Zone is annoying with kids but when adults get stuck in a Blame Zone the finger pointing may become down right ugly!
This week, we are commemorating the 40th anniversary of MAU Workforce Solutions. The second blog in this series talks about the MAU ‘Consider It Done’ philosophy.