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MAU Celebrates Employees' Milestone Anniversaries 2016

Posted by Eryka Menzies on Feb 11, 2016 2:48:57 PM

Last week, MAU celebrated milestone anniversaries through the end of 2015, for 20 of its internal staff. Years of service achieved ranged from five to thirty years! The honored employees were joined by each of their managers, as well as MAU's senior leadership team for a luncheon and fellowship in Augusta, GA. 

Congratulations to each member of the MAU family for achieving such a major milestone: 

5 Years: 
  • Cyndi Duncan
  • Andrew George
  • Brandon Gibson
  • Twana Scalise
  • Asha McMillian
  • Lauren Hanna
  • Cathe Baker
  • Megan Christopher
  • Brooke Pribble
  • Camelia Ealy
  • Adam Hatcher
  • Kimberly VanPelt
  • Stacie Jones
  • Tamara Simpson
  • Brandon Scarborough
10 Years: 
  • Mathew May
  • Zach Brewster
  • Paul Weiss
  • Doug Duncan
  • Jennifer Clements
  • Dennis Leron Black
  • Brent Moore
15 Years: 
  • Jim Sheehan
30 Years: 
  • Barbara Lowe


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At MAU Workforce Solutions, we staff excellent, effective people for our client partners so we can succeed together. Headquartered in Augusta, Georgia, since 1973, MAU is a family-owned minority company making lives better for applicants, clients and employees through innovative workforce solutions. Today, with branch and vendor-on-premise locations across the U.S. and over 250 offices in 25 countries/six continents through our worldwide recruiting partners, MAU has capabilities to assist with all staffing, recruiting and outsourcing needs. Most recently, MAU was also named to the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies for the fourth consecutive year.


Topics: Holidays & Celebrations, MAU, Awards & Recognitions