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MAU Named a Supplier for Boeing Contract Labor Program

Post Author Alana Davis
Apr 22, 2015 11:12:44 AM
MAU News

Charleston, SC - April 22, 2015 - When North Charleston-based Boeing South Carolina needs additional contract labor resources to build the 787 Dreamliner, it only need to look a few miles down the road.

Augusta-based MAU Workforce Solutions, with offices in North Charleston since 1998, is partnering with Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace manufacturer, to provide temporary staffing services through the Boeing Contract Labor Program. The family-owned minority firm, originally with an Augusta-only footprint, now represents global services and capabilities in 25 countries. In South Carolina, the Chamber of Commerce had ranked MAU as the state’s 15th largest employer.

“MAU’s contract with Boeing complements our Lowcountry client base, comprised of premier industrial and manufacturing companies,” said MAU President Randy Hatcher. “We are pleased to be working with Boeing in this effort.”

Founded in Augusta, Georgia, in 1973, MAU built its foundation on a knowledge and core expertise in manufacturing. Today, it is the nation’s 17th largest industrial staffing and recruiting firm, and for the last four years MAU was named to Inc. 5000’s list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. As a business partner committed to our customers’ success, MAU is dedicated to investing in continuous improvement, including Lean Six Sigma principles; safety and risk management; HR compliance and employee relations; and workforce development.

“Every time we start a new contract, we often hire people who are not currently working for us,” said Hatcher. “This new partnership with Boeing is an opportunity for us to introduce the MAU difference to a whole new group of employees and their families as well. Everyone comes to us initially looking for a job; what they don’t expect is that MAU makes resources available to help them in raising their children, improving their marriage, and in general just learning how to be a better person. We see this contract with Boeing as another great opportunity to employ people, add value to their lives and ultimately make their lives better.”

For more information, please visit www.mau.com/aerospacejobs.

CONTACT:
Alana Davis
Marketing & Communications Specialist
P: 706-823-2362
E: alana.davis@mau.com

Aerospace Jobs at MAU

About MAU:

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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 and recruiting needs. Most recently, MAU was also named to the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies for the fourth consecutive year. For more about MAU, visit www.mau.com.

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