When Yvonne DeSalle, vice president, associate engagement and talent development, first joined The YGS Group, the company mainly relied upon recruiters and temp agencies to find appropriately skilled individuals to fulfill its labor needs.
This post was written by Sara Mooney, an English teacher at Susquehannock High School who participates in YCAL’s Educator in the Workplace program.
We opened our doors to students from Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology to connect with the community and prepare the next generation of employment.
As part of our budding apprenticeship program, Abigail Martin kicked off her three years at YGS as a mail list processor in our Client Services department.
Do you know your employer brand? Does it accurately portray your company in the career marketplace? Is it maximizing your ability to recruit talented individuals?
Entering the marketing world—like any new career field—is exciting, but can also be daunting. YGS’ marketing leaders offer advice for making the transition.