Yes, Gallman Consulting is OPEN!

Yes, we’re OPEN!  Gallman Consulting is OPEN for business today! 

 

We continue our prayers for all those affected by Hurricane Irma!

 

At Gallman Consulting, we know all about the companies you’re most interested in—the companies you’d love to work for. We’ve built close relationships with some of the most successful and cutting-edge companies, and as a result, we have insight regarding how these companies operate, the types of people they hire, and their culture as an organization.

By partnering with Gallman Consulting, you’ll have the ability to gain access to this insight and information and quite possibly put it to use for the purpose of enhancing your career. The most successful companies are always looking for the best and brightest talent available, and if YOU are somebody who can provide value to a company, Gallman Consulting has the connections to get you in front of those companies.

If you are searching for a new career – you want to utilize your limited time wisely. Gallman Consulting offers access to jobs and career opportunities not found on job boards. We work with a core group of clients in Manufacturing, Logistics, Construction, Human Resources, Insurance, Legal, and Collision Repairs to provide direct placements and contract/consulting staffing services. Additionally, as a member of Top Echelon – the largest recruiter network in the United States, we offer you access to positions posted by more than 1500 association members. Since you will be working only with authorized recruiters, you do not run the risk of the wrong person seeing your information posted on a website. You should also know that all fees for services are paid by the hiring employer.

 

Commemorate 9/11! Honor the Victims!

This 9/11 Anniversary, Honor the Victims, Reflect on 9/11 History (This article is from the 9/11 Memorial & Museum website)

 

Commemorate 9/11!

The 16th anniversary of 9/11 is quickly approaching and, as in years past, the families of those who were so senselessly killed on that terrible day will gather at the 9/11 Memorial in commemoration of their loved ones. On this solemn day, it is a sacred obligation for each of us to remember those who were killed, recognize all who survived, honor the sacrifices of the first responders and recovery workers, and recapture the spirit of unity and service that arose in the immediate aftermath of the attacks. We invite you to observe the anniversary in your own communities.

Here in New York, Tribute in Light will once again illuminate the New York City skyline as a symbol of our endurance and as a powerful reminder of the strength we found on 9/11.

I encourage you to seek out commemorative events in your home town, whether that be in the classroom, by participating in public service programs, or by gathering with neighbors and friends to pay tribute. The Memorial & Museum offers information and resources about 9/11 to enrich your observance, including suggestions for commemorative activities. Once you’ve decided how you will observe this year’s anniversary, we ask that you share your tributes and messages of remembrance online, using #Honor911.

In addition to these resources, which are available throughout the year, now through September 7, 2017, we invite 9/11 memorial sites from around the globe that are listed in our memorials registry, along with educational institutions and government entities, to submit an application to license select 9/11 Memorial content. This toolkit includes photos of the Memorial plaza and several oral history clips from eyewitnesses for use in 9/11 anniversary commemorations. Learn more by completing a simple online application here: https://www.911memorial.org/toolkit.

Whether you are viewing the Tribute in Light here in New York, learning about 9/11 in your classroom, or paying tribute through acts of service in your local community, I hope you will join us in the essential act of remembrance.

With warm regards,

Alice M. Greenwald

President & CEO
9/11 Memorial & Museum

Hurricane Irma ~Gallman Consulting Operations

Hurricane Irma ~ Gallman Consulting Operations

 

 

Inclement Weather due to Hurricane Irma ~ Gallman Consulting Operations will be closed Monday, September 11 due to Hurricane Irma.

Please stay tuned for updates about our operations across South Carolina for Tuesday and beyond. 

For current information on Hurricane Irma, go to The Weather Channel .

Gallman Consulting appreciates all the First Responders and neighbors helping neighbors.  Our thoughts and prayers are with all residents who have been affected by Irma.

Be SAFE! 

#gallmantalent

Happy Gallman Consulting Anniversary Georgette Sandifer!

Happy Gallman Consulting Anniversary Georgette Sandifer! 

Thank you Georgette Sandifer (Senior Director of Placement) for your 18 years of service to Gallman Consulting! 

Congratulations on another successful year in your career.  May you take some time to reflect on your accomplishments and be blessed with continued growth and prosperity in the years ahead.  Thank you for being part of our company’s success over the years.  We greatly appreciate and value your hard work and dedication.  Happy Anniversary!

#gallmantalent #gpsassociatesrock

Happy 32nd Anniversary Charlie Gallman!


Happy 32nd GPS Anniversary Charlie Gallman!

Charlie, here’s to thirty-two years and counting!  Thank you Charlie for establishing GPS 32 years ago and providing a wonderful workplace for all of us! 

Many of our staff members have grown up, married our spouses, and had children all while working at GPS.  Our family culture is second to none and we take care of each other, grow with each other and succeed as one!  You make GPS GREAT along with our exemplary staff.

Happy Anniversary Charlie and enjoy your day!

#gpsassociatesrock #gallmantalent #gpsjobs

Are you ready for Eclipse 2017? We are!

Are you ready for Eclipse 2017?  We are!

Some of our GPS Corporate staff are ready for the Solar Eclipse 2017!

GPS gave out FREE solar eclipse glasses to our staff and associates.  Thank you Experience Columbia SC for making it so easy to order our NASA approved eclipse glasses early in the year!  Please refer to our Facebook pages (Gallman Personnel Services, Inc. and Gallman Consulting) for viewing locations, viewing tips, etc.

GPS Branch Closures

GPS Branches in South Carolina will be closing at 12pm on Monday, August 21 to ensure our staff members can make arrangements with their families to view the Eclipse safely as possible.

 

Pictured above from left to right is Terri Stone (Accounting), Sue Ellison (Accounting), Barbara Greene (Safety), Georgette Sandifer (Gallman Consulting), Karen Smith (Human Resources).  And these ladies are all ready for the Eclipse. Are you?

GPS branches in South Carolina will close at 12:00pm on Monday, August 21, 2017.

Please reference below information to ensure the safety of your Eclipse experience.

 

DON’T GO BLIND AUGUST 21, 2017!

Total Solar Eclipse:

Newberry, SC approximate time 1:11pm–4:05pm (max view 2:41pm)
Columbia, SC approximate time 1:13pm–4:06pm (max view 2:43pm)
Orangeburg, SC approximate time 1:14pm–4:07pm (max view 2:44pm)
Charleston, SC approximate time 1:16pm–4:09pm (max view 2:47pm)

It should go without saying that it’s dangerous to stare into the sun. But so long as you trust NASA, the American Optometric Association, and many other experts who’ve dedicated their lives to understanding how the sun and your peepers work: You can look directly at the total phase of a solar eclipse (and only the “total” phase where the sun is completely covered by the moon) with the naked eye without causing eye damage. Problem is, the total phase only lasts a couple of minutes, but people likely will want to watch from the partial phase which lasts much longer. From start to finish on all phases, an eclipse lasts about three hours — so more than two and half of those hours spent watching could pose a serious risk to unprotected eyes.

You’re going to need something more powerful than a pair of polarized sunglasses if you want to safely block out those harmful rays.

Aug. 21, 2017, may be one of the worst traffic days in national history, some NASA representatives predict. Although about 12 million people live within the narrow band of totality, approximately 25 million reside within a day’s drive of it, and the agency has estimated that the population inside the path of totality may double on the day of the eclipse.

With that in mind, make sure you plan for extra travel time, especially on the day of the eclipse. Most hotel rooms inside the path of totality have been booked for months or years, so you may not be able to stay inside the path the night before.  Traveling even short distances could be difficult in some areas, and midday in the middle of August can mean punishing heat in many parts of the country.

 

 

** DISCLAIMER: This pair of eclipse viewing glasses is provided as is without any guarantees or warranty. In association with the product, GPS makes no warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a viewing purposes, of title, or of noninfringement of third party rights. Use of the product by a user is at the user’s risk. GPS is not responsible for any injuries suffered by viewing of any eclipse. **

Happy Anniversary Donna Byrd!

Happy Anniversary to Donna Byrd!

Please join Gallman Consulting in wishing Donna Byrd, Director of Placement a happy day today on her Gallman Consulting Anniversary! 

On your anniversary with the company, we want you to know what a pleasure it is to work with someone so driven and dedicated as you are. Thank you for being such an important asset to our team. With enthusiasm and hard work like yours, success is certain to be achieved!  Congratulations on this wonderful achievement.

Enjoy your day!

donna

GPS Gives Back! Thank you Smith Richardson!

GPS Gives Back! Thank you Smith Richardson!

GPS Gives Back!  Thank you Smith Richardson!  GPS encourages staff members to Give Back to their community by volunteering.  Each team member is encouraged to volunteer 8 hours each quarter to be a paid working day by GPS.  Thank you Smith Richardson at GPS Columbia (Director of Sales) and Gallman Consulting (Director of Placement) for volunteering with Heroes in Blue.

Pictured is Smith Richardson (left), who is on the fundraising team for Heroes in Blue, Mitch Ray (right), on the board for Heroes in Blue as VP, with Anne Reynolds (middle) from the Happy Café, who has given back to the organization in different capacities.

Smith and Mitch are spending time in the local community discussing Heroes in Blue’s mission and the big event coming up, Knight of Honor. Check out more on Heroes in Blue and the event, Knight of Honor, on Facebook.

#gpsgivesback #gpsassociatesrock #heroesinblue #knightofhonor #gallmantalent

Hottest Job Openings at Gallman Consulting!


View our hottest job openings at Gallman Consulting!  At Gallman Consulting, we know all about the companies you’re most interested in and the companies you’d love to work for. We’ve built close relationships with some of the most successful and cutting-edge companies.  As a result, we have insight regarding how these companies operate, the types of people they hire, and their culture as an organization.

You can easily nominate yourself for one of our hottest job openings using our online application process. http://ow.ly/aLLj30eb9AV #gallmantalent

Our Hottest Jobs:

By partnering with Gallman Consulting, you’ll have the ability to gain access to this insight and information and quite possibly put it to use for the purpose of enhancing your career. The most successful companies are always looking for the best and brightest talent available.  And if YOU are somebody who can provide value to a company, Gallman Consulting has the connections to get you in front of those companies.