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Kenneth Garner, head of the LAPD's Personnel Group, told the Police Commission.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- Personnel Group of America, Inc.
Established in 1982, The Houston Personnel Group began as a firm focused on finding the right people for the right temporary clerical and industrial positions.
Further, as diverse personnel groups handle fire, security, and heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in buildings, this confines integration.
We really tried to hone in on a couple of defenses versus certain personnel groups and formations and be really good at executing.
NEW YORK, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard & Poor's today has assigned its single-'B'-plus rating to Personnel Group of America Inc.
Nasdaq:SOSS), a $400 million 145-branch human capital and IT services company; President/COO of Inteliant, a $110 million IT Services roll-up, formed by the acquisition and integration of 16 Business Services & Solutions companies; President, Commercial Staffing Division of Personnel Group of America (NYSE:PGA), a $900 million human capital, IT services company and one of the early consolidators of the staffing industry; Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing for USL Capital, a $1 Billion division of Ford Financial Services; President/Founder of PHH Financial Services, Inc.
George Ibarra leaves Personnel Group to head Wilshire Division (new position).