Paul Noble Returns to The Squires Group, Inc. as a Senior Resource Manager

ANNAPOLIS, MD, September 14, 2016 – The Squires Group, Inc. (TSGi) today announced that it has rehired Paul Noble as a Senior Resource Manager to further bolster our Resource Management team. “After a brief hiatus, we are pleased to see Paul rejoin us so he can pick back up on his successful six year track… Read more »

Got Blog?

As we mentioned in our previous Gazette, we have started building a compilation of articles to help with a variety of career tips and to also provide talent solutions advice for our clients. Here are the 5 most read blogs in 2015: Nancy Squires Wins Baltimore SmartCEO’s 2015 Circle Of Excellence Award 4 Must Have… Read more »

In The Perfect Space – iPad Winner Announced

Congratulations to Kate Soliven who is the third winner of our In The Perfect SpaceTM iPad drawing. Kate visited our website and was interested in knowing more about how we help people find great jobs. So, she clicked the link to our mini-site – which showcases our In The Perfect Space methodology. This mini-site is designed… Read more »

Chuck Riddle helps raise awareness and help for Veterans suffering from PTSD

One of The Squires Group consultants, Chuck Riddle, hit the road to raise awareness and help Veterans who are suffering from PTSD and specifically to eliminate suicide among our Veterans. A study in 2011 showed that an average of 22 Veterans are committing suicide every day and the U.S. has actually lost more service members… Read more »

Lara Joy supports The Zero Prostate Cancer Run/ Walk in Baltimore

For the third year, Lara Joy (Senior Resource Manager at TSGi) has led a team “For Our Heroes” for the ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Towson, MD. On Sunday, September 20, 2015, Lara and her team ran/walked/snoozed for dudes at Towson University to support the battle against Prostate Cancer! The Zero… Read more »

How Can You Become a Better Workforce Leader?

All successful companies depend on leadership. It is not enough to simply have effective managers, in order to seize opportunities, evolve at the pace of change, and stay relevant in the face of competition, organizations of all types need workforce leaders. And, thankfully, the old expression that leaders are born and not made turns out… Read more »