MLK Day 2019

Service, outreach, acceptance, and love. This upcoming January 21st is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, an American federal holiday celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr., a chief nonviolent activist in the Civil Rights movement and an inspiration for freedom, justice, and equality. Soon after his assassination in 1968, the campaign started for the… Read more »

A Tale of Two Museums

  Mississippi is rich in history and diverse in perspectives. The complex and interwoven tale of this one state is full of many stories and perspectives. Two museums have been unveiled that tell this story – a story of discovery and strife and hope and solidarity. On December 9th of 2017, the first state-sponsored civil rights… Read more »

Our Favorite Things – Christmas 2017

  Last month, we looked at the activities around Jackson, seeing that the City of Soul is ripe with activity. This month, the holiday season is upon us. The pumpkins are carved, the turkeys are stuffed, and the lights on the trees are starting to be strung – hung with care, in air brisk with… Read more »

Identity Theft Prevention Tips

  Theresa Robinson, PSG’s Office Administrator and Human Resources Coordinator, attended the April meeting of the Capital Area Human Resource Association (CAHRA). CAHRA was chartered in Jackson, MS, and is a member of Society for Human Resource Management. At the April meeting, the Harvard Risk Management Corporation provided the following Identity Theft Prevention Tips. It is important to protect… Read more »

Myra Penton Inducted as a JLPA Director

  PSG recruiter Myra Penton, CSP, was installed today as the Director of the Jackson Legal Professionals Association (JLPA). The Director serves as a liaison between the local chapter and the state chapter (MSLPA). Both of these organizations are affiliated with NALS, a national association for legal professionals. PSG affirms the JLPA’s mission statement, “We… Read more »

Tina Swinford attends WIN luncheon, meets founders of LoveLee Rolls

  Tina Swinford, CSP, PSG’s Senior Specialty Recruiter in the Industrial Division, attended the April Women’s Information Network (WIN) luncheon, hosted by the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership. Tyson and Christa Lee, founders of Starkville-based LoveLee Rolls, LLC, were the keynote speakers for the luncheon. This entrepreneurial couple founded LoveLee Rolls in 2015 as a Cottage… Read more »

Tina Swinford Attends WIN Luncheon, Meets Sarah Thomas

  PSG’s Senior Specialty Recruiter in the Industrial Division, Tina Swinford, CSP, attended the March Women’s Information Network (WIN) luncheon hosted by the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership. The keynote speaker for the luncheon was Sarah Thomas, the first female referee to be employed full-time by the NFL. Sarah, a Pascagoula native, now lives in Brandon,… Read more »

Making Connections – Jane Sanders Waugh

  From: Find it in Fondren – Spring 2017 Issue At the age of 40, Jane Sanders Waugh made a change most wouldn’t consider at her age: she went to law school. Reared in the small Mississippi town of Wesson years before that with a speech and theatre degree from Mississippi College, Waugh was looking… Read more »

PSG Top News

Join PSG’s Sarah Wolfe at the Staffing, Recruiting, & Workforce Solutions Symposium – Thursday, Feb 23 –  2d annual meeting of the American Staffing Association MS Council.  Sarah will be the moderator and Governor Phill Bryant will deliever the keynote address. The event will kick off with Richard Wahlquist, president and chief executive officer of… Read more »