Resume Writing to Land the Job

If you’ve been out of the job search for a while, your resume-writing skills are probably a little rusty. Until recent years, submitting the same resume for every job was the standard; however, this practice has become obsolete. These days, you’re expected to create a unique resume for every opportunity you apply to, and if Read more »

The Malone Family is Growing Again

Louisville, KY – September 14, 2017 – Malone Workforce Solutions announced this week that it has completed the purchase of AllStaff (formerly Select Staffing of Illinois) and its subsidiaries.  AllStaff is headquartered in Schaumburg, IL. “We are excited to purchase such a solid staffing business with excellent talent and look forward to growing our business nationally Read more »

Malone Acquires OmniSource Staffing

Malone Workforce Solutions announced this week that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire OmniSource Staffing.  The transition remains subject to customary closing conditions.  The transaction is targeted to close by the end of March 2017. “We are excited to be able to purchase such a solid existing staffing business and look forward to Read more »

Malone Workforce Solutions Acquires Kansas City-Based Franchise Staffing Company

Louisville, Kentucky-based Malone Workforce Solutions acquired Nextaff, LLC, a franchise model staffing agency based out of Kansas City, MO. The acquisition will expand the company’s physical footprint into four new states with nine additional branch locations. Nextaff will continue to operate under the current brand and the franchise business model as a division of Malone Read more »

Automotive Job Outlook

The recession hit the automotive industry hard , but there are signs of recovery, particularly in the south. Michigan is still has the highest concentration of motor vehicle manufacturing employment, but southern states including Kentucky are growing fast. Last year Kentucky was ranked 3rd nationwide in auto production midway through the year with more than Read more »