Those interested in finding work to start off the new year are in luck. A local man has opened a new business location in Aiken County designed to help those seeking employment find the job that works for them.
Millennials in business: Aiken Personnel Services develop candidates through testing and training, expanding labor ready workforce
AIKEN, S.C. (WJBF) – An Aiken Employment Agency, started by a Millennial, is revolutionizing the way people are getting hired through customized goals and specialized training.
AIKEN COUNTY, SC (WFXG) –
Downtown Aiken is in the middle of a makeover. The city is spending millions of tax dollars in an effort to attract more visitors and current residents to come out. But just a short drive away, people on the North Side feel like they’re on the short end of the stick.
The youngest son of longtime school administrator William Price and 28-year City Council member Lessie Price, Dexter founded Aiken Personnel Services on 327 Hampton St. in Aiken three years ago. Price sees his job here is to train and prepare those in need for not just a job, but a career.
Residents should be wary of scammers posting fake job opportunities. The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs is advising job seekers to be cautious in their search as scammers will pose as hiring managers, offering unsuspecting consumers fictitious jobs, according to a release.
Building a great company culture can increase employee retention and morale, according to Dexter Price, President and CEO of Aiken Personnel Services.
If the second class of the Aiken Standard’s Young Professionals 2 Follow offers any indication, the future of Aiken is in more than capable hands.
When Dexter Price, CEO of Aiken Personnel Services, founded his company located off of Hampton Avenue, he envisioned helping residents find careers that would sustain them over the course of
Dexter Price and Jessica Quiller, of Aiken Personnel Services, discuss their business model, the roots of the services they now offer to area businesses, and…
U.S. Congressman Joe Wilson was in Aiken on Thursday hosting a job fair for veterans. It’s a cause he says is close to his heart. WJBF News Channel 6’s Uyen Le caught up with the Congre…