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Chartwell Appoints Chief Learning Officer

Chartwell Appoints Chief Learning Officer

On July 15th, 2016, Chartwell Staffing Solutions promoted Dale Fallon from Senior Vice President of Learning and Development to Chief Learning Officer. As Chief Learning Officer, Fallon’s responsibilities include providing strategic leadership to build Chartwell’s Corporate University (CCU) in order to meet training and development needs of all Chartwell employees, integrating Chartwell’s communication strategies across departments, and designing and implementing leading leadership and executive programs. Additionally, Fallon is charged with designing and branding Chartwell’s training and development program, implementing and maintaining Chartwell’s learning management system, developing and delivering training content for all levels of staffing professionals in Chartwell, designing and implementing Chartwell’s new hire orientation program, developing and delivering bi-annual leadership and sales training retreats, hiring a learning and development team, and overseeing new systems technology rollouts. CEO Roderick Santoro states, “Dale Fallon exemplifies the core values of Chartwell and is relentless is his focus on delivering quality training and development programs, adding value to our teams, our clients and our company.” Previous to Chartwell, Fallon founded The Communication Gym in Mechanicsburg, PA and has worked with over 10,000 people in over 25 different industries. He brings 16 years of training and executive coaching experience to Chartwell. Fallon works out of Chartwell’s Lancaster, PA corporate office. Headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Chartwell Staffing Solutions is a woman-owned DBE offering the following to businesses and manufacturers: 100% drug screening, traditional temporary services, temporary to hire services, direct hire services, payroll services, vendor on premises services, and GSA contractor placement services. Chartwell’s vision is to set a standard of excellence in their industry by fostering leadership in their employees and associates while...
Chartwell Hires CFO J. Todd Oken

Chartwell Hires CFO J. Todd Oken

On Tuesday, July 5th, 2016, Chartwell Staffing Solutions announced that J. Todd Oken is joining the firm as its new Chief Financial Officer. Oken joins the team from CDI Corporation where most recently he was Division CFO / VP Finance for the Talent & Technology Solutions business. Previous to that, Oken worked as a Senior Manager at Deloitte Consulting. Oken holds an MBA in Finance, with honors, from Wharton, and Bachelor of Science from The Johns Hopkins University. Oken brings nine years of staffing experience to the company as well as 20 years of overall experience in technology, eBusiness, management consulting, and professional services. He is tasked with driving decisions critical to creating and sustaining Chartwell’s organizational value and growth. In addition, Oken oversees all of Chartwell’s corporate finance, accounting, purchasing and risk functions, and ensures all financial systems and procedures comply with legal policies and regulations. “The addition of Todd Oken to our team represents a significant step forward for Chartwell. Mr. Oken’s industry knowledge and demonstrated, ethical ability to deliver profitable growth is exactly what we require to fuel our continued expansion,” states CEO Roderick Santoro. Headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Chartwell Staffing Solutions is a woman-owned DBE offering the following to businesses and manufacturers: 100% drug screening, traditional temporary services, temporary to hire services, direct hire services, payroll services, vendor on premises services, and GSA contractor placement services. Chartwell’s vision is to set a standard of excellence in their industry by fostering leadership in their employees and associates while providing outstanding customer service and insightful business solutions to their clients. For more information, visit www.chartwellstaff.com. Staffing Industry...
Why a Chartwell Worker Belongs in Your Harrisburg Warehouse

Why a Chartwell Worker Belongs in Your Harrisburg Warehouse

Harrisburg, PA warehouse managers and owners want what Chartwell Staffing Solutions (a Harrisburg staffing agency) has – qualified, hard-working, temporary and temporary to hire warehouse workers. Partnering with a staffing agency is an act of trust and every day Chartwell Staffing Solutions builds that trust with our Harrisburg clients. We do our due diligence before ever recommending an employee to you. Here are six reasons why a Chartwell employee is the best worker for your warehouse: Our employees have a strong work ethic. As a matter of fact, Chartwell employees are known for their willingness to take on extra work as well as ask for additional responsibilities. Our employees show initiative and are often described as go-getters. They give every task their best effort and are willing to take on additional certifications or training if you offer them. Our employees know how to get along with coworkers and supervisors. We value the great attitude our employees bring to the workplace. Our employees are punctual and strive for perfect attendance. Harrisburg area warehouse managers and owners who partner Chartwell experience peace of mind knowing the employees they need will arrive on time, ready to work. Our employees are uniquely prepared to work for you. Chartwell employees are oriented to your company and understand your employee handbook, safety policy, and your expectations before they walk through your door. We provide our client partners with Time Rack, fingerprint clock in and clock out technology with real time attendance tracking. What our Harrisburg warehouse workers do: Our experienced forklift operators move goods packed on pallets or in crates around storage facilities, ensure loads are secure,...
Chartwell Expands Leadership, Fuels 2016 Growth

Chartwell Expands Leadership, Fuels 2016 Growth

Chartwell Staffing Solutions is pleased to announce the following new leadership hires in 2016: On 5/31/16 Chartwell Staffing Solutions hired W. Holmes Lilley, III as Executive Vice President & General Counsel of Chartwell’s legal department. Mr. Lilley oversees Chartwell Staffing Solutions’ legal team and his responsibilities include managing and coordinating legal services including legal counsel and representation, litigation and legal risk management, contract drafting and review, and compliance oversight. Mr. Lilley provides counsel to all teams within Chartwell. Previous to Chartwell, Mr. Lilley was employed as Associate General Counsel to Health Management Systems, Inc. in Las Vegas NV. Anthony Matzke was hired by Chartwell Staffing Solutions on 5/16/16 as Area Manager of their new Driver Division. Matzke’s responsibilities include hiring the best talent for CDL A, B, and C driver positions as well as partnering with for-hire carriers, private fleets, LTL carriers, and 3PL carriers. Previous to Chartwell, he worked over two years as a branch manager for Trillium Drivers. Matzke brings over 16 years of staffing experience to the company. Chartwell Staffing Solutions’ Driver Division serves businesses and manufacturers in Southern California. On Monday 3/21/16, Lua Borey was hired as Chartwell Staffing Solutions’ Senior Regional Vice President. Borey is responsible for P&L of 120 million+ and operational performance of Chartwell’s Southern California branches and onsite locations. Borey also oversees the growth and development of internal staff. Three Area Vice-Presidents report to directly to her. Previous to Chartwell, Borey was Senior Vice President of Southern California for Randstad and, in 2012, she was named Randstad Leader of the Year. Borey brings 16 years of staffing and leadership experience to...
New Cincinnati Office for Chartwell Staffing Solutions

New Cincinnati Office for Chartwell Staffing Solutions

On Friday December 18th, Chartwell Staffing Solutions opened a new office in Cincinnati, Ohio at 7796 Montgomery Rd. The office was opened to better serve a current client as well as to grow Chartwell’s footprint. Already, multiple potential new Cincinnati area clients have contacted Chartwell Staffing Solutions with their contingent workforce needs. “We are building our structure and our capabilities to be sure we seize every opportunity,” states Chartwell Staffing Solutions’ Executive Vice President Josey Crisostomo. “I am very excited about the new plan Chartwell has for 2016 and look forward to continuing the rapid growth we have experienced in the last year.” Chartwell’s strategic initiative outcomes include expanding alongside their clients in key markets and acquiring new business within those markets. Last fall, Chartwell acquired two staffing companies: one in NYC and the other in Hiram, GA. In the last 5 months they opened 4 new offices in 3 states. Today, Chartwell has 48 locations in 13 states. Chartwell Staffing Solutions is a woman-owned DBE offering the following to businesses and manufacturers: 100% drug screening, traditional temporary services, temporary to hire services, direct hire services, payroll services, vendor on premise services, and GSA contractor placement services. Chartwell’s vision is to set a standard of excellence in their industry by fostering leadership in their employees and associates while providing outstanding customer service and insightful business solutions to their clients. For more information, visit...
How to get a York, PA Manufacturing Job

How to get a York, PA Manufacturing Job

York manufacturing jobs pay well, provide job security, and offer opportunity. For example, an aspiring machinist can start training at 18, do a one- or two-year manufacturing apprenticeship, and, in five years, he or she could be making more than $50,000. “In 10 years, that could double to $100,000,” writes Parija Kavilanz in the article “$100K Manufacturing Jobs” on CNN.Money.Com.   So the question is, why are so many York manufacturing jobs left unfilled? The answer: The average high school graduate is not qualified for an entry level position in manufacturing. Some of the skills high school graduates desperately need in order to land an entry level manufacturing job include: Mechanical skills, welding skills, electrical skills, shop skills, computer skills, measuring skills, and strong math and science skills. Often entry level manufacturing jobs require workers be able to operate, fix, and trouble shoot the machines they use. (Unfortunately, because many high schools have eliminated their shop programs, most graduates can’t identify simple tools!) In addition, soft skills such as critical thinking, communication, problem solving and creativity are equally important to employers. Clearly, the solution to this problem is training. There are job openings that can only be filled by trained employees. The good news is York County offers two places high school graduates can acquire the training they need. The York County School of Technology located at 2179 S Queen Street offers excellent adult education programs in forklift training, industrial controls and automation technology, welding technology, computer aided drafting and manufacturing technology, CAD/CAM manufacturing technology, and precision metal machining. Visit their website or call them at 741-0802 for more information....