Jeff has over 25 years’ experience, in Compensation (including Executive, Sales, Incentive, Deferred Compensation, Stock Option/grant packages, Phantom Stock Schemes) and all areas of Human Resources Management.
Jeff has held management and executive positions at Staffing firms including:
Sr. VP HR & Compensation at Remedy Staffing, Westaff, and Savista; and Director of Compensation at Adecco.
Jeff was an adjunct professor in the Human Resources and Organizational Development Master’s Degree Program, at the University of San Francisco, mainly teaching Graduate Statistics. He holds a Ph.D. in Human Resources from The Ohio State University, , as well as a M.Ed. from John Carroll University and a B.A. from The University of Cincinnati.
After obtaining his Bachelors Degree in Accounting, and Business Diploma from the University of Victoria, Mohammad focused on General Accounting and compensation program administration and design. He has been with ECG for 3+ years and manages the full cycle Accounting function for ECG and several client companies in the US and Canada.
He is adept at full cycle accounting, payroll, compensation programs, research and preparation of collective agreements, and management of HRISs.
Additionally, Mohammad consistently receives high praise from the ECG Management Team and our clients for excellent, timely and well-researched work.
Sally holds an MBA with honors from Aurora University and a BA degree in Political Science from Eastern Illinois University. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Certified Business Manager (CBM) as well as licensed Minnesota educator. She was an adjunct faculty member at the University of Wisconsin at River Falls and St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN. She develops training workshops and coaching sessions customized to fit the client’s specific developmental needs.
Sally is an experienced, certified facilitator in utilizing the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, AchieveGlobal (formerly Zenger-Miller), Mobius Coaching Model, and Accelements Adult Learning. Sally is a former Board member of the St. Croix Valley Employers’ Association (Program Chair), International Alliance for Learning, WI State SHRM Council, and Minnesota Women in Community and Technical Colleges, as well as a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Sally also served for 15 years as the Collegiate Chapter Adviser for the Gamma Phi chapter of Sigma Sigma located at UWRF.
Karin has over 25 years of experience in performing management and executive roles in Staffing Firms. Her career focus has been performing full life cycle recruiting (sourcing, interviewing, screening, filling positions and on-boarding) mid-level and senior roles in Staffing firms including Branch Managers, Regional Directors, Sales Executives, senior corporate staff, C-Suite management and on Franchisee recruitment and acquisition.
She keenly understands the experience, background, temperament, and drive that these individuals need to be successful as she has personally held many of these roles. Karin was a Regional VP at Blue Crew, Regional Sales Director at TRS Staffing Solutions, Regional Sales Director at Westaff, and VP Franchise Operations at Remedy Staffing.
Her proven method of understanding exactly the talent you need and with her tremendous network of staffing professionals, Karin has some of the best recruiting methodologies and metrics in the Staffing business. This allows her to identify, recruit and engage the top talent tailored to your specific needs, markets, and geographies in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Dr. Bruce Growick Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University,
Dr. Bruce Growick is a Retired Professor of Rehabilitation Services at The Ohio State University where he taught courses, advised students, and conducted research in disability determination and vocational rehabilitation for over 30 years. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Columbia University, and has published widely in the field of rehabilitation, especially in the area of rehabilitating injured workers.
During a two-year leave of absence from The Ohio State University (1989-1990), Dr. Growick was Director of the Rehabilitation Division of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. He has also been a Presidential Appointee under President Bush to the U.S. Access Board (2002-2006). Dr. Growick is a former editor of the Journal of Forensic Vocational Analysis, the official publication of the American Board of Vocational Experts.
He is also a Past President of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, and is currently a vocational expert for various federal and state agencies, including local courts. Dr. Growick has several publications in the area of rehabilitation and workers' compensation and is a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Council on Rehabilitation Education.
Corey, with an undergraduate degree in Finance (Winona State University) and a Master’s degree in Financial Planning (Oklahoma State University), Corey is an advocate for individuals and business owners in helping them navigate their goals. Also an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF ®), he puts client interest ahead of his own.
In over eight years of experience working with 401(k), 403(b), 457 and other types of various retirement plans, Corey has helped business owners thrive by designing or managing plans that allow them to focus on what they do best. Some of the goals Corey has helped these business owners with are: increase their own contributions substantially, retain top talent, increase efficiencies, reduce health insurance costs (employees retire earlier opposed to a workforce that continues to work since they can’t afford to retire), and monitor/track fiduciary responsibilities that are inherently risky.
Corey is also an active member in the Financial Planner’s Association - Minnesota Chapter , serving as a committee member on NexGen which is a group dedicated to promoting the practice of financial planning to the new generation of financial planners.