The Gateway to Summer…

It’s June! We’re almost halfway through 2018.That means more sunshine, more humidity, and (almost) daily tropical showers – just the way we like it down here on the Gulf Coast!

This month, we discuss how properly training new hires is crucial to a company’s sustained growth. Next, we talk about the “The Rule of Seven”, and how it relates to your company’s corporate structure. Finally, we understand new business opportunities do not just fall on your lap. Sometimes, you need to go out and find, or create, your next big opportunity – but how do you do that?

Need a helping hand this summer? Call Long’s today for a free consultation to see how we can help your business meet its goals!

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Long’s launches Medical Division!

To better serve our current and future partners in the health care industry, we’ve launched a new medical staffing division aimed at meeting the unique needs of health care providers throughout the region supported with the same great service, reputation and history that Mobile and Baldwin counties have come to rely on from Long’s.  To learn more, click here!

Liz Freeman, New President of Long’s Human Resource Services

Elizabeth-Freeman-PortraitLiz Freeman, New President of Long’s Human Resource Services, Represents Third Generation of Leadership

[Mobile, Alabama] – Tom Damson, serving as president of Long’s Human Resource Services for 30 years, is announcing his retirement and turning over the company operations to his daughter, Elizabeth Damson Freeman. Opened in 1948, Long’s is a family-held and operated corporation established by Tom and Myrtle Long. Elizabeth Damson Freeman represents the third generation of Long’s leadership who will lead the company into the future.

Elizabeth Freeman, a Mobile native and graduate of UMS-Wright, has earned her spot in the company. She graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human and Organizational Development in 1998 and has since honed her skills in the company by overseeing all aspects of operations for branches in Mobile and Baldwin Counties.

“Liz is uniquely qualified to usher Long’s into the future of this ever-changing business environment with the humble, caring spirit that defines our corporate culture.” stated Sarah Damson, Chairman of the Board for Long’s.