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General Employment appoints Redwine to advisory committee

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Naperville-based General Employment Enterprises has appointed experienced alternate workforce executive Gary Redwine to its advisory committee.

Redwine is partner, president and CEO of RAMS, Inc., where he has full responsibility for all marketing, sales, and field operations for the RAMS Family of Companies. RAMS was founded in 1994 as an alternate workforce solution provider specializing in the skilled trades aspect of the commercial construction industry.

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Since its inception, RAMS has evolved into a family of companies that provides integrated human resources and training solutions to -- and satisfies many of the unique needs of -- the commercial construction and consulting industries.

"We are pleased to appoint Gary as the second member of our Advisory Committee," said Andrew Norstrud, CEO of General Employment. "He brings over 35 years of executive experience in the consulting and alternate workforce industries to the company, which will be instrumental as we navigate and execute on our growth plans. Gary will be an integral part of our decision making process and look forward to his contributions in the time ahead."

Prior to joining RAMS, he has held various executive positions, ending as division president, for CDI Corp., a multibillion dollar staffing, consulting, and engineering firm. He developed and managed the growth in IT, Aerospace, Petro-Chem, Telecommunications, Manufacturing, and Federal contracting verticals. Prior to CDI, Gary was a Division Manager for Manpower Services.

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