Seasoned human resources professional Megan Shupe recently joined the staff at Beacon Staffing Alternatives in Aberdeen as a business development specialist. She is bilingual and has already used her Spanish language skills to help match prospective employees with potential employers.
Shupe, 40, graduated from Edgewood High School in 1989 and from Harford Community College in 1991. She received a bachelor of arts in international relations, with a minor in Spanish, from Towson University in 1993. A hometown girl at heart, the Aberdeen resident serves as secretary of the Edgewood High Alumni Association.
She has more than 20 years' experience in human resources, including work for Westaff, Target, C&S Wholesale Services Inc., Maxalea Landscape Inc., Drake International, Manhein Balt/DC Auto Exchange and Akehurst Landscape Services.
Beacon Staffing is a full service, temp-to-hire and permanent placement employment agency. Staff personally interview each applicant and maintain a database of more than 1,000 people ready to work. The agency specializes in helping small business clients fill emergency as well as planned temporary to long-term positions as well as helping government contractors find skilled professionals to fulfill short-term and long-term project obligations. Beacon Staffing, 16-2 S. Philadelphia Blvd. in Aberdeen, is certified woman-owned company that has been in business for more than 25 years.