Tag: Turner Mining Group

Says Turner Staffing Group’s Thomas Haun: “We don’t just want to bring somebody into the company to put a butt in a seat. I think that’s a recipe for failure.” Photo: izusek/E+/Getty Images

P&Q Profile: Turner Staffing Group’s Thomas Haun

September 13, 2023By

P&Q caught up with Thomas Haun to discuss the first full year at Turner Staffing Group and the recent acquisition of staffing firm HR Advantages.

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Turner Staffing Group expands reach with acquisition

August 2, 2023By

The company affiliated with Turner Mining Group recently acquired HR Advantages, a staffing firm specializing in the recruitment and placement of skilled professionals.

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AI and the mining industry

July 27, 2023By and

Turner Staffing Group president Thomas Haun offers his take on how AI will ultimately fit into operations and impact jobs.

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Turner Mining Group’s Keaton Turner says equipment dealers are less inclined to rent what little inventory they have left. Photo: P&Q Staff

Producers pressing to make equipment purchases

September 1, 2022By

While equipment rentals were recently en vogue, current supply dynamics are driving aggregate producers to buy once again.

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FMI Capital Advisors' George Reddin expects an emphasis on recycled asphalt and aggregates to continue. Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Integrating sustainability into operations (Part 2)

July 31, 2022By

Check out what was said during a second Pit & Quarry Roundtable discussion centered around sustainability in the aggregate industry.

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Says Turner Staffing Group’s Thomas Haun: “We don’t just want to bring somebody into the company to put a butt in a seat. I think that’s a recipe for failure.” Photo: izusek/E+/Getty Images

Why the industry must prioritize people again

July 1, 2022By

Thomas Haun of the newly formed Turner Staffing Group encourages every industry company to fully reexamine their approach to hiring and retention.

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Pennsylvania State University’s William Rothwell says periodic conversations with employees will reveal issues about their working conditions. Photo: izusek/E+/Getty Images

Solutions to the aggregate industry’s people problem

May 24, 2022By

Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik explores the ongoing labor shortage in his latest column, relaying insights from industry leaders to overcome this major hurdle.

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How investing in people can change operations

May 4, 2022By and

Turner Mining Group’s Thomas Haun speaks with P&Q’s Kevin Yanik about where producers and contractors are on the challenging labor front.

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Aggregate producers are largely optimistic about 2022 despite lingering issues such as the pandemic, equipment supply delays and workforce shortages. Photo: P&Q Staff

Producers remain optimistic despite continued headwinds

April 1, 2022By

Aggregate producers are very upbeat about the production season ahead, although issues with the supply chain, workforce and pandemic remain in play.

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