MEET BILL LINS, CPC
Bill Lins, CPC has almost three decades of experience in the employment profession consulting both candidates and corporations in virtually every state as well as overseas.
Bill is a partner with Personalized Management Associates, Inc., the largest search firm of its kind in the country specializing in management placement. He is a Certified Personnel Consultant, a designation that less than 2% nationally hold in the employment profession. He has appeared both locally and nationally on radio and all four major television networks concerning employment practices, laws, and trends. He has assisted several economic leaders including Donald Ratajczak, and several Georgia Labor Commissioners.
He has coached and counseled recent college graduates to vice presidents. He has consulted a plethora of national and international corporations on retention strategies, interviewing techniques, and a wide variety of employment solutions.
Bill has served with the National Association of Personnel Services, Indiana Association of Personnel consultants, the Pennsylvania Association of Personnel Consultants, and for several years with the Georgia Association of Personnel Services. Most of them involved heading the Ethics Committee as chairman for the state of Georgia. Bill consistently advises the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper on questions regarding employment laws and practices. In 2000, Bill was appointed as an employment advisor, by the request of the Mayor of Atlanta, on the 21st Century Workforce Development Committee.
Mr. Lins was the individual responsible for creating and implementing the largest non-profit job fair in the country joining both business and government in employing inner city youth with over 300 hired in less than three hours!
In addition, Bill is a husband and father of a freshman at Furman University.