Scott A. Mayer, President and CEO of QPS Employment Group, Inc. (QPS), founded the firm in 1985 in his parents’ basement with only $5,000.
Under Scott's leadership, QPS has grown from one office and two employees to over 30 offices in the Midwest with a staff of over 290 internal employees. QPS works with more than 5,000 associate (temporary) employees on a weekly basis.
QPS is the largest independently owned staffing firm in the states of Wisconsin and Iowa. Scott also owns Evolution Gastro Pong, a premier ping-pong nightclub located in Milwaukee's Third Ward.
Scott's other passion is racing. He is currently a driver for Starworks Motorsports. He ran in the 24 Hours of Daytona in January 2008, 2011 and 2012. Scott raced in the Indy Racing League from 2002 to 2005.
Scott is past President of the Wisconsin Association of Staffing Services (WASS and is also on the Board of Regents for Wisconsin Lutheran College and is a Board Member of the MMAC.
Mark Immekus has been working at QPS since 1988. Under his leadership, a sales force of close to 30 professionals has impressively grown QPS' revenues exponentially, year over year.
For the past 10 years, Mark has been an active member in the Wisconsin Association of Staffing Services (WASS), the American Staffing Association (ASA), and the Visus President's Roundtable.
Dan McNulty has been involved with QPS since 1989. Under Dan’s direction, QPS has grown from having eight internal employees to over 225. Dan has also opened 21 branches and helped increase the number of associate (temporary) employees from 90 to over 5,000.
Active in the staffing industry, Dan is a member of the Visus Executive Staffing Networking Group, as well as a member of the Wisconsin Association of Staffing Services (WASS). He is also an Industry Information Committee Member of the American Staffing Association.
Mary Remington has been a full-time employee since 1992, but her roots with the company go back to doing QPS' first tax return in 1985 when QPS, then Quality Placement Services, posted an annual gross revenue of $2,073.
Over the years, QPS has gone through several accounting systems to come up with the sophisticated reporting that the company performs today. Weekly, QPS bills over 1,500 clients and pays over 5,000 associate employees.
Mary has served as chairman of the Community Involvement Committee at QPS since its formation in 2001. Mary is a firm believer in the idea that "you must enjoy what you do and who you do it with" to achieve satisfaction in your work life.