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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Launch of Sales Recruiting Division and Recruitment Process
2008 - PRINCETON, NJ - The Search Group of Princeton
a long history of being in tune with its client's needs. After completing
many successful searches for clients in the professional sales area,
SGP is launching a new division focused solely on the sales candidate
search process. Leading this new division is Janet McLiverty, Vice President
of Sales & Recruiting. Janet has over 15 years of experience in
Sales and Sales Management as well as Executive Recruiting. She has
vast experience with sales teams as well as recruiting for various
In addition to this exciting new division, SGP is also pleased to announce it will offer Recruitment Process Outsourcing. RPO is a customized solution that is less costly than traditional pay per hire fees and more cost effective than housing a recruiting staff. This works particularly well for clients that have an ongoing need for a specific type of candidate such as a sales force. SGP has undertaken an RPO approach with several clients and after much success, determined that this specialized approach could help transform the recruiting process for others.
information on the Sales Recruiting Division or Recruitment
Sunday Star-Ledger, September 14,2003 Section 11
There's work to be done
Career services firms see more job openings ahead
By Janet Spavlik
While some business sectors continue to experience
a decline in employment, many other sectors are posting increases, with
promising projections of growth well into the future. Which industries
are providing the most opportunities for job seekers? The state Department
of Labor and career employment service centers across the state point
to several, including education, health services, construction and financial
services, among others.
|In terms of sustained growth, "analysts are predicting that
the service and construction industries will remain active through 2004,"
says Kennedy-Koslovski. "Our clients are anticipating that
they will need to add to staff in the first half of next year. Many are
planning to replenish downsized personnel. Other companies are encouraged
by third quarter results and expect to expand their businesses accordingly."
In addition to services and construction industries, Kennedy-Koslovski points to the pharmaceutical sector as one with a promising future for job creation and expansion. Because New Jersey is home to such a large' number of pharmaceutical headquarters, including Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Aventis and Organon, even greater opportunities are anticipated for job seekers within the Garden State.
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