recruiting firm. Thirty percent of physicians attributed the lack of income growth primarily to decreasing reimbursements.
Physicians reporting income declines in 2010 included radiologists and oncologists
in Houston, Texas. The office will recruit for the local oil and gas industry as well as the developing renewables and nuclear markets. Edward Ogden, who has been with the agency since its launch in January
; Company and Hire Counsel, both founded by attorney Lynn Mestel, are the first legal recruiting and staffing agencies to be employee-owned, the companies reported.
“This program enables us to recognize
by recruiters seeking to interest them in jobs by telephone, email or regular mail.
“Even in a stagnant economy, new doctors are being recruited like blue chip athletes,” said James Merritt, founder of Merritt
as the primary staffing vendor of Sigma Solutions, a provider of technology services, to manage all recruiting and hiring for Sigma Solutions as it expands across the United States. Terms of the contract were
” to recruit and fill positions, an increase of three percent compared to the previous quarter. Employee referrals, online job boards and staffing firms remain the top three recruiting resources for companies
Thing, a recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider. The RightThing is also the parent company of AIRS, a recruitment training and technology company. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
revenue due to increased recruiting and other costs resulting from more demanding client specifications, pricing and other competitive pressures, as well as increased costs relating to training entry level