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UK/The Netherlands — Chinese Government signs Talent Acquisition contract with MrTed

23 September 2009

MrTed Ltd, the Talent Acquisition Solutions specialist, today announced it has signed a major contract with the Chinese Talent Association (CTA) of China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS) to build up a nationwide online Talent Acquisition System (TAS) and develop value-added services to help companies throughout the country improve the process by which they attract and hire the right talent and help millions of talents in China to find the right job.

CTA is responsible for managing all national talent policies, standards and regulations on behalf of the Chinese Government. The project with MrTed supports an unprecedented nationwide initiative to develop and leverage online talent acquisition services to increase speed and accuracy of hiring for tens of thousands of companies across all industries throughout the country.


"The improvement of the national employment situation is one of the key objectives for the MOHRSS in the next 5 years. We are honoured that the Chinese government eventually choose MrTed as the long-term and strategic partner for achieving this critical mission,� said Johnny Wang, Managing Director for MrTed China.

"We will support CTA to set up the largest Talent Acquisition platform in China. Thousands of recruiters in all major cities and districts across China will make use of MrTed’s flagship solution, MrTedTalentLink."

"With China emerging from the global downturn faster than other economies, the need to attract, hire and retain the best talent is expected to increase. That China has elected to centralise and standardise management of this critical process with MrTed clearly demonstrates the government agency’s appreciation for the best global talent acquisition solution. It also underscores MrTed’s unique ability to help the world’s largest organisations to master the complexity of recruiting locally on a global scale," said Jerome Ternynck, CEO and co-founder of MrTed.

 

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