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Frontier Communications Corporation is formally working with the Employer Partnership of the Armed Forces to boost career opportunities for members of the military reserve and veterans. In announcing the partnership, Maggie Wilderotter, Chairman and CEO of Frontier, noted, "Members of the military have a well-earned reputation for leadership, teamwork, accountability and discipline. In addition, many have been in military roles that complement skill sets that Frontier needs, such as information technology, customer service and technical operations."
Infinisource, Inc., a nationally known benefits administrator since 1986, continues to add services that reduce administrative burdens for employers. Infinisource now offers Infinisource Unemployment Management in partnership with F.A.R. Management, Inc. F.A.R. Management has provided unemployment insurance benefits administration, unemployment tax expertise, consulting and educational services to employers across America since 1987.
Interserve, the international services, maintenance and building group, is re-shaping its employer branding and recruitment processes across the Group through the application of StepStone Solutions Talent Acquisition. Interserve expects to improve the experience of the thousands of candidates that apply for its vacancies each year through the recruitment data and insight gained from the new system. Interserve receives roughly 1,500 applications per month and has 250 positions available at any one time.
MAXIMUS, a leading provider of government services worldwide, today reported record financial results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year ended September 30, 2010.
Simply Hired, the leading search engine for jobs and recruitment advertising network, today released its Today's Job Seeker Report for the UK summarising the results of more than 60 user polls conducted on www.simplyhired.co.uk since October 2009. The report provides the industry's most comprehensive picture of both job seekers and the job search process—including job seeker interests, behaviours and motivations. (read more)
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Clients Value Flexibility, Senior Counsel of Boutique PR Firms
Long-term Relationships Common Among PR Boutiques International Clients
A new survey of boutique public relations agency clients around the world finds that the specialized, focused services of senior practitioners is a common thread driving the hiring of such firms, regardless of today's economic climate.
"Our firms are boutique firms because the agency principals want them to be"
Public Relations Boutiques International (PRBI), released the survey, completed by clients of PRBI's 29 member agencies. The agencies, which operate in 11 countries, span the globe from Argentina to South Korea.
"The survey results confirm what our clients and members have long told us anecdotally," said PRBI president Bill Cowen, CEO of Metrospective Communications, Philadelphia, Pa. "Our firms provide a level of service that's unmatched by much larger agencies because of the decisions PRBI principals have made about their approach to the business."
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