|February 15, 2011|
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After a significant decline in 2009, institutional hiring activity picked up in 2010, but falls short of pre-crisis levels in terms of dollars placed.
In The News
Adecco RPO, a leading recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider, has entered into a partnership with JSTN (Job Search Television Network, Inc.), a revolutionary recruitment platform utilizing the power of video to help organizations attract top talent and convey their employment brand. (read more)
SmartSearch, an industry leading talent acquisition system and recruitment business solution, adds capabilities for its users to leverage social media and engage candidates with new integration to TweetMyJOBS, a comprehensive social media recruiting company and largest Twitter job board in the world.
HRmarketer achieved record revenue growth in 2010, primarily due to the continued strong performance of its core software product, HRmarketer.com, and the growing demand for marketing and media relations services provided by its HRmarketer Services Group and celebrates 10 years of business.
The Society of Human Resource Management and the Families and Work Institute launched a new partnership called "Moving Work Forward," which hopes to increase the number of employers implementing flexible-workplace arrangements. (read more)
Adicio Inc., the leading provider of interactive classified advertising software solutions for media companies, announced new Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn social media enhancements to their Careers, Motors and Real Estate platforms.
Adicio's social media integration initiatives help clients reach the 700 million+ registered users that are currently accessing Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn around the globe.
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Manager Hires Rebound
U.S. institutional investment manager hires rebounded in 2010 compared with the previous year, says a report by manager consultant Eager, Davis & Holmes. It found while placements with alternatives managers continued to grow, the year also held some good news for active U.S. equities managers. New mandates won by managers in 2010 increased 16 per cent in number and 37 per cent in dollar terms. The analysis also shows increased hires from 2009 in several asset classes including U.S. active equity, international active equity, alternative investments, and real estate. (read more, see Charts above)
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