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Other employers don't try to recruit people to go to war,'' said Gail Anderson, chief of advertising and public affairs for the Army recruiting battalion in Los Angeles.
Our recruiting coordinator creates a master calendar in early June for our mail-flow.
There are probably about 4,000 recruiting firms in Japan, most of which are one or two person operations that have hung a shingle out the front.
They also struggle with recruiting diversified and professional candidates.
And finally, online advertising reduces travel expenses used to attend job fairs and helps camps avoid the last minute staffing crunch with year-round recruiting.
The integration of music throughout the Enhanced CD reflects the Army's strategic application of music in events, media and other recruiting efforts.
By paying attention to the recruit's initial needs, agencies can benefit twofold by increasing the retention of the employees and ultimately saving the department immeasurable recruiting and training costs.
The physicians do not have a substantial influence over the affairs of the hospital recruiting them.
Debbe Evans is Senior Physician Relations Coordinator at PHP and is part of an internal recruiting staff that has doubled to four full-time recruiters and two full-time assistants over the past two years to keep up with the organization's growing recruitment demands.
Ames first tried his hand at recruiting in Turkey in 1971.
Founded in 1957, Richard Clarke is one of the oldest black-owned recruiting firms.