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One showed an Army recruiting officer crouched in his office, his hand holding a string tied to a wad of bucks just outside.
We remind the parents about specific testing dates and visits and let them know how excited we are to be recruiting their son.
They were imbued with the "crazy" idea that a local (versus a multinational) recruiting firm could be run professionally, with each consultant focusing on a certain area of expertise rather than running around trying to handle everything that comes across their path.
It helps gain knowledge and experiences from other types of businesses, such as recruiting and hiring practices, benefits to employees, advertising positions and development of staff," Cunningham says.
Attracting the right people to military service is imperative in today's world, so we constantly seek to gauge and measure the effectiveness of our various recruiting campaigns," said Lieutenant Colonel Ward Wood of the U.
Bill Cuff, vice president of recruiting, training and management development for New England Financial, said the company had 2,360 producers at the end of 1996.
Furthermore, the financial incentives are reasonably related to recruiting the physician to become a member of the hospital's medical staff and to establish and maintain a full-time private practice in the service area.
A physician recruiter for five years before joining PHP a year ago, Evans knows both sides of the recruiting business.
The CIA let Ames continue with his hapless recruiting efforts.
One mistake that should be avoided, especially if college recruiting is a new activity for a firm, is going only to campuses that are known nationally for their accounting programs.
a leading provider of Web-based talent management solutions, announced today that Cruise West, the largest American-owned cruise line and leader in small-ship cruising, has implemented OpenHire, SilkRoad technology's Web-based recruiting management system.
Bieniemy, UCLA's running backs coach for three years and recruiting coordinator the past 11 months, accepted the same position with the NFL's Minnesota Vikings on Monday, but his recruiting strategy figures to remain.