NPAworldwide Recruitment Network Adds Member Locations in Australia, India, and the USA
NPAworldwide has announced the following new members in its global recruitment network:
WhiteCollarBlue in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. A Specialist recruitment services in the areas of electrical, early childhood, healthcare, industrial, trades & infrastructure, HR, sales & marketing, business support, banking & finance, insurance, and IT.
Patrese People in Kingscliff, New South Wales, Australia. Sourcing talent for the corporate & commercial, finance, contact centre, manufacturing, transport, legal, medical, construction , and real estate industries.
Techno Recruiting Solution Group, Miami, Florida, USA, USA, Recruiting in all areas of IT, healthcare and nursing.
Grey Staffing, LLC (greystaffingservices.com), New Haven, Connecticut, USA, Experienced healthcare recruiters.
Yezak Technical Staffing, Inc. (www.yezaktechnical.com), Houston, Texas, USA, Specialties are engineering and oil/gas/energy.
FinancialPeople - Pittsburgh (www.fpstaffing.com), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Specializing exclusively in the placement of finance and accounting professionals.
GreenThumbs (www.greenthumbs.in), New Delhi, India. Providing recruitment services in the areas of accounting/consulting, banking/financial services, FMCG, engineering/manufacturing, and IT.
Datapath Search Corporation (www.datapathsearch.com), Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA. Specialize in the IT vertical with additional clients in the HR, finance and supply chain sectors
“Congratulations to each of our new members,” said Dave Nerz, president of NPAworldwide. “By joining our global recruitment network, these firms are invested as owners. Membership in NPAworldwide allows independent recruitment firms to more effectively serve their clients and candidates by adding or increasing split placements.”
NPAworldwide membership is offered on a selective basis to independently-owned recruitment firms who meet the network’s enrollment criteria and have a strategic interest in making split placements.