Atlanta, GA, May 1, 2013 - Hire4ce, Inc., a leader in contract sourcing and recruitment solutions, announced today its new executive search firm division; specializing in nuanced sourcing and recruiting solutions for placement of Talent Acquisition Leaders, and other mission critical executive talent.
Co-founder Rob Delp says, “Our value proposition is the back-end Sourcing POD support made of the most highly specialized sourcers in the world, fully dedicated to only searching for highly targeted talent. Our unique market differentiator is our cutting edge sourcing 2.0 techniques, especially with our unparalleled social media outreach and strategy.”
Co-founder Shally Steckerl, a globally recognized recruiting leader over the last 16 years, has helped build up talent identification efforts for most of the Fortune 100 including Microsoft, Google, Coca-Cola, Cisco, Motorola, and over 200 other organizations leading the search for talent. As one of the foremost subject matter experts on souring, Shally will oversee this next generation search firm’s sourcing POD while globally recognized recruiting thought leader, Chris Pritchard, will take charge of the front-end recruitment process.
Steckerl states, “My team of elite sourcers, trained in the most advanced sourcing methods through The Sourcing Institute and utilizing the most powerful tools, will produce the best candidates in the marketplace for our clients.”
Chris Pritchard, author of 101 Strategies for Recruiting Success and a recognized expert in Diversity, recruiting, and talent acquisition with over 20 years of experience, will be client facing.
Pritchard says, “Our search focus is so specific that our clients will have these mission critical roles filled in a timely manner, improving their bottom line by reducing time-to-fill cost, and, with such top talent placement, business will be able to continue to move forward uninterrupted.”
Hire4ce’s executive search firm boasts of offering the most flexible financing options for its customers. Clients will be able to choose from retained, contained, contract, and contingency options.
Delp says, “Unlike most firms, we allow our clients to choose payment options that fit their budget and goals. This allows us to offer our best-in-class services to any size company.”
Atlanta, GA, May 1, 2013 - Hire4ce, Inc., the recognized leader of global contract sourcing and recruitment solutions, announced today the addition of noted author and consultant Christopher W. Pritchard (SPHR) to its executive team.
Pritchard is the author of 101 Strategies for Recruiting Success (AMACOM, 2006) and a recognized expert in delivering enterprise-wide optimization of recruiting and talent management processes and outcomes. He joins Hire4ce, Inc. as a partner within its growing Executive Search division; specializing in Diversity-sensitive placement of senior executive and other mission-critical talent.
Pritchard's Masters of Education degree from Kent State University is coupled with postgraduate studies in Organization Development and Psychology at both Southern California University of Professional Studies and the Gestalt Institute. His 20+ year career has been dedicated to helping organizations attract, develop, and retain top talent while improving the bottom line by reducing cost-per-hire, days-to-fill, turnover rates, and other key indicators of success. Pritchard has created and delivered recruitment, recruitment training, and broad-based human resources consulting services for diverse and recognized clients, including The United States Army, General Electric, Coopers & Lybrand, Ernst & Young, Dell, The Cleveland Clinic, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, and IBM.
Pritchard says, "Hire4ce stands tall among the world's most trusted names in custom sourcing, talent mapping, and pipeline solutions. With recent announcements regarding our expanded lines of business, the overlay of retained and contingency search offerings is truly a chance to develop an even more robust industry presence.” He added, “I am very proud to join this exceptional team at this exciting time.”