Phoenixville, PA (PRWEB) May 24, 2006
The Newman Group, a leading talent management consulting group, announced today that it has expanded its business during the first four months of 2006 by adding 18 new clients and three new consultants. The Newman Group (TNG) has been retained by companies like Hilton Hotels, General Motors and Kaiser Permanente for engagements that range from process consulting to vendor evaluations to recruiting technology support services.
“TNG’s commitment to customer satisfaction and our willingness to share knowledge has given us a solid track record in the industry,” says Ed Newman, president and founder of The Newman Group. “We are privileged to work with the caliber of clients we have and consider TNG’s growth to be a testament to our team delivering on this commitment every day.”
To support this expanding client roster, TNG has hired three additional consulting directors in key regions around the country. Robert Carr is based in Atlanta and has over 15 years experience in staffing management, recruiting operations, organizational effectiveness and training at Accenture and EarthLink. He brings a unique perspective to his clients in both talent acquisition and development.
Carole Seymour is in Sunnyvale, California, bringing a specialty in complex global engagements for Fortune 500 customers. Carole has both a technical and a business consulting background, with over 10 years in staffing management specifically.
Sally Millick, based in upstate New York, brings over 20 years in the staffing industry, with a concentration in developing recruitment strategies and in implementing and optimizing recruitment operations processes and technologies. She’s held positions at Bausch & Lomb and Keane, Inc.
About The Newman Group
The Newman Group has worked with one in four Fortune 100 companies in their vital recruiting and talent management initiatives. The services they provide cover the entire talent acquisition and management lifecycle, including: strategic analysis and planning; process review and optimization; technology and services evaluation, selection, and implementation; and workforce planning. In addition they provide key support services for recruiting technology systems including customer support, systems administration and reporting.
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