I’ve been able build a career connecting people and building relationships which is something I find incredibly fulfilling.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
Few recruiting companies start the New Year the way eHire did, with a two-day kickoff. This two-day kickoff covered the company’s values, culture, financials, accomplishments, 2012 goals, department updates, training, and most importantly, a renewed focus on the “why.” The “why” being the reason that one does what they do.
eHire had their two biggest months during Q4 of 2011, which also happened to be their biggest quarter of the year. In 2011, the company grew revenue by nearly 40%. eHire’s goal is to maintain this momentum as they begin Q1 of 2012 and to build upon it over the course of the year. They believe the key to continuing success is a focus on core values, culture, personnel development and community involvement. The company’s core values all stem from their “why.” It is important that a company knows why it does what it does and for its employees to share that same passion. Seth Ryan, Managing Partner at eHire, says, “We believe eHire can challenge the status quo in the recruiting and staffing industry. We strive to create client and candidate experiences that far exceed expectations which in turn changes their perception of our role in their professional lives forever.”
As part of eHire’s 2012 kickoff, employees were also given recognition to reward their passion for quality and service in 2011. Michael Reynolds, awarded Top Performer, and Jeff Pierce, awarded MVP, were both promoted to the role of Practice Manager in addition to being recognized for their achievements. Jeff Pierce shared his “why,” “I’ve been able build a career connecting people and building relationships which is something I find incredibly fulfilling.”
eHire has a passion for helping change their clients’ and candidates’ lives. They do not just show this passion externally but with their own employees who throughout the kickoff were regularly asked to provide feedback, ask questions, and offer suggestions. eHire knows their “why.” The “how” starts with listening to their prospective candidates and clients, in order to find others that believe in the same values and ideas.