HR Administration

Staffing Firm Allegis Enters Alliance in Brazil

By Staffing Analysts

Jul. 31, 2012

Allegis Group Services entered into a strategic alliance with Grupo Empreza, a Brazil-based human resources provider.

The alliance is aimed at driving recruitment process outsourcing and managed service provider solutions, as well as retained executive search and talent advisory services in Brazil.

“This strategic alliance will allow AGS to further expand its geographic footprint and offer the same seamless recruitment solution in Latin America that it already offers in the North American, European and Asia-Pacific regions,” said Randolph Gulian, executive vice president of Allegis. “We are fortunate to have found such a high quality organization that matches so closely with our own culture.”

Allegis Group Services is part of the Allegis Group, the world’s fourth-largest staffing firm.

Filed by Staffing Industry Analysts, a sister company of Workforce Management. To comment, email

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