By Staffing Analysts
Aug. 7, 2012
Allegis Group Services entered into a strategic alliance with Wall Chase Partners, an Argentina-based human capital firm. 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 Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Allegis Group Services is part of the Allegis Group, the world’s fourth-largest staffing firm.
Green Planet Group, Inc., a Scottsdale, Arizona-based energy conservation group, announced that its wholly owned staffing subsidiary, Lumea, Inc., completed negotiations and has signed a servicing agreement with Tri-State Staffing Services, Inc., a professional employer organization. The contract establishes a new “hybrid” agreement that enhances Lumea’s worker’s compensation program while significantly reducing costs.
Yoh, a Philadelphia-based staffing firm, announced it will provide RPO services to Critigen, a technology consulting and IT outsourcing firm. Yoh’s focus will be to source, qualify and submit talent to fulfill Critigen’s needs in hard-to-find areas and improve the overall sourcing process. Critigen has more than 50 offices worldwide.
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