ATLANTA – July 23, 2014 – The most recent employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports continued growth in overall employment and specifically taps information technology labor as one of the healthiest and fastest-growing categories.
This positive trend coincides in a broader sense with the continued success of the National Recruiting Center, a unit launched a little over a year ago by The Intersect Group, a national staffing and consulting firm specializing in finance/accounting and technology.
Designed specifically to support Fortune 5000 and other nationwide organizations with multiple office locations and projects across the country, the National Recruiting Center delivers customized staffing and consulting solutions to rapidly and efficiently fulfill critical needs on a nationwide scale.
“Companies have limited capacity to manage resources nationally for complex needs,“ says David Baba, national market director at The Intersect Group. “We are the premiere provider for all U.S. geographies that ensures a consistent approach, strong coordination, rapid fulfillment, competitive rates, and comprehensive reporting. We are that key point of contact regardless of location or discipline.”
In the last year, the center has placed approximately 125 contractors in 12 states and multiple major cities throughout the country, including New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago. Due to the unit’s success, demand for national services and coverage is quickly increasing from both existing and new clients of the firm. Led by Baba and national recruiters and account managers possessing an average of 15 years of experience specializing in national services delivery, the center is the fastest growing unit within The Intersect Group.
“The National Recruiting Center demonstrates how attuned we are to our clients’ evolving needs as well as our ability to authoritatively act on a national scale,” says Wade Hughes, chief executive officer at The Intersect Group. “We match the right person to the right role at the right time.”