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Global Human Resources Outsourcing launches recruitment services unit

New division has already saved its clients more than $1 million, according to Irvine-based firm.

By Carol StarcevicPublished: May 25, 2010 02:44 PM

Irvine-based Global Human Resources Outsourcing has launched its new recruitment services division.

The unit uses a metrics-driven recruitment model that is personalized for each client and offers more affordability than its competitors.

The human resources services company's new division has already saved its clients more than $1 million, according to the firm.

The company's talent acquisition system utilizes advanced measurements that include indicators such as the time and cost to hire, performance, turnover, workers’ compensation, vacancy rates and overtime.

“By helping clients hire the right people the right way, the first time, we help to boost profitability and increase our customers’ bottom line,” said Jeff Stinson, president of the firm.

He also noted that many companies fail to recognize the full costs of employee turnover, such as declines in the productivity of a business, and replacement and training expenses.

Global Human Resources Outsourcing helps to meet its customers' goals by developing recruitment plans that fall in line with clients' objectives, and screening applicants with personalized interview tests to evaluate credentials and references, among other offerings.

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