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15
Aug

Meet Ryan McCormick, Recruiting Specialist

“Ryan always has a positive go-getter attitude. Even in very challenging territories he is able to make a fast impact attracting strong candidates who impress hiring managers. I greatly appreciate his hard work and the dedication he devotes to every job.” Ryan joined PrincetonOne in October, 2017 as a Recruiting Specialist. His responsibilities include finding and sourcing qualified candidates to

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26
Jul

Meet Mercadees Hempel, RPO Talent Assessment Specialist

“Mercadees consistently brings such a positive attitude and work ethic to her role as Talent Assessment Specialist. Welcoming and approachable, she greets each candidate on the telephone with a warm laugh and a smile (even though they can’t see it). Mercadees tackles every task with confidence and great detail. She is a stellar example of our culture at PrincetonOne.” Since joining

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19
Jul

PrincetonOne is Taking a Stand Against Bullying

To help further their “Year of the Children” mission, our Cleveland office raised money to support bullying awareness. Their contributions were donated to Stand for the Silent, a program that addresses the issue of school bullying with engaging, factual and emotional methodology.  Stand for the Silent was founded in 2010 by a group of high school students in Oklahoma who

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13
Jul

Meet Bryant Allen, RPO Recruitment Relationship Manager

“Bryant consistently goes above and beyond to ensure the success of his program. Taking ownership of his role, he is a true motivator to others. In addition to focusing on the tasks at hand, Bryant also concerns himself with ensuring his team members are successful too.” Originally from Oxford, Ohio, Bryant joined the PrincetonOne Indianapolis team in 2018. He prides

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3
Jul

Taking a Stand to Raise Alzheimer’s Awareness

Our RPO team in Indianapolis went purple in June to support Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and to honor the 50 million people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias worldwide. A degenerative brain disease that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior, Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. To learn more, please visit https://www.alz.org/abam/overview.asp. #ENDALZ