A United States Based Recruitment Research & Strategic Recruiting Solutions Company
Founded in Amsterdam, New York in 1989, SGA Talent Sheila Greco Associates LLC combines the continuity and business acumen of a twenty-seven year old recruitment research and strategic recruiting solutions company with a practical forward-looking, results-driven approach. We are a team of experienced professionals who know how to draw on our strengths of identifying talent, recruiting talent, tracking talent and maintaining a network of quality skilled talent.
SGA Talent – Industry Focused. Client Driven.
We help our clients by providing talent intelligence by uncovering the desired, hidden skilled talent others may not have access to. We put our clients in the KNOW! By offering 4 distinct services; Recruitment Research, Recruiting, Customized Competitive Intelligence and SGA ExecutiveTracker Live we continue to be the go to partner for talent.
Over the years, SGA Talent has built close relationships with clients in retail, consulting, tax & audit, financial services, consumer packaged goods, life sciences, technology, energy, healthcare and advertising.
Our most important strength of our company is the quality of our team. SGA Talent is proud of the fact that our most junior research associate has 17 years experience with the company and our leaders over 20 years. Our very experienced team at SGA Talent continues to thrive in an environment that fosters team work, draws on individuals’ strengths, and just happens to be one of the most cooperative & friendly environments in the industry.
Let us help you identify quality talent before the competition does. We look forward to it.
Hunt Scanlon Newswire Briefings
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Forty five percent of U.S. employers plan to hire full-time, permanent employees in the second quarter – a significant jump from 34 percent last year and the highest percentage for the quarter dating back to 2007, according to CareerBuilder‘s latest forecast. Temporary hiring is also expected to experience a double-digit boost year-over-year with nearly half of
U.S. employers expect the pace of hiring to pick up in the second quarter, with nearly 25 percent planning to add staff between April and June. According to the latest ‘Employment Outlook Survey,’ released today by ManpowerGroup, employers in all U.S. regions and industry sectors expect headcount to grow. The upbeat forecast indicates the continued uncertain