Poly Services Group, an award-winning recruiting firm in Toronto, Ontario, is honing its focus on the important and competitive space of IT talent recruiting and announcing its name change to reflect the new direction – Poly Tech Talent. It will tap into its expertise in HR and the IT space to ensure companies and tech candidates find winning IT placements to help build strong teams to meet their goals
With over 13 years of award-winning recruitment solutions across all industries, Poly Services Group becomes Poly Tech Talent. The announcement comes with a new focus on its expertise in HR recruiting and placement within the ever-growing and competitive IT space.
The laser focus will better assist companies and tech candidates to find the matches they need to build a winning IT team and career.
“Before starting Poly in 2006, I spent more than 10 years as a top-producing sales professional and trainer in IT, so I came to know a wide variety of organizations from the inside out,” said President Virginia Poly.
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“What I learned was that while we all recognize that the right person, in the right role, at the right time can transform an organization, most companies think of recruiting as a headache, not an opportunity.
“The team at Poly Tech Talent knows that recruiting is an opportunity to build the team our clients have always dreamed of, and we are ready to help those in the IT space take advantage of this opportunity,”
With this enhancement, Poly Tech Talent will provide its clients with:
- A Flat Fee payment option making recruitment costs more economical.
- IT Contract solutions for Staff Augmentation and project resourcing.
- Assisted management and resourcing of entire IT functions or departments.
- A la carte services for entrepreneurs and small businesses to bolster their IT recruitment marketing, speed up the hiring process or keep current with employment standards.
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SOURCE Poly Tech Talent