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Executive Employers Announces New Strategic Relationships and Plans to Expand

In an Effort to Build Relationships with Recruiters and HR Directors around the Country, the Company has Launched a Huge Campaign

LOS ANGELES, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Executive Employers, a new recruiting firm that offers a wide variety of employment services for companies and people, has just launched a massive campaign to help build relationships with recruiters and HR directors across the country. In the short time it has been in business, Executive Employers has already reached a very impressive milestone: its strategic partnership has grown to more than 3,000 executive recruiters and over 70,000 employers/companies.

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In addition, Executive Employers has seen a huge growth just within the last two weeks, after completing a new round of funding. The company recently launched a tremendous marketing campaign designed to attract executive recruiters from all around the United States; these recruiters will then partner with Executive Employers to help companies find the best and right leaders. So far, Executive Employers has connected with more than 70,000 HR directors and decision makers in a vast variety of companies ranging from new and fresh start ups to Fortune 500 firms.

Jessica Jones, director of the recruiting division for Executive Employers, is leading a team of 20 former HR executives—all of whom are dedicated to building and forming strategic partnerships with recruiters and HR decision makers.

"Executive Employers is looking for recruiters who wish to partner with us and help our clients find leaders," Jones said, adding that Executive Employers will pay the recruiters a percentage of commission on each successful placement and will provide all recruiters in its network a dedicated recruiting platform built for executive recruiters where they can login and view resumes of more than 50,000 senior executives and also connect with employers for recruiting projects. 

"If you are a recruiter or an HR decision maker, you can visit our website and apply for partnership. One of our team members will be in touch shortly to discuss details and setup your account."

Anybody who would like to learn more about Executive Employers is welcome to visit the company's website; there, they can read about the company, its past projects, and its innovative services.

About Executive Employers:

Executive Employers is a VC funded recruiting firm specializing in a comprehensive array of employment services for both corporations and individuals including advisory and board placements. Executive Employers utilizes state-of-the-art technology and it's network of more than 3000 Recruiters and 70,000 Employers to find Senior Executives to lead companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations. For more information please visit http://www.executiveemployers.com

Media Contact: Clay Jacobs, Executive Employers, (949) 555-2861, [email protected]

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