|By Marketwired .||
|April 28, 2014 10:46 AM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC, a global, tech-enabled talent acquisition company, today announced the appointment of Colette O'Neill Taylor as senior vice president, Canada. With a focus on client development and operations across Canada, O'Neill Taylor is based in Toronto and responsible for strategic account development as well as the success of TMP's customers and employees throughout Canada.
"At a time when our company is poised for significant growth in Canada, I am thrilled to have such a skilled leader to help guide our business expansion in the country. With more than 18 years of experience in the recruitment industry, Colette has demonstrated a proven track record of leading customer-focused teams in developing creative talent acquisition solutions," said Mike Newell, president, North America for TMP Worldwide.
In her role as senior vice president, O'Neill Taylor will direct a team of regional vice presidents, digital strategists, client strategists, account directors and account executives to create new technologies and strategies that will help TMP's customers attract and retain the best people. Prior to joining TMP, O'Neill Taylor was the National Director of Sales Strategy and Enablement at Workopolis and served as a member of the Corporate Leadership Team. During her time at Workopolis, she led the Enterprise Account Director Team, Solution Consulting and ATS Practice, Sales Operations and Sales Enablement. O'Neill Taylor has worked for leading HR recruitment organizations in Canada and the United States, servicing and supporting many of the Fortune 500 companies.
"My passion is to help organizations design effective integrated solutions that attract, engage and retain top talent," said O'Neill Taylor, who also is a Certified Leadership and Talent Management Consultant. "In a world where online recruitment continues to become more complex and often overwhelming for organizations, I'm excited to work with the TMP team in Canada to generate new strategies and innovative solutions that will drive demand for our products and increase the value we provide to our customers."
About TMP Worldwide
TMP Worldwide is a global, tech-enabled talent acquisition company that leverages software, advertising and creativity to develop and deploy our clients' employer brands across digital, social and mobile platforms to connect candidates with employers.
This strategic mix of talent and technology allows us to serve a global client base that spans virtually all sectors of private, public, and government employers, and positions us as the organization to define the standard of measurable and cost-effective solutions to the human capital management community.
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