FPS Executive Search Announces Services to Help Companies Recruit More Diverse Job Candidates

Ohio-based firm looks to advance diversity hiring by connecting businesses with a network of qualified and talented minority candidates to meet professional and executive staffing needs.

Online PR News – 01-February-2011 – – FPS Executive Search launches services to lead the way for organizations seeking to diversify the workplace. The new company provides innovative recruitment solutions to help businesses identify skilled and qualified minority candidates for positions ranging from entry level to executive.

“Promoting workplace diversity is something we are extraordinarily passionate about at FPS Executive Search,” a company representative said. “Moving into the future, we believe diversity will energize and innovate the business landscape, and we are proud to offer high-quality recruitment services to help companies realize these benefits.”

While more and more organizations are making diversity a priority, many have struggled to implement effective hiring practices. The key challenge faced by HR professionals is not simply identifying minority candidates – but identifying minority candidates with the specific qualifications an organization seeks. Limited recruitment sources have further confounded these efforts.

To help businesses overcome these obstacles, FPS offers solutions to make the process of identifying qualified and skilled minority job candidates more effective and efficient. The company hopes to act as a bridge connecting human resources professionals with a network of diverse applicants they may be missing with their existing recruitment efforts. FPS services also include an “Intelligent Matching” process that ensures candidates and organizations are a suitable match.

“At FPS, we believe for every position there is an ideal minority candidate,” the company stated. “We work to strategically match companies with diverse individuals who are a good fit for the culture, share similar values and will help the organization achieve its long-term goals.”