SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Recruiting for Good pays back clients who enable recruiting to make a difference, by sharing a portion of each placement fee received and investing in socially responsible programs that offer purposeful benefits to employees. Employees can pay forward the benefit to sponsor a family member, friend, or someone in the community.
Launching in 2012, high-purpose benefits being offered to employees include:
- Girls in Power, a program mentoring girls and offering yoga, health, wellness, and life skills.
- Radiance Movement, a program offering free dance for everyBODY - teaching dance to the Autism, Down's Syndrome, and Parkinson's communities.
- Basic Leadership Program, a transformational program teaching men the value of "Higher Purpose" and supporting men to be leaders in life and better husbands, fathers, managers and men in the community.
Recruiting for Good has been connecting great candidates to jobs since 1998, and is supported by a group of IT recruiters with 30 years of collective experience. Recruiting for Good is dedicated to working collaboratively to fundraise and generate proceeds from placements and to empower people to pay it forward and change their world. Recruiting is the "Art of Finding & Connecting the Best Talent to Great Jobs & Companies." The team has worked with major corporations such as J.D. Power and Associates, Wells Fargo, Aramark, Disney and Fox. Recruiting for Good is committed to Care, Collaborate & Share. http://www.recruitingforgood.com
Melinda Crown, single mother of 3 kids, developed Girls in Power, a program that institutes values of self-worth, care, and love through small collaborative groups led by mentors, teachers, and volunteers. Girls in Power offers innovative hands-on programs to develop young girls so that they can best realize their full potential in life. http://www.girlsinpower.org
Social Entrepreneurs Madison Moross and Phannie Haver are friends and founders of Radiance Movement, a holistic business in Santa Monica that brings dance to people with Parkinson's Disease, Autism, Down's Syndrome, MS and other participants.
Contact: Carlos Cymerman, 310-720-8324
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