Recruiters donate services to recovering September 11 firms

The
recruitment industry is offering free assistance to organisations whose
employees were either killed or disabled during the 11 September terror attack.

The
initiative is being organised by recruitment firm Cornerstone International
Group, which is offering its project management services to co-ordinate
recruiters, employers and job candidates to help organisations affected by the
attack both in the US and abroad.

Cornerstone
has provided a clearing house to select, assign, monitor and assist small teams
of recruiters.

“Many
recruiting firms have already volunteered free services to help us in replacing
executives and professionals who were killed or disabled," said Cornerstone’s
chairman and CEO, William Guy.

"To
move quickly requires more than any one recruiting firm can provide but by
working together in a non-partisan team effort, the challenge can be met
effectively.

“We will gladly accept help from any recruiter willing to
donate his or her time whether he or she is a specialist or a generalist
recruiter and from any recruiting firm.”

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