Recruiters help devastated companies

The recruitment industry is offering organisations whose employees were
either killed or disabled during the 11 September terror attack help in finding
new staff.

The initiative is being organised free of charge by recruitment specialists
Cornerstone International Group, which is offering its project management
services to co-ordinate recruiters, employers and job candidates to help
organisations crippled by the attack.

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

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

"We need more than any one recruiting firm can provide, but by working
together 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."

Guy stressed that assistance would be available to companies in other
countries directly affected by the terrorist attack such as UK firm Regus.

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