AccruePartners is pleased to announce that John Schmidt, Director and Executive Recruiter of Engineering, is now a credentialed Certified Staffing Professional® (CSP).
November 14, 2012 (Newswire) - AccruePartners, a professional services staffing firm, offering Temporary-to-Hire, Contract, Direct-Hire and Executive Search staffing solutions, is pleased to announce one of its employees is now a credentialed Certified Staffing Professional® (CSP). John Schmidt, Director and Executive Recruiter of the Engineering division, successfully completed the coursework and exam to earn CSP designation from the American Staffing Association (ASA).
Prior to working for AccruePartners, Schmidt earned his undergraduate degrees from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC). In addition, he acquired a Masters of Accountancy at UNCC. After graduating from UNCC, John began his career in public accounting with Deloitte and later moved to Bank of America. In early 2011, Schmidt joined the AccruePartners team as an Executive Recruiter of Accounting & Finance and was recently promoted to his current position of Division Director of Engineering in October 2012.
"We would like to congratulate John for all the hard work and dedication that he put forth to achieve this designation," states Amy Noland Pack, Principal Partner. "This is a very important credential that illustrates AccruePartners' commitment to our clients, candidates, and the staffing industry."
The CSP program offers a professional credential through completion of an in-depth, self-study course, and an exam of labor and employment law principles and ethical practices applicable to the staffing industry. The CSP program promotes industry-wide competency standards through a uniform national program, helping staffing firms retain qualified employees by providing a means for professional advancement and career growth within the industry.
The American Staffing Association represents the U.S. staffing industry. Member companies provide temporary help, contract labor, and direct placement services through 15,000 offices across the nation and account for 85% of U.S. staffing industry revenues.