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Direct Recruiters Inc. launches new executive search service

May 15, 2017

Direct Retention focuses on acquiring, assessing, delivering and retaining senior level executives.

Direct Recruiters Inc. (DRI) Executive Search has unveiled its new riskless retained executive search named Direct Retention.
Direct Retention by Direct Recruiters, Inc. (DRI) is disrupting the search industry with its money-back guaranteed retained search. Specifically designed for small and medium size companies, Direct Retention focuses on acquiring, assessing, delivering and retaining senior level executives and other key professionals without any financial downside.

It is made possible by presenting only those candidates who have been fully vetted by DRI and its independent consultants of Pradco, Organizational Consulting Group, Dinn, Hockman & Potter, LLC and HR & Relo Advisors. Their respective expertise ranges from skill and cultural assessments, compensation studies, legal support for non-competes, and relocation assistance. 
According to Dan Charney, president and CEO of DRI, “Direct Retention is an innovative executive search model. We’ve joined forces with independent consultants who are known for best practices in their fields as a means to offer total employment solutions for clients seeking to fill leadership positions. We are backing our product with an unprecedented retention guarantee. We’ve listened to our clients and the future is not just the recruitment of top-notch senior level management, but the need for seamless onboarding and long-term retention.”

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