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Stephen DuFaux

Stephen DuFaux has been in the recruiting industry for eleven years and has served in a variety of capacities covering all aspects of staffing, including recruiting, account management, business development, and multi-branch operational management for national staffing companies. His experience covers a wide range of niches from light industrial, to clerical & admin, to healthcare. Stephen began his career with Tandem Staffing in 2000, and in 2001 he moved over to Medical Staffing Network as a National Director in an operational role over two divisions. He joined Snelling Staffing in 2008 as an RVP/Director. DuFaux has been instrumental in providing direction, coaching, and mentoring to develop highly successful sales and recruitment teams. He is a deeply accomplished and results-driven executive with an exemplary record of success and advancement, driving high value revenue and profit gains, cost savings, and improved organizational sales initiatives. Stephen is a passionate advocate for the staffing and recruiting industry with a consummate desire to make a difference in reversing the negative perception of the industry and the services it provides. This involvement includes orchestrating and developing a highly recognized and respected social networking platform; “the National Staffing & Recruiting Industry Association" - NSRIA. In addition, in 2010, DuFaux accepted a seat on the Board of Governors for the Recruiters Guild.

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Recruiters Need to Follow Through

by Mar 17, 2011, 5:44 am ET

photo: Deputado Bruno Covas

As a recruiter (whether retained, contingent, corporate, executive search, or independent), there is “No Acceptable Excuse” for not following up or following through with a candidate.

By failing to do so, your actions are contributing to the further erosion of the reputation of our profession and are fueling the negative perceptions presently associated with recruiters.

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