TMP Worldwide Form Strategic Partnership

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<p><strong>Wilder, Vt. &mdash; March 26</strong><br />TMP Worldwide, a recruitment, communications and people solutions provider, and AIRS, a provider of candidate sourcing technology and training, have formed a strategic partnership that will bring AIRS&#39; cutting-edge recruitment and human resources training to London in April.</p><p>Among the first offerings will be AIRS SearchLab, an e-recruitment workshop, and &quot;Principles of Recruiting,&quot; a skill-enhancing workshop for both beginning and experienced recruiters. <br /><br />&ldquo;AIRS is thrilled with the formation of this strategic partnership with TMP U.K. to bring innovative recruitment training to the U.K.,&rdquo; said Christian K. Forman, AIRS CEO. &ldquo;We hope this is the beginning of a fruitful relationship that will last many years to come.&rdquo;<br /><br />Since 1997, AIRS has provided training solutions that have given more than 55,000 professionals the edge they need to take their recruiting and HR skills to the next level. </p><p>To date, more than 70 percent of the Fortune 500 have used this training, as well as the majority of major staffing and search firms across the United States and abroad. </p><p>AIRS&#39; 10-year history not only represents its excellence in the recruitment training industry but also shows innovation in training that continually evolves and anticipates future trends in the industry before they happen &mdash; equipping professionals with the knowledge they need to succeed in the highly competitive world of recruitment and HR. <br /><br />&ldquo;We pride ourselves on continually adopting innovative tools that will add maximum value for our clients and are therefore pleased to bring AIRS techniques to the U.K. to give organizations competitive advantage in finding quality passive candidates,&quot; said Phil Owers, TMP deputy MD. &quot;These training courses really have to be seen to be believed.&rdquo;</p>

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