The RightThing Names VP Business Development

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<p><strong>Findlay, Ohio &mdash; Sept. 19</strong><br />The RightThing Inc. has added Brett Gerard, a highly regarded human resource outsourcing consultant, to its senior leadership team. </p><p>Gerard&rsquo;s newfound responsibilities will include spearheading the company&rsquo;s business development activities as it continues its aggressive growth as a recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider.</p><p>With more than a decade of experience and expertise in the area of human resources and RPO, Gerard brings impressive credentials and demonstrated results in establishing RPO client relationships, conducting research and analysis of service provider practices, managing client portfolio expansion, directing strategic growth strategies and executing revenue enhancement plans.</p><p>&ldquo;Bringing Brett on board to The RightThing gets us that much closer to reaching our objective of being the premier leader in end-to-end RPO services,&rdquo; President Terry Terhark said. &ldquo;Obviously, we&rsquo;re thrilled to have someone of Brett&rsquo;s caliber and talent level joining our team. He&rsquo;ll be essential in growing our business.&rdquo;</p><p>Before starting his new position at The RightThing on Sept. 4, Gerard served as RPO advisory leader within TPI&rsquo;s human resource practice, assisting clients in improving their human resource operations by assessing and structuring sourcing relationships. </p><p>Before TPI, Gerard worked as recruitment process outsourcing business leader at Korn/Ferry International Futurestep Inc., where he led and developed the firm&#39;s recruitment outsourcing business across the United States and Canada.  </p><p>At Hewitt Associates, Gerard led local markets by developing new client HR outsourcing and consulting relationships, managed client teams and executed the revenue growth plans for Hewitt&#39;s global accounts.</p>

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