MPC celebrates 10 years in the recruitment industry
28 May 2008
The MPC Recruitment Group, a leading service provider to the electronics sector, is celebrating its 10th year in the recruitment industry this year.
The company was started by Hough Joubert in June 1998. Hough's extensive recruitment experience has meant that the business has been able to grow from strength to strength to where it is now - with branches in Johannesburg and Durban, and a number of networking partners. The group is still managed and run by Hough, along with finance and technology director, Frans Reuvers.
MPC recruits in a permanent, temporary and contract capacity, to suit the needs of their clients. The group prides itself on its professionalism and its ability to recruit high calibre candidates. The company's fundamental belief is that long-term business relationships, and therefore mutual trust, dignity and respect, are essential to the success of the recruitment partnership and process.
Over the last few years there has been a change in the industry, with many good calibre candidates going online to search for jobs. MPC has been quick to embrace these changes by using a variety of online job portals. The company has also custom-developed a fully computerised database of interviewed candidates, which has streamlined and sped up the recruitment process, delivering a better service to their clients and candidates.
MPC consults to a number of preferred employers in the electronics industry and thus their consultants are well equipped to understand technical job requirements, and recruit in this capacity.
For more information contact MPC Recruitment, +27 (0)11 706 9042.
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