Fun With PURPOSE At TeamPeople.tv

Fun With PURPOSE At TeamPeople.tv
This is a photo of some TeamPeople gals after finishing the Nike Women's half-marathon which raised money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Top recruiter, Susan Wittan from TeamPeople.tv, loves how her company takes it's values and beliefs and transforms them into opportunities to have FUN. She seeks talented candidates who embrace this approach. Why is this something you want candidates to see?: TeamPeople is a can-do place to work and play. Only one of the 5 participants had ever run more than 6 miles before training for this race. When we put our hearts and minds into something, we succeed. What type of candidate will appreciate this?: A candidate who can appreciate working towards a particular goal whether it be work or play as well as a candidate who appreciates social awareness. Anything else you want to share?: TeamPeople is more than just a media staffing company. We are a motivated, fun-loving bunch who enjoy camaraderie and working together both inside and outside the workplace. Interested in learning more about working for TeamPeople.tv? Visit Susan Wittan's recruiter profile and learn more about the company and how to apply TODAY. CLICK her profile to learn more!
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