The RightThing(R) Recognized as a Recruitment Process Outsourcing Leader by The Outsourcing Institute
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FINDLAY, OH, Mar 18 (Marketwire) -- The RightThing, LLC, a leading recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider, today announced that it has been named among the "Top 10" RPO providers on The Outsourcing Institute's first annual RPO customer satisfaction survey. Overall results will be published in the April 2013 edition of Human Resource Executive(R) magazine and providers will be recognized with awards at the upcoming IQPC(R) 13th HR Shared Services & Outsourcing Summit taking place May 13-16 at the Hotel Sax(R) in Chicago. This confidential client survey was conducted to provide buyers with insight into some of the key criteria used by clients of RPO providers to evaluate and select an RPO partner. The survey examined the components of RPO in terms of solution delivery, value for fees, general-service capabilities and provider understanding of client needs. Rankings were determined on the statistical analysis of the surveys. Recognized earlier this month on Workforce Management magazine's "RPO Hotlist," a collection of the industry's leading providers, The RightThing has been consistently recognized for its industry leadership and customer satisfaction as well as its ability to scale and implement quickly to help meet critical hiring needs on a global basis. Now as part of ADP Inc., the combined organizations offer an even more compelling value proposition for clients looking for a full range of total talent solutions. "Our successful client partnerships are the driving force that has enabled us to be a top provider for so many years and we are proud to be recognized," said Terry Terhark, Divisional President of The RightThing. "This honor further validates The RightThing and ADP's consistent dedication to work as a true partner with clients, set industry standards and deliver unmatched service." About The RightThing(R), An ADP(R) Company The RightThing, LLC is a premier recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider. Harnessing the power of proprietary technology, The RightThing continues to lead the industry with innovative, scalable solutions that help clients find, recruit, hire and retain top talent. Dedicated to recruitment leadership, technology and outsourcing, The RightThing offers recruiting solutions to small, medium and large organizations serving many of the world's leading companies. For more information, visit http://www.rightthinginc.com. About ADP(R) ADP (NASDAQ: ADP), with more than $10 billion in revenues and approximately 600,000 clients, is one of the world's largest providers of business outsourcing and human capital management solutions. Leveraging over 60 years of experience and a global footprint spanning more than 40 countries, ADP offers a wide range of human resource, payroll, talent management, tax and benefits administration solutions from a single source, and helps clients comply with regulatory and legislative changes, such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA). ADP's easy-to-use solutions for employers provide superior value to companies of all types and sizes. ADP is also a leading provider of integrated computing solutions to auto, truck, motorcycle, marine, recreational vehicle, and heavy equipment dealers throughout the world. For more information about ADP or to contact a local ADP sales office, reach us at 1.800.225.5237 or visit the company's Web site at www.adp.com. Media Contact: Whitney Lehman Director of Corporate Communications The RightThing, LLC +44 752 333 7976 firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright 2013, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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