Innovative Human Capital Firm Emerging in San Antonio, TX

Innovative Human Capital Firm Emerging in San Antonio, TX

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Business interrupted! Morgan HCM is a newly launched human capital management company that is competitively cost-effective on recruiting the top talent most suitable for company’s positions.

San Antonio, USA – April 3, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

The San Antonio-based agency is disrupting the executive search industry by revamping outdated cost models in exchange for one that’s more advantageous to its clients -especially with today’s market challenges.

“When you have a need to find people who are even better, for cheaper cost with lower turnover, then we can help with that,” says managing partner, Morgan Hoogvelt, who has over a decade of experience in Executive Search recruitment. “We take the time to truly, really, listen to what our clients are looking for. We understand that client needs are unique just as human talents are.”

Out with expensive cost models based on percentage of salaries and in with the cost-per-hire structure.

In this manner, Morgan HCM can save clients money with its outsourcing needs. It can hire for long-term or on a short-term project basis. This cost-saving structure allows Morgan HCM to offer flexible service agreements.

Morgan HCM can attend to specialized needs of companies. It has the ability to engage in service contracts for one piece of the puzzle or replenish an entire team or an exhaustive executive search. It can help in accounting/finance, sales, human resources, healthcare, and oil and gas industries.

“Our operating guidelines are simplistic; flexible and professional,” says Hoogvelt. “We do the right thing first and then we can go from there.”

For more information about us, please visit http://www.morganhcm.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Morgan Hoogvelt
Email: mhoogvelt@morganhcm.com
Phone: 210-882-6352
Organization: Morgan Human Capital Management

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/innovative-human-capital-firm-emerging-in-san-antonio-tx/39189

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