MrTed Goes Large
MrTed Goes Large
MrTed Ltd, the global leader of Talent Acquisition Solutions, announced today from Neuilly-sur-Seine, France that they have secured the largest talent acquisition software and services engagement in French Public Sector history. The partnership between the French Social Security and MrTed will provide more than 600 Social Security offices with web-based recruitment and talent acquisition capability.
First and foremost, it is a privilege and an honor to serve the French government in such a substantial way, and we are deeply appreciative of the trust and confidence they have placed in our company, said Jerome Ternynck, CEO and Co-Founder of MrTed. This contract follows a major deal signed earlier with Chinas Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS) and confirms our growing position as provider of choice in the public sector.
The French Social Security provides citizens a wide range of benefits covering unemployment, healthcare and retirement through a combination of general and special programs. These programs are administered through a network of local, regional and national institutions.
The partnership between the French Social Security and MrTed will ensure that hundreds of hiring managers will have the ability to rapidly and easily create, validate and publish open positions across multiple public web sites and government intranets. MrTed will also provide the organization with a cadre of best-in-class talent acquisition tools that will enhance the hiring process for both hiring managers and job candidates.
"Improving our recruitment tools and processes are major goals for the Social Security in 2010," said the Communications Director for UCANSS (the French Acronym for French Social Security). "MrTed has a robust, flexible and open solution. These are baseline requirements for institutions as complex as government agencies. Their understanding of our challenges and aspirations along with their proven success implementing large, complex talent acquisition solutions were determining factors in our selection of MrTedTalentLink. "