At Dennis Partners, we know regulatory recruiting. We are committed to creating and maintaining partnerships with our clients while upholding the highest standards of professionalism and ethics. Our team interacts within the marketplace on a daily basis, giving us the ability to locate, screen, and recommend exceptional individuals to your firm. We know how to identify the top performers. Our strength is partnering with you and your business to develop a solution and meet demands for growth while improving efficiency. Let our advanced expertise find the top professionals in the industry to provide a competitive edge to your company.
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We reached out to Dennis Partners for assistance in filling a US-based Regulatory Affairs management role, after 5 months of unsuccessful efforts, including with other recruitment firms.Very quickly after we had begun partnering with them, we knew they had understood our requirements accurately and had confidence in the breadth of their network, based on the quality of the profiles they presented us. Within just a couple of weeks, they recommended the candidate we ended up hiring and, after close to four months, the match with our company and needs seems practically seamless.
The positive result from this first collaborative association encouraged us to turn to them once more, this time for a Canadian position. This experience has been successful, as we are getting ready to welcome aboard our second Dennis Partners candidate, with as much satisfaction and excitement as with the first one. Both these recruitments in partnership with Dennis Partners have undoubtedly been productive and effective. We look forward to the opportunity to work with them again, whether for US or Canadian needs in Regulatory Affairs.
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