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PRINTLINK Offers Money-back Guarantee on New Hires

Wednesday, June 13, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, NY (June 12, 2001) -- PrintLink is offering a money-back guarantee on all candidates hired through the staffing firm. This unique guarantee specifies that prospective employers will have placement fees fully or partially reimbursed in the event a candidate hired through PrintLink does not remain with the company beyond 90 days. PrintLink specializes in filling positions in senior and middle management and all print, prepress and document management fields. PrintLink's staffing managers perform a one-on-one pre-screening process with each candidate to determine for which positions they are most suited -- a comprehensive process that ensures only the most qualified candidates are matched with available jobs. Terms of the guarantee are as follows: If a candidate is not employed for any reason within 30 days from date of hire, PrintLink will fully refund the placement fee. If the candidate leaves the position within the second 30-day period from the date of hire, PrintLink will refund two-thirds of the placement fee. Finally, if the candidate leaves during the third month from date of hire, PrintLink will refund one-third of the placement fee. Additionally, PrintLink will keep these employers' names in a database to help find a replacement. "Our money-back guarantee is indicative of how confident we are in our ability to find the right candidates for our clients' available jobs," PrintLink President Arnold Kahn said. "PrintLink's personal attention to candidates and pre-screening process ensure that companies don't waste time interviewing unqualified candidates."

 

 

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