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Best Recruitment Agency and Job Consultancy in Singapore
Posted By: intellect-minds
Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2019
Mobile: +65 - 6222 6703 / 9016 / 0421
Intellect minds Pte. Ltd. is the best recruitment agency in Singapore specializing in talent acquisition, application development, and training. We serve big MNCs and well-known clients in talent acquisition, application development, and training needs for Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Vietnam, and Thailand. Since, from the beginning, intellect minds Pte Ltd had grown rapidly to be among one of the best employment agencies in Singapore –the reason behind the growth and success of our organization is a quick response to continuously changing market demands and reliable services to the clients.
The number of job aspirants both local and outsiders are increasing day by day, thus making hiring and recruiting the right talent for the right job is becoming more difficult. We at intellect-minds deal in every sort of recruiting tasks and activities such as permanent executive search, placement, temporary or contract staffing or foreign manpower. organizations should focus on their core business and leave their recruitment tasks to us as we provide the best talent.
In Singapore, employment agencies play an important role in hiring the right candidate for the right job. Our progressive and robust recruitment system has been successfully established and achieved throughout the last decade. We believe, that in any business people and technology should be considered as one fluid motion. With this in mind, we have designed services that will create a high level of integration and synergy between people and technology. our deep experience in the Singapore job market makes us to better comprehend their needs and locate the most suitable candidate for them.
So, if you are looking for jobs in Singapore in different working departments like information technology, banking, finance, HR, etc. or if you are searching for the right candidate for your organization, our efficient and hassle-free staffing services in Singapore will always be available to help you.
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