Veritas Recruiting Group hires Amy Seaman as Recruiting Manager, further strengthening their recruiting service in Central Florida.
Heathrow, FL, October 1, 2012 – Veritas Recruiting Group announced today that Amy Seaman has joined the recruiting firm as Recruiting Manager.
Amy joins Veritas with a Masters degree from FSU and two years industry experience working for a local tech staffing firm.
Born and raised in Central Florida, Amy brings a fresh perspective to Veritas and their clients. With her degrees in Communications, Amy’s strengths are in connecting with people of all generations. Amy fully understands that the more high-tech the world becomes, the ability to build real trust-based relationships becomes even more important, especially in professional recruiting.
Veritas Recruiting Group hires Sara Hipp as Recruiter, further strengthening their recruiting service in Central Florida.
Heathrow, FL, January 3, 2012 – Veritas Recruiting Group announced today that Sara Hipp has joined the recruiting firm as Recruiter.
Sara will assist in the recruitment efforts of Central Florida’s top accounting and finance talent.
“Sara is a wonderful person with a tremendous work ethic,” said David Sprinkle, Managing Partner of Veritas Recruiting Group. “She takes ownership of her responsibilities and I have no doubt that she will help us grow!”
Veritas Recruiting Group hires Nancy Rivers, CPA as Recruiting Manager, further strengthening their recruiting service in Central Florida.
Heathrow, FL, October 31, 2011 – Veritas Recruiting Group announced today that Nancy Rivers, CPA has joined the recruiting firm as Recruiting Manager.
Nancy joins Veritas with a wealth of Accounting experience. She has her CPA and earned her MBA in Accounting from UCF. Nancy has Big4 public accounting experience at PricewaterhouseCoopers and her corporate accounting background includes serving as the International Controller at FARO Technologies, a publicly traded employer here in Central Florida.
June 20, 2008
The region’s unemployment continued to rise in May as the housing slowdown pummeled the economy.
April 18, 2008
Florida’s jobless rate hit a four-year high in March as the state’s economy continued to suffer the effects of the housing crash, the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation said Friday.
Florida’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate rose to 4.9 percent in March from 4.6 percent in February.