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Recruitment Management Consultants: Keeping an Eye on the Target

Friday, February 1, 2019  
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Have you ever played paintball? If not, the employees of Recruitment Management Consultants (RMC) can give you a few tips. Employees of RMC know that behind every successful team, is a close-knit group of people. It’s through fun outings such as bowling, trips to the arcade and even Detroit Tigers games, that the employees of RMC have grown so close. Knowing how to have fun is just a glimpse of what this hardworking and motivated company has to offer.

Located on Lake Lansing Road, RMC is a full-service information technology consulting and placing agency. Their mission revolves around the idea of connecting the right people, to the right job opportunity, in the right organization. To ensure compatibility between candidate and client, RMC has a well thought out placement process that includes phone screenings, personal meetings and technical assessments.

“We don’t want to just fill positions,” said Adrienne Moulton, RMC’s marketing and communications manager. “We don’t want to just find people jobs. Ultimately what’s more important, is making sure the job is the right fit for the candidate as well as making sure that the candidate meshes well into our client’s culture.”

RMC was founded in 2010 by business partners Jim Beiermeister and Jamie Lytle. In the 2007 and 2008 recession, Michigan was hit hard, most of the impact going towards the automotive industry. One of the outcomes of that economic downturn was a large number of Michiganders moving to find work in other states. This was taken personally by Beiermeister and Lytle, who were both born and raised in Michigan and are currently raising families of their own here. The partners wanted to help Michigan’s economy by keeping talent here and bringing it back.

That’s exactly what the duo did. Eight years later and the company is thriving, not only as a business itself, but in the Lansing community as well. RMC has worked with organizations and provided sponsorships for Capital Area IT Council, the Lansing Give Camp, the Jackson National Life IT Charity Classic Golf Outing and the Project Management Institute, among several others.

“We have also worked a lot with entities such as Capital Area Michigan Works, Lansing Community College and Clinton County RESA,” said Moulton. “We’ve helped with providing resume reviews, doing speed networking with students and have attended job expositions to educate on STEM careers.”

Through their involvement with the Lansing community, RMC has also been able to talk to younger people about the opportunities in IT, since there’s a shortage in the tech industry. Eighty-seven percent of hiring managers say it’s hard to find skilled IT professionals.

“With the ever-growing number of openings in IT and the unemployment rate being so low, it’s our job to bridge the gap,” said Moulton.

The future is bright for RMC. With all the great companies that are in the Lansing community, RMC will continue to provide quality talent to their customers. And who knows, maybe play another round or two of paintball.

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