About Us

The Rosen Group provides direct hire and contract placement of Human Resource professionals at all experience levels, specializing in recruiting, compensation, benefits, HRIS, payroll, labor relations, training & development and employee relations. Our network of talent consists of thousands of highly-qualified, prescreened talent ready to hit the ground running.

Our Services

HR Staffing & Search

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What Our Clients Say

“I am the Senior HR Manager for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and my Recruiting needs were fulfilled with the help of the Rosen Group. My experience with the Rosen Group was overall very good and the process was simple. As soon as we presented the need for a recruiter, we went back and forth until we received some quality candidates and were then able to review resumes and select a candidate for an interview. The overall quality of service was very good, as was the speed of service and the quality of candidate. The Rosen Group was good to work with, as there were no issues with invoicing and if we needed to get in contact with them we received a prompt response. The Contract Recruiter we hired through the Rosen Group, Kim O’Donnell, is still in the process of helping us fill a backlog of unfilled positions that came to us almost all at once.”

Christopher Brod

( Senior HR Manager at the American Board of Internal Medicine )

“As my Human Resources team has grown and evolved, I have periodically sought the guidance and assistance of The Rosen Group. Rosen has consistently delivered on our requests, whether it is for a strong slate of candidates to fill a leadership role, support on a contractual basis to fill a temporary gap, or other Human Resources staffing needs. I am impressed with The Rosen Group’s depth and breadth of knowledge about current Human Resources trends and demands, and have always been pleased with their candidates and responsiveness. They seek to understand our particular need first and it is apparent that they understand the importance of building a high performance HR department. I strongly recommend Rosen to any company conducting a search for a Human Resources pro.”

Doug Allen

( SVP HR Cooper Health System )

“I just started using The Rosen Group to fill Director and above positions within our HR Department. I’ve found the Rosen Group to be highly professional, thoughtful, thorough, and responsive. They took a lot of time on the front end of the recruiting process to learn everything they could about our Company, the culture, and my personal view of the type of person I felt we needed to be successful. In the end, I got a star contributor and am very pleased.”

Ken Hurley

( Vice President, Labor Relations, Penske Truck Leasing Company )

“I feel very fortunate to have [the employee] join my team as a FT Aptuit employee. She has done a terrific job as a Rosen Group Contractor and you have been a pleasure to work with.”

John R. Carroll

( Senior Manager, Human Resources, North America, Aptuit )

“The Rosen Group did an excellent job in recruiting our VP, Human Resources as well as a contracted recruiter. We gave very strict requirements and you really was able to find two individuals who match our requirements and Company culture perfectly. The recruiter was only supposed to be with us for a few months, but he was such a great match that we are still contracting him 16 months later! The Rosen Group has always responded quickly to any questions / issues and has kept good open communication throughout the entire recruitment process and during the contract assignment.”

Susan Maggetti

( PHR, Human Resources, Innovative Solutions & Support, Inc. )

“Our experience with The Rosen Group was wonderful. Rosen assisted us to clarify our needs, and their responsive staff worked with us through every step to hire a highly qualified Director of HR. We had a difficult time choosing the top candidate, because Rosen pre-screened and sent only the best to us.”

Linda Dezenski

( Chief Operating Officer, Liberty Resources )

“It is with great pleasure that I share with you the successful launch of The Wolf Survey. We are thrilled with the addition of [our contractor] to our production team this year. Not only were we able to make our deadline, but we were able to enhance the content, look and feel of the final product…We thank you for the excellence of which our Survey journey was handled and look forward to a great relationship with The Rosen Group.”

Lisa Wolf

( President & CEO, L. Wolf Associates, LLC )

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Recent News

New Website Launched for A Powerful Team- How CEOs and Their HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations

We are excited to announce the launch of a new website, dedicated to A Powerful Team- How CEOs and their HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations!   The new website contains information about the book, authors, and details on how to purchase a copy, as well as the abililty to read additional chapters not included in the book.

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Rosen Group Recent Placements

The Rosen Group is excited to share some of our most recent placements! Benefits Specialist at Cubesmart HR Manager at Quaker Valley Foods Contract Recruiter at Holy Redeemer Payroll & HRIS Manager at Amerigas Director/VP of Human Resources at Subaru Contract Recruiter at Amerigas Compensation Analyst at VWR Learn how we can help you hire the

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4 ways to improve HR communication

July 21, 2017posted by Lesley Lyons from Human Resources Today As with most things in life, communication is critical when introducing or launching HR programs and services. Effectively relaying the details and benefits of HR plans and programs is essential to getting buy-in on these initiatives from employees. And employee support is paramount to the success of

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Recent Placements with the Rosen Group

The Rosen Group is excited to announce our most recent placements. HR Director at American Board of Internal Medicine HR Director at Accupac Workers Comp. Specialist at Kencrest Recruiter at Endocenters Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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Book Launch Held for A Powerful Team- How CEOs and Their HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations

Close to 100 HR Professionals gathered together on May 17th at the Comcast Center in Philadelphia for the launch of the new book by Scott Rosen, David Pinette and John Touey. Attendees enjoyed the evening networking and received a copy of the just published book. A Powerful Team- How CEOs and their HR Leaders are

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Rosen Group May 2017 Placements

The Rosen Group is excited to announce our current placements for May. IT Recruiter at SevOne Payroll Administrator at Comar HR Business Partner at Lourdes Recruiter at Comar Comp Specialist at Penn Medicine HR Business Partner at Wuxi Apptec Recruiter at Mauser Recruiter at Reliance Standard Life HR Administrator at Burns Engineering Learn how we can

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Recent Placements with the Rosen Group

The Rosen Group is excited to announce our most recent placements. Talent Acquisition Director at Alan Myers Recruiter at Mauser Recruiter at Quaker Valley Foods Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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Just Published and Available for Purchase- A Powerful Team-How CEOs and Their HR Leaders Are Transforming Organizations

The Rosen Group is pleased to announce that A Powerful Team-How CEOs and Their HR Leaders Are Transforming Organizations has just been published, and is now available for purchase on AuthorHouse, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. A Powerful Team, co-written by Scott Rosen, David Pinette and John Touey, shows why HR strategy matters and how it

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Recent Placement at the Rosen Group

The Rosen Group recently placed an HR Administrator at CSMI.  Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit http://www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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A Powerful Team- How CEOs and Their HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations

We are excited to announce that we are moving into the next phase of Scott Rosen’s latest book.  As we move closer to production, we wanted to give you some insight as to what you can expect from this exciting publication. The book is co authored with David Pinette of Challenger Gray and Christmas and

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Recent Placements at the Rosen Group

We recently placed a Compensation Specialist at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Sr. Benefits Administrator at Mainline Health. Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit http://www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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New Placement for the Rosen Group

We recently placed a Sr. HR Generalist at Elementis.   Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit http://www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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Another Great Placement at the Rosen Group

The Rosen Group is please to announce that we placed an HR Director at Princeton University Press.  Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit http://www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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New Placements from The Rosen Group

The Rosen Group recently placed 2 Contract Recruiters at Aria Healthcare, a Comp Analyst at Axalta Coating Systems, and an HR Manager at Tekni-Plex , Inc.  Learn how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. Visit http://www.rosengroup.com for more about the Rosen Group.

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The Rosen Group Launches New Website

It is with great excitement, that we announce the launch of our new website- www.rosengroup.com. After many months of putting together a whole new look, we are happy to share the news with you.  Our new website is user-friendly, and contains fresh new content about our business offerings.  We hope you like the new website

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The Rosen Group New Placements

The Rosen Group just placed an HR Manager at Essentra and 2 HR Generalists at DCIU and Accupac.  See how we can help you hire the best HR professional for your company. http://www.rosengroup.com

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Congratulations to Chubb- Winner of the United Way Impact Award at the HR DOY Awards

The Rosen Group would like to congratulate Chubb, the winner of the United Way Impact Award at the 2016 HR Department of the Year Awards. This award is for outstanding results in the areas of charitable giving and volunteerism. To learn more about this award and others, visit www.hrawards.org

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Congratulations to Benson F. Smith, Recipient of the CEO of the Year Award!

The Rosen Group would like to congratulate Benson F. Smith, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Teleflex for receiving the CEO of the Year Award at the HR Department of the Year Awards. The CEO Award recognizes a CEO of a company whose specific beliefs, views and the operational activities support the HR function and

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An Amazing Evening at the HR Department of the Year Awards

The HR Department of the Year Awards was held on Thursday November 17th at the Crystal Ballroom in Philadelphia.  It was a great evening that began with a lively cocktail hour and networking.  With upwards of 300 attendees, the HR Community came together to honor some great companies in the Philadelphia metro area. In its

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A Powerful Team – How CEOs and their HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations  

We are excited to announce that Scott Rosen has taken on the challenge of co-authoring another book, the focus of which will be how effective CEO/CHRO partnerships drive organizations to higher levels of performance. The book is co authored with David Pinette of Challenger Gray and Christmas and John Touey of Salveson Stetson. It will

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Two Sides of the Story-Matching Clients with Contractors

The Rosen Group is one of very few firms in the NJ, NY, PA, and DE area that focuses on one, single area all day, every day – recruiting and assessing HR talent! We have a database of thousands of HR executives with a wide range of experience, expertise and talent at all levels all

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Building Strong Relationships- Meeting a Client’s Needs Across the Miles

The Rosen Group is one of very few firms in the NJ, NY, PA, and DE area that focuses on one, single area all day, every day – recruiting and assessing HR talent!  We have a database of thousands of HR executives with a wide range of experience, expertise and talent at all levels all

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Contractor Placement Experiences with the Rosen Group

The Rosen Group is one of very few firms in the NJ, NY, PA, and DE area that focuses on one, single area all day, every day – recruiting and assessing HR talent!  We have a database of thousands of HR executives with a wide range of experience, expertise and talent at all levels all

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How The Rosen Group Began- Part II

In 1997, a few years into the business, I came up with an idea to create an awards program for HR departments.  I felt that HR got a lot of criticism but not a lot of kudos.  I started the HR Department of the Year Awards and we have been going strong for 18 years

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How The Rosen Group Began

I cant believe that 20 years have gone by since I started The Rosen Group.  A lot has happened in the last 20 years. In 1995 the internet craze was just beginning. Braveheart with Mel Gibson was a popular movie.The Grateful Dead broke up. The Dow Jones closed above 5000 for the first time. OJ

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Hiring in the Age of Transparency

Reblogged from Workforce.com Author: Geri Anne Fennessey Social media has changed the recruitment game. But today’s era of transparency in talent acquisition requires greater attention to detail. When Joseph Roualdes decided to post a video from a 2011 scuba diving trip to Maui on social media, his intention was to share his memories with family and

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Boost Employee Engagement with These 16 HR Apps

  Reblogged from Business2Community By: Abby Perkins According to a recent Gallup poll, 70% of employees are not engaged at work. But when they are, they’re 21% more productive—and 87% less likely to leave companies. That means employee engagement is an issue that should be at the forefront of every organization. And it’s one that

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How Your Job Ad Can Attract Quality Candidates

Re-blogged from Human Resources Online By Jerene Ang A typical job advertisement would likely advertise the qualities that an employer seeks in prospective candidates – academic degrees, qualifications, years of work experience, among others. But new research slated to appear in the Journal of Business and Psychology, found that a few minor changes in the wording of

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Recruiting Careers Take Flight as Companies Accelerate Hiring

  Reblogged from Philadelphia Business Journal Author: John McDonald Recruiting isn’t usually the first choice when college students are deciding what career to pursue. But that may be changing as today’s business environment grows more candidate-driven and Baby Boomers exit the workplace. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment-services industry is projected to

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Own your Workplace Mistakes and Use Them to Your Advantage

Reblogged from NewsObserver.com Author: Bruce Clarke We spend too little time celebrating our workplace mistakes. They deserve dissection, truth and reflection. Too often they receive denial, excuses and burial. There is so much focus today on finding your strengths. Consider the common parenting advice to use only reinforcement in redirecting child behavior. There is even

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What to Expect for HR in 2015: 5 Waves of Change

Re-blogged from Forbes.com Author: Christopher Koch We all know who really runs companies, right? It’s those who design/make and those who sell. Everyone else is referred to as part of a function in order to make sure, in case you had any doubt, that you are not part of the core of the business – you

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2015… The Year of Social HR?

Reblogged from Forbes.com By: Jeanne Meister In 2014, we saw organizations use social technologies for recruitment, development and engagement practices. The year to come will bring even more transformation to human resources. The year 2015 will see the advent of what I call “the consumerization of HR,” where employees expect an “intelligent mobile user experience”

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New Hiring Trends to Look Out for in 2015

Reblogged from SFGate Author: Belo Cipriani Thanks to the web and to social media, the world has become smaller and more transparent. And when it comes to separating personal information from business data, employees have never had a more difficult task. But just like workers have to now be more mindful about what they put

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Are Any of These HR Productivity Killers Affecting Your HR Department?

  Re-blogged from Human Resources Online By Akankasha Dewan As the traditional role of HR continues to evolve, one thing is clear – HR wants a more strategic role directly related to the business. That was the key finding of a new study by BambooHR, which polled more than 1,300 U.S based HR professionals to gauge

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4 Things to Remember When Using Tech Tools in Recruiting and Hiring

Re-blogged from ChicagoTribune.com.  Written by: John Carpenter Technology tools are surging into the world of hiring and recruiting but won’t succeed if they are misunderstood, misapplied or misguided. So said a panel of recruiting experts gathered in the Loop late last week for a discussion called “Technology in Recruiting: Nuts and Bolts.” The Human Resources

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Three Misconceptions About Your Company’s HR Professionals

Reblogged from The Huffington Post Written by Erin Daruszka   There are numerous misconceptions about the human resources function. Many employees do not fully understand the obligations, influence and benefits of HR professionals. I know this firsthand, because throughout my career, I have been in situations where I had to make unpopular choices for the greater

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When Hiring Managers Clash with HR

Reblogged from CBSNews.com Author: Suzanne Lucas Job hunting can be extremely painful. If you’re not agonizing over writing yet another cover letter, you’re refreshing your email to see if a company has responded. And if it does respond, half the time the job description doesn’t reflect what the phone screener says. Then if you land

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The Way HR Works Needs to Change — Here’s How

Re-blogged from Quartz Author: Jayson Saba It seems nowadays it is rare to open up an issue of an HR magazine, visit a blog site, or attend an HR show without reading or hearing about big data. Let’s put this in the context of HR and submit a use case where a high-tech company were to

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Debunking Four HR Myths That Destroy Company Cultures

Reblogged from Forbes Author: Micah Solomon  There’s a wealth of misinformation out there about how to hire (or “select,” which is the term I prefer) and treat employees. These myths can destroy your attempts at building a rich and sustainable corporate culture and can make a hash of your leadership. These wrongheaded opinions tend to be delivered

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Human Resources’ Seat at the Table: Five Tips to Earn and Leverage Your Value

Re-blogged from FedSmith.com By Dana Meyer Whether you work at a government agency, mega-corporation, or a small business, leaders are requiring more of Human Resources (HR) than ever before. In a global study, Towers Watson found that organizations are increasingly committed to running their HR function like a business. As manager self-service processes and technologies are implemented, HR

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View from HR: Engage employees before changing the office layout

Re-posted from News & Observer Author: Bruce Clarke People achieve amazing accomplishments each day in very difficult work environments: hot, cold, wet, noisy and hazardous. Real and unpreventable hardships are part of so many roles. Why do we sometimes unnecessarily put employees in difficult settings, preventing their best work and hurting their overall job satisfaction? I just

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The Hot HR Technology Trends Of 2014

Re-blogged from Forbes Author: Meghan Biro It’s been a while since I’ve seen a solid independent survey of HR tech trends that will affect the workplace in 2014. The Information Services Group III -0.22% (ISG), a leading technology insights, market intelligence and advisory services company, recently conducted the ‘Industry Trends in Human Resources Technology and

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Why It’s A ‘Glorious Time’ To Be In HR

Re-blogged from Forbes Author: Gene Marks Last month employers in the U.S. added 288,000 jobs. It marked the best five month stretch of job creation since 2008 and the U.S. economy has now officially recovered from the job losses of the last great recession. Of course this is great news for everyone. But there’s one

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The Bad Hiring Decision Is Worse Than None At All

Re-blogged from Information Week: WallStreet & Technology Author: Andrew Waxman Managers need to make sure they make good hiring decisions, or they risk long-term damage to their entire group. How important is it to make good hiring decisions? Particularly when it is a strategically significant hire, hardly anything is more important. The risk or downside

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Human resources management in the era of social media

  Re-blogged from Lexology Langlois Kronstrom Desjardins LLP Author: Geneviève Beaudin and Marie Cousineau Just a few short years ago, not many of us could have imagined the extent to which the Internet and social media now play a major role in our society. Employers have not been immune to the spread of this phenomenon,

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HR Take Notice: Narcissists Do Best In Job Interviews

  Reblogged from Forbes Author: Victor Lipman A new study from the University of British Columbia shows that narcissists do best in job interviews – and are more successful “than equally qualified candidates who act more modestly.”  The study has substantive implications for Human Resources operations and hiring managers, as well as for job candidates.

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HR, Listen Up: Teamwork On The Job Is Overrated

  Reblogged from Worldcrunch By Harald Czycholl The successful candidate has to be a good team player who can fit seamlessly into the company’s dynamic team. This is the familiar notion found in virtually every employment ad these days. But this team fetishism is also misleading. It has never been conclusively demonstrated that teamwork is

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5 Ways Chief HR Officers Can Impact The Bottom Line

Reblogged from Forbes.com By: Bertrand Dussert Chief human resources officers (CHROs) hear the voices loud and clear: They must evolve to become strategic business forces within their enterprise. But when you pack up the slide decks and put away the research reports, what does that really mean? The answer is deceptively simple: CHROs must help

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Give HR Departments More Authority

  Reblogged from the Wall Street Journal: The Experts By: GIANPIERO PETRIGLIERI For all the focus organizations put on change and innovation, human-resource departments are often among their most conservative quarters. This is evident in the long-standing popularity of “best practices” that help replicate traditional power structures, and of “competency models” that play down the

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Getting HR Data Right Is Key to Leveraging Latest HR Technologies

  Reblogged from Workforce Written by: Julia Mench Human resources executives have never seen more diverse, innovative technologies that support all aspects of an HR department. The cloud is helping app developers push the innovative envelope and rapidly bring new HR solutions to market. But the biggest challenge isn’t which technology to adopt; it’s the

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Five Things Hiring Managers Can Do to See and Hire Stronger People

Reblogged from LinkedIn By: Lou Adler Being a great manager starts by hiring great people, and hiring great people starts by understanding how they make career decisions. While using the Performance-based Interview and Talent Scorecard will dramatically increase assessment accuracy, it really won’t matter if hiring managers aren’t seeing enough good people to begin with. In this case, they’ll

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5 Reasons You Should Stop Hiring Based on Titles

By: Mary Gay Townsend Source: http://thenextweb.com/entrepreneur/2014/02/22/5-reasons-stop-hiring-based-titles/#!y9DBx The time comes for every young company when the addition of a COO or a dedicated IT specialist is required. In the face of a growing talent shortage and a war for the best employees, however, adding the right people to your team can be a large task for a

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How to Speak the Language of Hiring

  Re-Blogged from fastcompany.com. By: LYDIA DISHMAN Take two people: the hiring manager and the job applicant. While these two should be interacting with the kind of simpatico of best friends, the hiring process can be so convoluted that they end up speaking different languages. Online recruitment platform Bright looked at 1 million job descriptions and

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Modern HR Or How To Earn Your Employees Every Day

Re-Blogged from Forbes OracleVoice By Gretchen Alarcon, Vice President, Human Capital Management Strategy Many executives define their customer experience strategies as an effort designed to earn their clients over and over again. In today’s talent-centric corporate landscape, it seems to me that modern human resources (HR) could use a similar adage: How can we help

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View from HR: More than one way to accomplish a business goal

By Bruce Clarke Reblogged from &NewsObserver.com Business and human resources leaders occasionally clash over the right way to reach a goal. Sometimes there is genuine disagreement. More often, though, one of these barriers prevents working together toward the best business result. Which goal? Do all members of the team understand the business goal? Much like

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What Should HR Leaders Focus On In 2014?

Reblogged from Forbes. The main focus for most organizations in 2014 should be on talent management and talent development, particularly the managerial and technical roles that are the difference makers.  One of the major reasons to focus on talent is that it is a great way to get the HR function into a broader discussion

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Testimonials: ABIM

Companies live and die by their customers feedback. As a niche staffing agency specializing in the placement of HR folks, we have two sides to the customer relationship, the client and the placed candidate. Below is a recent example of positive feedback from the client and the candidate. Thanks for reviewing it. -Scott Rosen, President,

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4 Unconventional Ways to Increase Employee Productivity

  Re-blogged from smallbusiness.foxbusiness.com. Are you looking to increase your employees’ productivity? Check out these four unconventional ways to boost productivity in the workplace: Reduce stress through family-care programs. Help employees manage their personal and professional lives with programs and services that help them address the most pressing and stressful needs in their lives: their families. And

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The 2013 HR Department of the Year Awards Photos Are Up!

Did you attend the HR Department of the Year Awards last month? Or perhaps you missed them but wished you could’ve attended? Whatever the case may be, you can now find yourself in the pictures or feel like you were there as the event photos are now up. You will definitely want to check them

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2013 HR Department of the Year Awards Recap

As you may know, the 2013 Delaware Valley HR Department of the Year Awards Dinner and Presentations  was held on Thursday, November 13th at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia. The event went off without a hitch and we are so thankful to the 400+ guests who came out and joined us. Joe Conklin was

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Connect with our Social Networks!

If you’re already following us on our social media accounts, perhaps you’ve noticed more activity coming from our pages. If you’re not following us already, you should be! We are now on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn and we’re always sharing stories and photos regarding Human Resources, as well as company news, events, and jobs.

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Hiring: Talent Acquisition Partner in Philadelphia, PA

  My center city Philadelphia client has an immediate need for a Contract Recruiter. This 9+ month assignment will focus on recruiting entry level and associate level talent within key functional areas such as Payroll, Accounting, and HR. Responsibilities include recruiting and evaluating external candidates through a variety of sources and recruiting techniques, including partnering

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Have You Joined Our Mailing List?

  Interested in getting the latest Human Resources news delivered straight to your inbox? Want to be alerted of the hottest HR jobs in the area? Keep up to date with the the latest HR happenings, events, jobs and more by subscribing to the Rosen Group’s mailing list! We recently gave our e-newsletter a makeover

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HR Department of the Year Awards

The HR Department of the Year Awards are just two weeks away… have you registered to attend yet? You won’t want to miss the 16th annual event, which is being held Thursday, November 14th at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia and begins at 5:30 pm and concludes at 9 pm. This is a great

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5 Tips for a Great Resume

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Creating a new resume or editing your existing one probably isn’t at the top of your to-do list… or maybe it is and you continue to put it off. Unfortunately, delaying the process won’t make this dreaded task go away, as it is certainly not going to write itself. Which is why we’ve gone ahead

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Rethinking Work: Use the Corporate Life Cycle to Guide Your Hiring Decisions

Check out this article that talks about how to use the corporate life cycle to guide your hiring decisions. http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130812035921-15454-rethinking-work-are-you-in-the-right-job?trk=cha-feed-art-title

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HR Department of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award

At last years award ceremony the lifetime achievement award was given to SAP for their outstanding work in the field of Human resources. Terry Laudal received the award on behalf of the company as a whole and offered some words about the true meaning of his job. The video can be watched at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bme_Hf1Ue3o&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL5J2JzomL-1JvdJF2Mf6tTUg3OxtW9NTY Also if

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A Foolproof Tool for Motivating Your Team (Article)

I recently read an article that would be very beneficial to any HR managers looking to motivate their team. It describes how managers need to motivate their employees differently because everyone is different and responds to different types of motivation better. One way to determine a persons’ motivation is to ask them to create a pie

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CEO of the Year

One of the prestigious awards at the Human Resource Department of the year awards is CEO of the year. This past year Alfredo B. Calderon of Aspira Inc. of Pennsylvania took the award home. Here is a video of his acceptance speech: http://youtu.be/BxPegN_AOpc

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Recent Event

In May of 2013 our Topic was “Why Good People Can’t Get Jobs” Our speaker was Peter Cappelli, the George W. Taylor Professor of Management at The Wharton School and Director of Wharton’s Center for Human Resources.  Peter led a  fascinating discussion about the job market and what the issues are around talented people who

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Business Overview Video

For those who haven’t had a chance to view it, below is my new video which gives a very short overview of my background and The Rosen Group.  Believe it or not, after being in business for 18 years, some of my current and prospective clients are not still 100% sure of our entire service

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HR Department of the Year Kickoff Event

2013 HR Department of the Year Kick off Event To many in the Human Resource profession, The Delaware Valley Human Resource Department of the Year Award has become a well-deserved symbol of excellence. Leading companies in our region have earned the honor over the past 15 years. On April 11, 2013 close to 100 HR

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Most workers hate their jobs or have ‘checked out,’ survey finds

Seven out of 10 workers have “checked out” at work or are “actively  disengaged,” according to a recent Gallup survey.   In its ongoing survey of the American workplace, Gallup found that only 30  percent of workers are “were engaged, or involved in, enthusiastic about, and  committed to their workplace.” Although that equals the high

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Philadelphia Area HR Executives Meet

On May 15th at Comcast headquarters a group of 25 Human Resources executives met around a conference table to discuss HR issues. Among the group were representatives from companies like Virtua, Prudential and Comcast. The first issue on the table was talent. Comcast, VWR, Virtua and Prudential discussed focusing on how to do work vs

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Human Resource Department of the Year Kick Off Event

We recently held our 2013 Human Resource Department of the Year Kick Off Event at the Union League in Philadelphia. This event featured the four HR Department winners from 2012. This video gives an overview of the event. If you would like to apply for this prestigious award applications are not being taken at http://www.hrawards.org/

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Human Resource Openings and News from The Rosen Group

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The Rosen Group April 27, 2012 Thanks for your continued support! Looks like the market is starting to turn from where I sit. Lots of contract, contract to hire and direct hire positions. Here are our current openings. Please let me know directly if you or someone you know is interested in one of these

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AlliedBarton: Winner of 2007 Department of the Year Award (12 or more department employees), 2008 Award for Excellence in Leadership Development and 2009 Award for Excellence in Talent Acquisition

HR Best Practices: Profiles of winners of Human Resources Department of the Year Awards AlliedBarton Security Services, headquartered in Conshohocken, PA is the largest American-owned contract security company in the United States. They have been providing quality security services and highly trained personnel since 1957 to clients in a number of industry sectors, including commercial

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What should I expect from my Human Resources Department?

This question has challenged Human Resource professionals and Operating management since the days of the “Personnel” department and probably long before that. It has challenged HR professionals for several reasons, but probably the biggest reason is because the HR community in many cases has not created the dialogue with Operating management that specifically addresses the

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NFI:Winner of the 2009 Department of the Year Award for Companies with 20-49 HR Department Employees

HR Best Practices: Profiles of winners of Human Resources Department of the Year Awards NFI offers a variety of services to help businesses manage, grow and succeed in today’s logistics marketplace. It is a fully integrated supply chain solutions provider offering logistics, distribution, transportation, intermodal, and real estate services across the U.S. Headquartered in Vineland,

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Ocean Spray: 2009 Winner of the Award for Excellence in Leadership

HR Best Practices: Profiles of winners of Human Resources Department of the Year Awards Ocean Spray was started nearly 80 years ago by three farmers from Massachusetts and New Jersey. They are an agricultural cooperative–owned by a large group of over 600 cranberry growers throughout North America and 50 Florida grapefruit growers. Ocean Spray is

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Philadelphia Gas Works: 2009 Winner of the HR Department of the Year Award for Departments with 8-9 human resources employees

HR Best Practices: Profiles of winners of Human Resources Department of the Year Awards The Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) is the largest municipally-owned natural gas utility in the United States serving 500,000 customers in the City of Philadelphia. From its rather humble beginnings in 1836, PGW has grown into one of the nation’s leading natural

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Merits Projected to Rise in 2010

by Marisa Rambaran, The Rosen Group Positive news in the midst of the recession-Watson Wyatt’s 2009/2010 U.S. Strategic Rewards May 2009 survey reports an optimistic outlook for salary boosts in the coming year. So far this year, bonus budgets have suffered under the hard hit economy, leaving hard-working employees to endure less than their deserved

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Making the Case for Diversity and Inclusion: Strategies and Tactical Approaches

by Luanne Ramsey As a former diversity leader, this topic is something I am very passionate about. My definition of diversity is everything that makes us “different” from others, such as race, gender, values, work styles, communication styles and characteristics. I define inclusion as recognizing the importance and value of bringing together individuals and their

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Defining Culture

by Luanne Ramsey A company’s culture can be the difference between success and failure. Organizational culture can be difficult to define, let alone understand. The definition of culture is the collective unwritten beliefs, rewards, ethics and behaviors that determine how people within the organization react and behave, both toward their internal and external stakeholders, peers

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New Jersey FLI: Do you know what it means for your business?

Quick Quiz When talking about the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), New Jersey Family Leave Act (NJFLA) and Family Leave Insurance (FLI), which program(s):Â Â ensure the employee returns to the same or similar position with pay and benefits? can an employee take for their own medical condition? cover care for a newborn

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Entitlement Mentality

What is it? How does it happen? How to overcome it in the workplace? by Luanne Ramsey Last month, we took a look into what employee engagement looks like and what steps to take as HR leaders to arrive with a happy, committed workforce. We explored how costly a disenchanted workforce can be. This article

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Employee Engagement

How is it critical to your business? What do employees need to feel engaged? by Luanne Ramsey Employee engagement in today’s climate of economic instability is critical to the overall success of an organization. Without employee engagement, productivity suffers, morale plummets, absenteeism increases, and high potential employees depart. Organizations are left with mediocrity which directly

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Human Resources and Recruiting During the Recession

By Byron Mackelroy Defining a clear human resources strategy is key to long-term success during the current economic downturn. Some companies have to make the difficult decision of who to let go, while others face the daunting task of sifting through a mountain of job applications for any position they have open. For those companies

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Pre-Employment Background Checks

by Barry Snyder Performing a background check is done when a person applies for a delicate kind of job. Employers would only hire people they can definitely trust and if they have to do a background check, they would do it without further questions. The importance of a background check is even more obvious when

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Show your appreciation for appreciation

The cost of praising someone is nil-but a recent study has found that the payoff can be huge. When employees want to be praised, it means they care to be seen as competent, hardworking members of the team. Good managers want satisfied, motivated, and productive staff members. A Personnel Today survey of 350 HR professionals

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Reviewing the Review

Many managers hate giving out performance reviews. The process has a nasty reputation, since employees often hate getting any kind of criticism, no matter how diplomatically delivered. And managers often lack the courage necessary to tell people the truth about how they are doing in their job. But performance appraisals are an important tool to

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5 Last-Minute Communication Tips for Fall’s Annual Enrollment for Benefits

By Jennifer Benz Fall is annual enrollment season for employee benefits and most employers are right in the middle of finalizing their benefit changes and plan designs, creating employee communication, testing benefits enrollment systems and scheduling employee meetings. With everything to consider, how do you know your open enrollment communication will hit the mark? These

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Diverse Recruitment Checklist

The following is a guide for guarantee that your recruitment process is consistent and impartial, and provides you with a quality group of applicants. Your job description should not in any way prohibit anyone from applying because of race, religious belief, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability or cultural background. Include “Company is an

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