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Clarendon Parker joins hands with Rite Choice for NRI recruitments

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Mumbai, May 10 (UNI) International recruitment consultant major Clarendon Parker Middle East (CPME) today announced its entry into the Indian sub-continent with the launch of Clarendon Parker Asia (CPA), in a joint venture with Rite Choice Consultants Pvt Ltd (RCCPL), an Indian recruitment organisation.

Addressing the media persons, CPA Chairman and owner and CPME Managing Director Patrick Luby said, ''The CPME, which provides staffing solutions at senior and management levels, in co-ordination with RCCPL, will help senior Indian personnel get back to India to take up vital positions in the local market.'' ''CPME has an existing database of 1,70,000 candidates of which 70,000 are Indian nationals and we will share our resources between Asia and the Middle East to interview and screen candidates for Indian clients,'' he added.

Speaking on the occasion, RCCPL Director Virendra Rastogi said, ''India's growing economy has led to a real shortage of quality indigenous executives. This unique opportunity existed in partnering CPME to bring essential resources back to India.'' ''With the detailed understanding of the Indian market's needs, we find a compliment in this partnership,'' he added.

CPA Chief Operating Officer Sridhar Kandagattla said that with a reverse trend of non-resident Indians (NRI) wanting to return to their homeland, the NRI's, through the CPME, will be interviewed and selected directly from the Gulf countries, where they are currently based, for senior executive positions here.

At the same time, RCCPL would be screening Indian candidates at lower and mid-level exectutive statures for the Gulf requirements, who shall be screened at the CPA offices in the country, he added.

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