Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited has successfully completed acquisition of Caribbean Resourcing Solutions Limited (CRS), an IT recruitment agency focused in the manufacturing, construction, energy and petrochemical industries.
This partnership marks a move by Eve Anderson to specialise in IT recruitment as T&T continues to serve as the regional hub for global businesses seeking to set up or do large projects across the Caribbean and neighbouring Latin American countries.
"We are excited to be expanding our recruitment services in IT and continue our efforts to build our capacity to serve businesses across the Caribbean region," said Maria Chong Ton, CEO for Eve Anderson Recruitment. "We look forward to connecting businesses who are searching for professionals in technology field and within their specific industry to take them forward."
For over 45 years, Eve Anderson Recruitment (formerly Eve Anderson Associates) has connected businesses with jobseekers across all industries in T&T and on several contract projects across the Caribbean. Since they rebranded in 2013 with new chairman Angela Lee Loy, the agency's services have expanded to headhunting and interim-management recruitment, payroll and compliance background checks for key industries.
"I am delighted that CRS has aligned itself with another forward thinking company which will add a unique value for our clients in Trinidad and Tobago and throughout the region. Our combined years of experience and expertise ensure that we cover every aspect of recruiting and now offer an unbeatable range of services to our candidates and clients." said Susan Hale, CEO for CRS and now a non-executive director to the company.
This year, CRS marks its 20th anniversary. The company, launched in April 1996, was the first IT recruitment agency solely focused on search and selection for professionals in that field in the Caribbean. The company has built a reputation for permanent recruitment and contract resourcing in the energy sector. Over the years, CRS has successfully supplied professionals to companies in Barbados, Jamaica, St Vincent, Mustique Island and The Bahamas.
"We look forward to collaborating with Susan during this exciting time and building long term strategic plans to attract technology companies and professionals in T&T and across the region," said Angela Lee Loy.