|By Business Wire||
|March 10, 2014 12:19 PM EDT|
ZRG Partners Inc. has announced that Stacey Mainiero, has been brought on board to fill the newly created position within the company, of Chief Operating Officer. Stacey will manage and oversee the daily activities worldwide. She brings over twenty years of leadership in both finance and operational roles, allowing her to maximize the overall performance of the rapidly expanding company. Stacey works out of the West Orange, NJ office managing global operations for all ZRG offices.
Prior to joining ZRG, Stacey held a senior level operations position with Korn Ferry International where she managed the North East Region which compromised over 70% of the North American retained recruiting revenue.
Larry Hartmann, CEO of ZRG Partners commented, “Coming off of two straight years of 35% revenue growth, it was time to elevate our management team with someone of Stacey’s global operations pedigree. Her experience aligns perfectly to our requirements as the fastest growing retained search firm in the world. Having just completed a meaningful acquisition in the first quarter and with more growth plans for 2014, her leadership will allow us to continue to grow in this market.”
Stacey Mainiero commented, “The firm has a truly unique value proposition combining data and analytics into great hiring process. The opportunity to grow and build ZRG into a premier retained search platform is compelling. I am looking forward to helping the company continue the growth trends over the coming years.”
About ZRG Partners
ZRG Partners Inc., is a global executive search and human capital management firm founded on the principle that solid analytical information and process excellence are the cornerstones of any human capital decision. Last year, ZRG Partners completed searches in 33 countries. The firm is regarded as one of the fastest growing global retained search firms in the world with a 5 year, 26.5% compound annual growth rate. ZRG operates globally with offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific.