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TalentWise Named to Workforce Management's "The Hot List" for Fourth Consecutive Year TalentWise GM Todd Owens Recognized as HRO Today "2010 Superstar"
Date:3/16/2010

Employment screening solution provider TalentWise earns two prestigious distinctions. The company was named to Workforce Management's "The Hot List" for the fourth year in a row and TalentWise's General Manager Todd Owens was recognized as an HRO "2010 Superstar".

Bothell, WA (PRWEB) March 16, 2010 -- TalentWise, the #1 ranked employment screening solution provider that offers employment screening and onboarding solutions designed for human resources, staffing and recruiting professionals, has been distinguished as a top "Employment-Related Screening Provider" in Workforce Management magazine's "The Hot List" for 2010. This marks the company's fourth consecutive year of being recognized as a leader in its category. "The Hot List" is a ranking of superlative HR providers, products and services that help keep businesses up to date, on track and focused.

In addition to the Workforce Management achievement, TalentWise's General Manager, Todd Owens, was recently named one of three HRO Today magazine "2010 Superstars" in the category of Employment Screening. HRO Today honors leaders in the employment screening industry that bring innovations to the marketplace and think beyond the paradigm to offer solutions that are more cost-effective and deliver a higher quality of service.

"We are honored to be recognized by two of the leading publications in the HR industry. These awards are a testament to our team's dedication, creative ideas, and unwavering commitment to the customer experience," said Todd Owens, General Manager of TalentWise. "Since day one, we have been working hard to provide the most user-friendly, integrated, and trusted employment screening and onboarding solutions. We are committed to continuing this innovation in 2010 and beyond."

These accolades come on the heels of TalentWise being
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