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May 24, 2017

Abacus Group Named to 2017 Forbes’ Best Professional Recruiting Firms


NEW YORK – May 24, 2017 Abacus Group announced today its placement on the 2017 list of America’s Best Professional Recruiting Firms. Abacus Group, which specializes in executive search and temporary staffing for Accounting, Finance, and Administrative positions across all industries, earned an impressive ranking of 25 on the list of 250.

Presented by Forbes in partnership with market research firm Statista, the roster was compiled using data from surveys of the following groups: HR managers, candidates/employees who have worked with recruiters in the past three years, and other recruiters, excluding recommendations from one’s own employer.

In addition to its distinction as one of the top 10% of recruitment firms in the nation, Abacus Group is the highest-ranked company headquartered in New York City according to the Forbes feature. A total of 18 NYC-based agencies were named to the list, the most of any other city in the country.

Survey participants received email invitations to nominate up to 10 agencies using a collection of 4,000; a write-in option was also available. All research was conducted independently without applications or nominations from the winners.

Brian Bereck, Co-Founding Partner of the 20-year-old business, is exceptionally proud of Abacus Group’s recruiters for developing and maintaining the firm’s great reputation.

The award comes shortly after the agency’s fourth-consecutive Best of Staffing® recognition in February of this year. Inavero and CareerBuilder’s Best of Staffing® honors fewer than two percent of firms in the industry for superior client service.

Visit Forbes for more information about America’s Best Professional Recruiting firms, the statistical methodology, and the full list of winners.

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