Stephen DuFaux

About the Author

Stephen DuFaux has been in the recruiting industry for eleven years and has served in a variety of capacities covering all aspects of staffing, including recruiting, account management, business development, and multi-branch operational management for national staffing companies. His experience covers a wide range of niches from light industrial, to clerical & admin, to healthcare. Stephen began his career with Tandem Staffing in 2000, and in 2001 he moved over to Medical Staffing Network as a National Director in an operational role over two divisions. He joined Snelling Staffing in 2008 as an RVP/Director. DuFaux has been instrumental in providing direction, coaching, and mentoring to develop highly successful sales and recruitment teams. He is a deeply accomplished and results-driven executive with an exemplary record of success and advancement, driving high value revenue and profit gains, cost savings, and improved organizational sales initiatives. Stephen is a passionate advocate for the staffing and recruiting industry with a consummate desire to make a difference in reversing the negative perception of the industry and the services it provides. This involvement includes orchestrating and developing a highly recognized and respected social networking platform; ?the National Staffing & Recruiting Industry Association" - NSRIA. In addition, in 2010, DuFaux accepted a seat on the Board of Governors for the Recruiters Guild.

Recruiters Need to Follow Through

As a recruiter (whether retained, contingent, corporate, executive search, or independent), there is “No Acceptable Excuse” for not following up or following through with a candidate. By failing to do so, your actions are contributing to the further erosion of the reputation of our profession and are fueling the negative perceptions presently associated…

Recruiters Need to Follow Through

As a recruiter (whether retained, contingent, corporate, executive search, or independent), there is “No Acceptable Excuse” for not following up or following through with a candidate. By failing to do so, your actions are contributing to the further erosion of the reputation of our profession and are fueling the negative perceptions presently associated…