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July 25, 2012
Chapin, S.C. – Pangea Human Capital Solutions, a product of General Information Services, Inc. (GIS), has made Workforce Management's E-Recruiting Providers Hot List for the second year in a row.
The annual listing features some of the most innovative companies in the human capital solutions business.
"We strive to be the trendsetter in the human capital industry," said Albert Bueno, president of GIS. "Receiving this recognition for a second consecutive year helps to validate our recent efforts in talent acquisition and onboarding innovation."
Pangea, known historically for its compliance capabilities, is becoming a front-runner in the onboarding sector, offering much needed onboarding automation and much requested new hire surveying capabilities.
This does not mean that Pangea has left compliance behind. Instead, GIS is combining its compliance knowledge with onboarding capabilities in Pangea, offering credential verification dashboards, Form I-9 capabilities and E-Verify compliance as one of the first E-Verify designated agents.
GIS, which has been providing background screening services since 1966, broke onto the e-recruitment scene in 2008. The Pangea Human Capital Solutions Platform is the SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) framework upon which GIS has built the Pangea Talent Acquisition Suite, Pangea Onboarding and a variety of other industry specific talent acquisition, onboarding, candidate management and credential management offerings. All are available pre-integrated with other GIS offerings, such as tax credit screening and GIS' flagship offering of background screening solutions.
About General Information Services, Inc. (GIS)
GIS has been providing services since 1966 and serves thousands of customers nationwide, from small business to Fortune 100 companies, by providing comprehensive talent acquisition, onboarding, background screening and industry specific services. Between its headquarters in Chapin, S.C. and the Western Operations Center in Dallas, Texas, GIS currently employs over 600 people.