Elissa Krajcer departs Talent Transfer after five months

elissa_krajcerDigital recruiter Elissa Krajcer has exited recruitment firm Talent Transfer after just  five months as director.

Krajcer’s arrival in August last year was not without controversy when she declared that she had left her previous company – FBI Recruitment – to work “with people who get” digital. She has now started her own agency because she believes the market now wants integrated staff rather than digital specialists.

She previously lasted three months at FBI, a firm that had hired her after a global search.

Prior to FBI, she had a seven month stint at ICUR.

Bart Jawien, director of Talent Transfer, told Mumbrella: “Unfortunately, due to a 2012 restructure, Elissa Krajcer, whom I hired to head up our talent pillar, exited the business last Friday.”

Krajcer told Mumbrella: “2011 was the year that I made bad professional decisions for myself. I’m only human and I’ve made mistakes. 2012 is about looking after me and controlling my own destiny. ”

She said had launched her own recruitment firm, TTL Talent.

She added: “Agencies are no longer asking for full service digital talent. They want integrated, through the line staff.”

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Krajcer and Jawien in happier times


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