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Sand Search Partners, Ltd.
Sandok graduated from Syracuse University College of Law and has practiced as a commercial litigator in New York and Minnesota.
Sandberg and Sandok offer candidates and clients a confidential and informed search process. They work closely with employers to gain a thorough understanding of individual needs and ultimately present employers with a qualified candidate who will successfully fit in with the personality of the hiring firm or company.
Sand Search Partners believes strongly in being available to answer questions or discuss employment situations with clients but will never abuse the relationship by bombarding clients with sales calls. The firm will, however, present clients with valuable candidates and a placement guarantee.
For candidates, Sand Search Partners offers services that can simplify the job hunt process, thus eliminating unnecessary stress for the candidate. Recruiters provide candidates with key information on any position that presents itself, including pay, performance expectations, culture, and hiring processes.
Like clients, job candidates who work with Sand Search Partners are also regarded as professionals and treated with honesty and respect. The firm's recruiters maintain open lines of communication with candidates and respond to all inquiries in a timely manner.
Sand Search Partners selects a new charity to receive a percentage of its gross revenue each year. For 2011, the firm has chosen Children's HeartLink, an organization that collaborates with healthcare providers to provide sustainable pediatric cardiac services to those in underserved areas.
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