Partnering closely with clients means we’re able to combine our experience and best practices to deliver solutions that bring the right candidates through the door and improve your bottom line. We’d love to know everything about you so we can do anything for you. So, if there’s an open desk at your place, we’d love to take it for a day.
That’s not as easy as it looks. We have to ask the tough questions. Why someone comes into work. What they look for in a colleague. What it takes to be successful somewhere. We find places to tell your story — from job boards to billboards, live videos to postcards. Our cost-effective, highly-integrated strategies will compel your dream candidates while repelling poor fits.
Logo and Identity
Brand Book and Guidelines
Content and Tone
Brochures and Collateral
Web, SEO/SEM and Analytics
Video and Motion Graphics
The Arland Group began out of opportunity. We wanted to do what the big guys weren’t. To combine authentic employer brands with integrated recruitment strategy. To connect companies with people and people with careers. To give clients the service and solutions they need, not what’s trending at the time. And, to have fun doing it. Things have changed in those 12 years, but we’re stronger than ever. And, we’re creatures of habit — there are some things we won’t budge on: listening to our clients, learning from one another and leading the way for all.
President and CEO
Office: 314-241-0232 ext. 112 | Cell: 317-340-5656
She has a solid track record of delivering branding and talent attraction strategies that produce results. Her client list is impressive and includes brands such as Edward Jones, American Airlines, Parker, La Quinta, Luxottica, Cintas, Brink's and Nationwide.
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Dog or Cat Person: Oh man, this is difficult. I grew up with cats my whole life, and I love my calico Moxie, but I received a Shi-a-poo, Arnie, and a Malte-poo, Rocco, for my birthdays 9 and 8 years ago, respectively, and they have been life changing!
Hobby: I love spinning and lifting weights, traveling to new places and cooking for and entertaining family and friends.
Favorite Beverage: I love Tito’s and tonic or a nice bold cabernet.
Favorite Movie: ET the Extraterrestrial has always been my favorite movie!
Best Career Advice You Ever Received?: Don’t ever show up to a meeting complaining about something unless you can offer up a solution to the problem.
Favorite travel spots: I am on the road so much for work that my favorite place to travel to is home, but when I travel for fun I love Mexico, the Caribbean or anywhere warm with a beach!
Who's your hero: My mom, who passed away, was my hero my whole life. She moved to the U.S. from Japan in 1957 when there were still strong feelings of hatred toward the Japanese. At only 20 years of age, with only about 10 English words in her vocabulary and one dime in her pocket, she made the move from Tobato City, Japan, to Turner Air Force Base in Albany, Georgia, with my father, who was a Master Sergeant in the Air Force. She was immediately a victim of racial discrimination because of her dark skin but held her head high and laughed off the terrible names that people yelled at her whenever she was in public. And while she lacked formal education and money, she had more common sense, determination and drive than any person I have ever met. She taught all of her kids that we could do whatever we wanted to do with our lives and never made me think that I was limited to my choices based on my gender. I am who I am today because of the example my mom showed us daily.
Fun Fact: I'm half Japanese and grew up wearing zoris year-round. To this day I would rather wear flip-flops than any other shoe, and there must be significant snow on the ground for me to wear socks.
Vice President of Operations and Client Success
Phone: 314-241-0232 ext. 107
As an agency recruiter, Stephanie excelled at spotting talent in a niche market for some of the world’s largest aerospace companies. One of her biggest responsibilities was spearheading a recruitment campaign in London, England, and Warsaw, Poland, for Boeing’s aerospace engineers.
On the corporate side, Stephanie and her team established the foundation for all talent attraction efforts, including implementing employer brand reputation monitoring, targeted advertising, social recruitment, the careers website redesign, the employee referral program and more. Stephanie has overseen numerous external partners and recruitment media vendors.
Zodiac Sign: I’m every bit a Leo.
Dog or Cat Person:: 100 percent dog! I have an Australian Shephard-Collie Mix named Basil, and she is such a lover. I’ve always been a dog person, in fact, I even have a puppy paw print tattoo on my foot.
Hobby: Self-indulgence. When I'm not changing my kids’ diapers and cleaning spit up off the couch, I want all the food, massages and pedicures.
Favorite Beverage: I have developed a fierce Dr. Pepper obsession lately, but if I am hanging out with friends or family, I love a good wheat beer like Boulevard Wheat.
Favorite Travel Spots:: I have three: Breckenridge, CO; Huatulco, Mexico; Bora Bora, French Polynesia. Traveling is one of my most favorite things to do. I love seeing the world and experiencing things outside of my hometown.
Fun Fact: "Perfect" has 7 letters and so does “meeeeee.” Kidding! I am the type of person who is working extra hard to see the funny in everything. Life is too short to get mad about things that don’t really matter. One of my ongoing goals is to be more easy-going and to stop sweating the small stuff.
Jessy Dyson, MBA
Account Management Team Lead
Phone: 314-241-0232 ext. 102
Jessy began in social media strategy and created award-winning content before transitioning her focus to overarching talent attraction strategy and relationship-building in account management. She has worked with brands such as Edward Jones, Stryker, La Quinta, Brink's and Nationwide.
Zodiac Sign: Leo (proud of it!)
Dog or Cat Person: Dog. If you’re a cat person, you just need to meet my dog, Emma.
Hobby: Dancing, choreographing and teaching dance. I also love movies and watching the St. Louis Cardinals.
Favorite Beverage: Non-alcoholic: I drink water all day. | Alcoholic: White wine, especially Moscato (don’t judge my sweet tooth) and Prosecco.
Favorite Movie: When Harry Met Sally and Star Wars
Best career advice you ever received: Stay curious about everything and don’t be afraid to share your opinion or idea, no matter how much more experienced others are in the room.
Who's your hero: I have a lot of respect for many real-life strong women, but my fictional hero is Leslie Knope.
Fun Fact: My mom, dad, sister and I all share the same middle name.
Phone: 314-241-0232 ext. 103
He will strategize ideas for branding, advertising campaigns and marketing messages by analyzing new trends in the industry. Utilizing his project management skills, he strives to stay on task, managing the creative timeline and having great communication with your TAG team on every project. Tom isn’t satisfied until his team has produced a top-notch product that shouts your brand from the mountaintops.
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Dog or Cat Person: A dog that can fetch (balls or beers).
Hobby: Anything sports related: softball, basketball, hockey. I love staying active outdoors. I also coach my son’s baseball team.
Favorite Beverage: Non-alcoholic: Lemonade Vitamin Water | Alcoholic: Any 4 Hands Craft Beer
Favorite Movie: As a youth: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. As an adult: Anchorman.
Best career advice you ever received: “If you ain’t first, you’re last.” – Ricky Bobby
Who's your hero: My hard-headed, Italian mama. She showed me what hard work and dedication looks like at a young age; while taking care of five kids. She amazes me to this day, from being the backbone of our family to achieving so much professionally.
Fun Fact: My alter-ego, Mullet Man, is known throughout the vast hills and tributaries of Southern Missouri.
May 1, 2018
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