#FindneticsSocialShowdown: Meet the Winner, Ethel Mary Adriano!

We are pleased and excited to introduce you all to Ethel Mary Adriano from C4 Staffing, our amazing #findneticssocialshowdown contest winner!
In celebration of this achievement, we had the opportunity to interview Ethel to gain insight into her exceptional journey and experiences as a recruiter.

Findnetics: Hello Ethel! We are elated to have you as our contest winner.

Ethel: “I am so happy about this and proud to say that I am with C4 Staffing LLC.

Tell us about yourself and what got you into the recruiting field.

I’ve always been fascinated by the intricate dynamics of human interaction and the art of matching the right talent with the right opportunities. My journey into the recruitment field started as a Healthcare Recruiter during the pandemic. It stemmed from a blend of my innate curiosity about people and my passion for helping others unlock their full potential. Whether it’s identifying a candidate’s unique strengths or understanding a company’s culture to ensure a perfect fit, I find immense satisfaction in facilitating connections that lead to mutual growth and success. It’s this blend of empathy, strategic thinking, and the thrill of making meaningful matches that continues to drive my enthusiasm for recruitment every day. I studied Nursing myself; however, I couldn’t finish my 3rd year 2nd semester because I got pregnant in ’08. My daughter is 16 years old now and dreams of becoming a Successful Surgeon someday. I still hope that one day, I’ll be able to raise enough funds to go back to nursing school.

Is there a particular aspect of your journey or experience you’d like us to highlight?

Throughout my journey, I’ve focused on understanding the unique needs and aspirations of both candidates and employers. By leveraging advanced algorithms and insights from diverse data sources, I strive to facilitate meaningful connections that benefit both parties. This commitment to empathy and efficiency sets me apart as a recruiter, ensuring a positive experience for all stakeholders involved.

Do you have any quotes or thoughts you’d like to share with our audience?

In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.’ – Abraham Lincoln.”

We fully agree with this sentiment. It reminds us that life’s value lies not in its length but in how we live it. It underscores the need for quality over quantity, urging us to maximize our time, follow our passions, and treasure every moment.

Is there a message you would like to share with the readers?

To our healthcare professionals and healthcare recruiters: Your dedication saves lives and transforms futures. You bring comfort to the afflicted, strength to the weary, and healing to the broken. Your expertise saves lives, your kindness brings solace, and your empathy brings light to the darkest of days. You are not just healers; you are angels in scrubs, guardians of health, and pillars of strength. Know that your sacrifices do not go unnoticed or unappreciated. You inspire us with your unwavering dedication, your unwavering commitment, and your unwavering compassion. In a world that often feels chaotic and uncertain, you are the steady hands, the compassionate hearts, and the guiding lights that lead us through. As you continue to selflessly serve on the frontlines of healthcare, remember that you are cherished, valued, and deeply respected. Your work is not just a profession; it is a calling—a calling to make a difference, to bring healing, and to touch lives in profound ways. Thank you for all that you do today and every day. Your courage, sacrifice, and compassion make the world a better place. You are the true heroes, and your legacy of kindness and care will forever be remembered and cherished.

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We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Ethel Mary Adriano on her outstanding achievement! Our conversation with her has highlighted her passion and dedication to her role as a recruiter and her resilience in the face of challenges. Her journey inspires many in the field.


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