|"Privatize the Problem"|
|Founded||February 3, 2014 by Bradford Durand|
Prime Personnel is a recruiting company owned by Bradford Durand. Prime Personnel seeks to privatize recruitment, providing a private-sector method for recruiting and increasing membership. Government purchases for members are encouraged, as are private businesses (seeking to get employees or more customers), and political parties (wanting to grow in members).
We guarantee active, involved, and educated members. Members we recruit will continue to be involved, educated, and active for at least six months. Recruits are delivered within two weeks from contract. If any recruit of ours lets down on any of our guarantees, your money back in full!
One Recruit: ∇125 (+∇15 recruitment incentive from the government)
Two Recruits: ∇245 (+∇30 recruitment incentive from the government)
Specific Recruit: This is someone who is recruited for a specific purpose (for a political/governmental position, for employ by a company, specific political view, specific experience, etc.), as they require a specific and refined skill set, price varies between ∇150 - ∇400 (+∇30 recruitment incentive from the government).
We sell insurance to help you out in the case of a membership downturn. It can help you recover or escape the negative economic and societal effects of a membership decline.
Basic Insurance: If membership falls below 30 members for over a month, you will receive ∇150. Price is ∇8/month. Purchase for an entire year for ∇85!
Our Recruitment RecordEdit
|Progressive Party||∇90 + ∇30 TDN||Delivered on 3.19.14 (1 day after contract)||"Progressive who could serve as either Senator or Administrative Liaison sometime within the next two months. Election doesn't have to be guaranteed (as obviously you cannot do that), only that they would be an active, educated, and involved Executive if elected. We do not want to train him and we want him to enter the branch with enough knowledge to be able to get to work right away."||Charles Sessions||✓|
|Ehtya Trust||∇40 + ∇30 TDN||Delivered on 3.26.14 (5 days after contract)||General Recruit||Adelyn Ewart||✓|
|Department of Naturalization||∇50 + ∇30 TDN||Delivered on 4.16.14 (11 days after contract)||General Recruit||Howard Coleson||✓|
|Ehtya Trust||∇80 + ∇35 TDN||Delivered on 6.13.14 (day of contract)||Recruit who will seek political office||Emanuel Curesse||✓|
|John Brayer||∇100 + ∇35 TDN||Delivered on 7.1.14 (day of contract)||Libertarian recruit who will seek political office in the Executive Branch||Pevolt Levici||✓|
|Ehtya Trust||∇180 + ∇15 TDN||Delivered 1.10.15 (1 day after contract)||Establishment recruit who will seek political office and involvement, entertain business ventures||Robert Osman||✓|
|Department of Naturalization||∇120 + ∇15 TDN||Delivered 7.15.15 (7 days after contract)||Recruit who will be employed by the government||Sarah Regnier|
|Ehtya Trust||∇150 + ∇15 TDN||Delivered 9.7.15 (3 days after contract)||Conservative recruit with political aspirations in the Administration||Collin Steil|
|Progressive Party||∇250 + ∇15 TDN||Delivered 12.27.15 (9 days after contract)||Progressive recruit with political aspirations in the Executive Branch||William Curesse|
|Progressive Party||∇190 + ∇15 TDN||Delivered 12.29.15 (11 days after contract)||Progressive recruit with political aspirations in the Administration||Jordan Pascrell|
|Ehtya Trust||∇210 + ∇15 TDN||Delivered 12.29.15 (11 days after contract)||Union recruit with political aspirations in the Executive Branch||Victor Hurst|