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Our Mission

We help businesses thrive by thoroughly appraising our clients’ unique needs and culture, becoming an extension of their companies to find them the best fit employees. 

Our Vision

To establish Corps Team Dallas as the trusted provider of best fit talent by maximizing our relationships with both our candidates and our client partners to find the perfect match, while transparently upholding our uncompromising principles and delivering top notch talent in a timely manner.

Our Values

  • Transparency
  • Accountability 
  • Integrity
  • Uncompromising principles
  • Energetic
  • Community minded
  • Empowerment of women

Our Story

Cindy Yared launched Mom Corps Dallas in January 2011 which grew into Corps Team Dallas in 2015.  After working for more than 20 years in client service and business development as a broadcast sales and marketing executive, Cindy wanted to apply her passion for improving businesses beyond just marketing. After discovering Corps Team with Mom Corps, Cindy was attracted to the concept of helping clients grow their businesses by providing high-caliber talent seeking to make meaningful contributions. Cindy has built a team of outstanding talent acquisition professionals in Dallas where their partners appreciate their honesty, transparency and the energy they put into finding the best fit candidates. 

Our Services

Corps Team was originally founded to serve professional women who wanted access to flexibility in their careers.  We grew with our partners into a firm that assists with traditional and non-traditional hiring strategies. We take pride in finding high-caliber, experienced talent that is a strong fit to your company culture thereby enabling your business to continue to meet your business objectives and realize increased sales growth and revenue.  We want you focusing on your business while we focus on finding you the talent you need to get where you want to go. 

We typically source staff to mid-senior level management in areas such as accounting, marketing, finance, sales, operations, legal and HR.  The majority of our candidates are professionals with advanced degrees and 5+ years of experience.

As a strategic business partner with our clients, we provide resource solutions that enable companies to build more productive and cost-effective teams.  Corps Team Dallas provides companies access to top-level talent, and provides rewarding, innovative work options to professionals.

We believe happy employees lead to happy customers which lead to happy profits! 

Recent Blog Posts

Take the Interview: When Hiring Working Mothers, Flexibility Is Key
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Ahead of Mother’s Day, Take the Interview spoke to two leaders in the talent acquisition space who chose to create their own paths after having children. Now successful entrepreneurs, these industry leaders reflect on what they’ve learned from motherhood, hiring, and the candidate experience.

Janine Truitt, founder and CIO of Talent Think Innovations, has a very busy life. The 10-year talent acquisition veteran and entrepreneur splits her time between taking care of her three children, growing her own business (which she says is like having another child in itself) and developing her presence as a thought leader in the industry.

“I have basically kind of tailored myself around my business and my responsibilities — I do as much as is reasonable without overfilling my plate,” Truitt said.

Truitt’s story is more common than you think, as working mothers remain a vital and growing entity in the talent pool. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 69.9 percent of women with children under the age of 18 were working in 2015 — representing around 34.2 percent of working women as a whole. That increase marks a paradigm shift since the mid-1970s, when less than 50 percent of mothers were reported in the workforce.

As the population of working mothers rises, the numbers suggest companies are moving at a slower pace when it comes to providing benefits for growing families. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, while 88 percent of workers had access to unpaid family leave in 2015, only 13 percent of workers reported access to paid family leave, with six percent reporting access to flexible workplace benefits.

“To say we’re not making some strides, we are — but we can do better,” Truitt said.

Allison O’Kelly, a successful CPA and Harvard Business M.B.A, founded Mom Corps (now Corps Team), a boutique staffing firm that helps working mothers find the right opportunities, after having kids prompted her to look for more flexibility at work.

“To me, it’s a lot less about a formal policy and more about a culture of acceptance and making people feel comfortable with them,” the CEO and mother of three said. “I started this now 12 years ago, and I think it’s honestly changed so much. Most employers these days do understand that you need to have flexibility and that in order to get good talent, there are things they need to offer.”

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