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Milliner & Associates:

Focused, Experienced, Responsive

We are a specialized staffing agency that focuses on the placement of Temporary, Temp-to-Hire and Direct Hire professionals in the areas of Accounting, Finance, Administrative and Human Resources.

Our success stems from our team of tenured, executive recruiters and staffing managers who have first-hand experience in the fields of our specialization.  We have our fingers on the pulse on the ever changing marketplace, and are best positioned to deliver the results you need - whether to fill a specific position or advance your professional career. 

We are committed to building lasting relationships with our customers - beginning with an honest and upfront assessment  to determine whether we are the right firm for your needs.

To get started, CONTACT US, or call (317) 218-1195.

4181 E. 96th Street Ste 120
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Phone: 317-218-1195
Fax: 317-218-1199

What Others Say:
Easy Breezy! Rich is very helpful. He always greets me with a kind word and ready to 'work' for me.
How We're Different
We understand that it takes more than a fancy web site to earn your business.
July 23, 2015
Being an intern on a team of recruiting professionals has definitely allowed me to take advantage of opportunities to learn about local companies, but also to meet area professionals in the field that I am so passionate about. As I continue to develop my resume and career path, I am continually finding that I am able to further affirm how powerful it can be to develop a strong and talented network, but also an online presence ��" especially when it becomes time to job search. I now understand that while it may be uncomfortable at first, showing the audacity to step up and offer fellowship to someone with higher credentials often times offers a much greater impression to the upper-echelon. Recently I have noticed all the networking that my internship supervisor engages in on a daily basis. Though she often encourages me to reach out to individuals who would make a great connection for me with my current job search, she has allowed me to take my time with the process as I pick-and-choose which individuals I want to extend a hand to. This past week I have been exercising the practice of reaching out to others who hold higher positions much more than I ever have. And I must say, I have no regrets for acting in this courageous way. Each individual that I have reached out to has responded with an open mind, willing to share a conversation of one topic or another. If I would have known how easy this is years ago, my network would be twice the size it is now. With that said, I think networking is made easier with the help of networking events and social networking sites. Though we've all heard examples of when these sites have hurt a job candidate's opportunity to secure an interview or job position, I have found that utilizing these sites the right way usually promotes the online presence of the job seeker more often than not. SOCIAL NETWORKING: It goes much further than having a profile for each of the most common social media sites. I think every recent college grad my age has at least one profile available for all to see on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn. But I notice that many that don't actually have profiles on professional sites, or have accounts that are utilized for professional means. A LinkedIn profile, for me, has come a long way. I remember creating my profile years ago, as a freshman at Ball State. I initially developed my profile making it as complete as possible, but thinking that I needed a ton of connections to make sure my profile would be seen. I was hesitant to accept connections that I was unfamiliar with, but often times considered them as future job opportunities. What good are connections that you don't know though? I think it's very easy to identify those profiles that have hundreds of contacts - so many contacts that the exact number of contacts doesn't even appear. Instead of an actual number, the profile displays something like "500+." In reality, it doesn't matter if you have a million connections. If those connections aren't helping share your professional progress and image, they're a waste of space on your profile. LinkedIn has helped me tremendously helped me to develop my professional network, and I'm happy to share that I know all of my connections. As I continue to develop my career as a young professional in HR, I think my argument will continue to press. Back in high school and early college, I remember hearing the word "network" as if it were my first name. I recall the reluctance that I had back then, and I am now regretting it because of my current enjoyment for it. If you're like I once was, find the courage to reach your hand out to connect with someone in a role that you're interested in. What's the worst that could happen? Best of luck!