Radancy, formerly known as TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC is an independent technology company that provides SaaS for recruitment and talent acquisition. Headquartered in New York City, the company has 14 offices in the United States, as well as international locations in Brazil, Canada, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, India and Singapore.
In 1967, Andrew McKelvey founded Telephone Marketing Programs, a directional marketing company, focused on Yellow Pages advertising. In 1993, McKelvey partnered with recruitment advertising innovator Don Tendler, formerly of Davis & Dorand, to launch and grow a recruitment division for TMP. In 1995 TMP's recruitment division acquired The Monster Board and Online Career Center. TMP Worldwide went public in 1996 and its career websites grew and eventually merged as Monster.com in 1999.
TMP Worldwide was officially renamed Monster Worldwide in 2003, with Monster and TMP Worldwide as sister divisions. The former eResourcing and Executive Search divisions of TMP also spun off to create Hudson Highland Group. The Yellow Pages directional marketing division was sold in 2005.
On August 31, 2006 TMP Worldwide senior management and VSS Mezzanine Partners, purchased the assets of TMP Worldwide Advertising and Communications from Monster Worldwide. In September 2007, TMP acquired UK-based People in Business Limited, an employer brand consultancy firm.
Highest paying job titles at TMP Worldwide include Account Director, Software Engineer, and DevOps Engineer