Daily we hear from our clients war stories about how they are trying to tackle the present talent shortage.
For those considering reentering the workforce or wanting to make a career change, there has never been a better time to engage in an active job search as companies are increasing flexibility, pay and benefits to attract quality talent and account for an imbalance in labor supply and demand
It is well documented that companies are struggling to hire, with some reports suggesting that over 50% of companies globally are reporting talent shortages.
With everything going on in the world right now, I am speaking to a lot of candidates who are wanting, and even expecting, to be able to work from home for the foreseeable future.
Wait, does anyone even write letters anymore? Maybe not so much, but the fact remains that thanking a person for their time is never going out of style.
At the end of the day, we can take all the precautions and think through every aspect of a decision and it still not work out. So, what if the move does not work out. You have options!
Risk versus reward analysis is a concept that permeates our everyday life and decision making. In just about everything, we evaluate the risk versus the reward
Diversity and Inclusion is one of the hottest topics in the workplace right now, but for Lisa Ong, founder of Wishing Out Loud, a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategy Consulting business, this has been her career focus for nearly 20 years.
In my 11 years of experience in executive search, where a considerable number of my clients have been private equity clients, I naturally have had this question come up time after time:
“How do I get into private equity?”
It was a long process. Numerous candidates were reviewed, screened, and interviewed, but you found the right hire, the best hire, the “it” candidate! The kicker – the candidate unfortunately has an extended start date. In my 15+ years in executive search and human resources, I have countless examples of clients that have lost their new hire to another company while waiting for that extended start date or during the two months of employment.
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