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It is an understatement to say we’re in a tight labor market. As the economy continues to expand, the labor market will tighten further, and it won’t just be getting harder in the hunt for hourly folk, but at all levels reaching even into the C-suite. Restaurants, hospitality, and retail organizations will be devoting an ever-increasing amount of capital and energy to attract the best people at all levels in a market where the candidates are in the driver’s seat.
In the efforts to put strategies into action that will not only attract candidates but increase engagement with existing team members, top-level executive leadership and vision will be more important than ever. It is a perfect storm. Your organization requires better executive candidates than ever before, and those candidates are harder than ever to find. That’s where we come in.
A highly capable executive search firm team is most needed when the search is tough. It’s our job to provide your organization with the quality of candidates you must have to achieve increased performance. In order to do this, we expose proven candidates to opportunities they find are better suited to their capabilities and expectations than what they are currently doing. In any executive search, both the client and the candidate must be winners, or the deal doesn’t happen. In a well-done search, the win/win deal is facilitated by the recruiter asking the right questions to both the client and the candidate and making an accurate determination of fit prior to the candidate being presented. By doing this the potential for a productive conversation to both sides is maximized and the search is completed in a timely manner. This is what we do, and we look forward to working with your organization in the near future.
All the best,
Contact Tom Rollert at email@example.com or (801) 695-7741
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