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Why Hire an Executive Recruiter for Your Cannabis Business
Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Feb 5, 2019 5:05:49 PM

Best Practices in Executive Recruiting

The hiring process can be lengthy and intensive at all levels – it can be even more strenuous when identifying and recruiting for executive positions. With higher-level positions, there is an increased degree of difficulty that demands more attention and care, making the process more time-consuming and stressful.

Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Nov 13, 2018 9:45:48 AM

Why You Should Treat Candidates as Customers

The recruitment process can be stressful for both company and candidate. Although most focus on candidate behavior, companies should also treat their candidates well during the interview process.

Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Aug 24, 2018 10:14:10 AM

Executive Search in the Cannabis Industry

A new treatment derived from the cannabis plant is showing promise for a host of health problems, and is thus getting a lot of attention from entrepreneurs and investors who are excited about its potential to bring in $16 billion in revenue in 2020.

Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Jun 11, 2018 7:16:25 PM

What to Consider When Hiring an Executive Search Firm [Checklist Included]

Your company is considering engaging with an executive search firm to help you find your next COO (Chief Operating Officer).  With so many firms from which to choose, how do you find the one that will best serve your needs?

Posted by Adam Kaplan on May 10, 2018 10:35:03 AM

How Executive Search Firms Work for Their Clients

Recently, a friend from college asked me if I could describe the value of executive search firms. She is currently looking for her next COO, but she’s 60 days into the search, and no ideal candidates have applied for the position.

Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Mar 12, 2018 11:18:21 AM

Five Tips to Close Your Top Candidates

Finding qualified candidates for open positions in the strong job market we find ourselves in today can be challenging.  At the management and key hire level, the number of open positions is far greater than the number of qualified candidates, who may be hesitant to switch jobs when they’re feeling secure and being paid well.   As a result, once top candidates are identified, employers must be able to target, cultivate and then close them in a timely manner.

Posted by Adam Kaplan on Jan 31, 2016 7:52:05 PM

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