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Chief Risk Officers Coming

Jeremy King, president of the security headhunting firm Benchmark Executive Search, told the corporate news website Hunt Scanlon he’s witnessed a growing need for companies to include a chief risk officer to help fend off cyberattacks. “The chief risk officer will be the most in-demand position over the next five years – a single leader

Media Company for Executive Search Ramps Up Web Presence

Few media companies retained their market shares once the internet disrupted business at the turn of the century. Headquartered in Greenwich is an outlier, Hunt Scanlon Media. Founded in 1988, Hunt Scanlon is the brainchild of its co-founders Chris Hunt and Scott Scanlon. Its goals and services have evolved, but the firm’s ability to adapt

Hunt Scanlon Media Launches Enhanced Website for Recruiters & Talent Acquisition Leaders

Hunt Scanlon Media, the most widely referenced global news source in the human capital sector, today announced the launch of its enhanced new website. Significant upgrades have been made to the company’s desktop and mobile platforms and all of its news feeds are now optimized via Google News. “Today marks a new beginning for us,”

Is Your Organisation Ready to Combat “Talent Poaching”?

Amid the high global talent shortage, if you notice more competitors eyeing your C-suite level talent, you’re not alone. According to a recent talent retention survey by Marlin Hawk and Hunt Scanlon Media, more than a quarter (27%) of U.S businesses are experiencing a marked increase in talent raids at the C-suite level. While only

U.S. Companies Unequipped to Prevent C-Level Talent Poaching

US firms are lacking serious retention strategies to keep hold of their most precocious C-suite talent. Worse still, many of them are seemingly nonplussed about crafting a plan to shoo away potential suitors looking to raid their C-level talent. A talent retention study of close to 400 HR professionals that was conducted by Marlin Hawk,

Survey Finds Talent Poaching Rampant, and Often Uncontested, Across Business Spectrum

A quarter of U.S. businesses are experiencing a marked increase in talent raids at the C-suite level, yet most are unprepared to combat this “poaching” of their most capable people. This is a key finding from a talent retention survey of nearly 400 human resources professionals conducted recently by Marlin Hawk, a global leadership advisory

CEO Headhunters Unite: Diversified Adds BioQuest of California

Philadelphia-based executive headhunter Diversified Search has acquired San Francisco-based BioQuest, which focuses on finding bosses for life-sciences companies. With $37.5 million in yearly sales prior to the acquisition, Diversified is the ninth-largest executive search firm in the U.S., Hunt Scanlon Media says here. BioQuest will boost sales about 10 percent, Diversified says. BioQuest owner and founder

Costs Soar for Presidential Searches at State-Owned Universities

Taxpayers and students at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities have paid more than $1.5 million during the past six years for a continuous series of searches culminating in the hiring of 12 university presidents and one system chancellor. And the tab is still running. A presidential search under way at West Chester University, the largest school

Hunt Scanlon Media Launches Industry Media Center

Hunt Scanlon Media today announces that it has launched the Industry Media Center (IMC), a newly-developed service designed to help companies, academic institutions, non-profit organizations and other entities with their human capital and talent acquisition needs. As a real-time, high touch product, the IMC allows end users to research and conduct in-depth due diligence on

The 27 Best HR Analytics Articles of 2016

Can you believe we are already six months into 2016? The first half of my year has seen me speaking at and chairing people analytics conferences in San Francisco, Amsterdam, London, Sydney and New York. My travels have confirmed that: i) some great work is being done in the people analytics space, ii) interest in the

UK – Executive Search Firms Could See a Crisis Due to Brexit

According to Hunt Scanlon Media, there’s a crisis slowly unfolding at executive search firms across London due to the UK’s decision to leave the EU. The crisis is most notable among firms within the financial services sector and as many as 100,000 finance positions could be gone within a year, as the sector reels from

Crains Chi

Brexit Billables: Good for Lawyers, Bad for Headhunters

Brexit fallout is making winners and losers among Chicago’s professional service firms, with lawyers chasing new work and recruiter Heidrick & Struggles International trading at its lowest price in a year. The executive search firm, which brought in $531.1 million in revenue last year, closed at $16.96 a share on Friday. Shares were trading at

On The Move: Adam Shapiro

Adam R. Shapiro, of Stamford, has been named director of marketing and brand development by Greenwich-based Hunt Scanlon Media. Mr. Shapiro will be responsible for implementing marketing initiatives including campaigns to promote Hunt Scanlon’s line of human capital studies, trade publications and all digital and e-media market intelligence platforms. Mr. Shapiro will also work closely

Search Firms Proving to be Power Brokers in College Sports

Pitt athletic director Scott Barnes knew what he wanted in a men’s basketball coach. He just didn’t know who. When former coach Jamie Dixon departed for Texas Christian University three days after the Panthers lost to Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament, Barnes shifted into overdrive in searching for a replacement. Five days later, he hired

Chicago Tribune

Executive Recruiter Helps Retailers Keep Up With Industry Changes

As a partner at an executive search firm who specializes in retail, Catherine Lepard has seen the sector rocked by the rise of e-commerce and the emergence of customers who want to choose how they shop, get purchases faster than ever and still get a good deal. That might make it a tough time to be

Korn Ferry Settles Lawsuit Over Executive’s Firing

Korn/Ferry International, the world’s biggest executive-search firm, has quietly settled a bitter and salacious legal feud over its firing of a high-level executive. In a lawsuit brought last year, Robert A. Damon, Korn/Ferry’s former executive chairman of the Americas, alleged the firm dismissed him for complaints he made to board members about Chief ExecutiveGary Burnison’s

Hunt Scanlon Releases Top 20 Cybersecurity Recruiter Rankings

Hunt Scanlon Media, a global market research provider focused on executive search and C-suite hiring, today released its first-ever ranking of cybersecurity recruiting specialists. Twenty leading search firms were inducted into Hunt Scanlon’s inaugural ‘Cyber 20’ based on market reputation and dedication to finding best-in-class cybersecurity leaders. The ranking can be found in the company’s

Hunt Scanlon Releases Cybersecurity Recruiter Rankings

Hunt Scanlon Media, a global market research provider focused on executive search and C-suite hiring, today released its first-ever ranking of cybersecurity recruiting specialists. Twenty leading search firms were inducted into Hunt Scanlon’s inaugural ‘Cyber 20’ based on market reputation and dedication to finding best-in-class cybersecurity leaders. The ranking can be found in the company’s

The Problem With Recruiting Top Financial Talent In a World of Rising Wealth

A number of high-level, forward thinking planning meetings took place this summer at Credit Suisse Group. The results of that top-to-bottom review process will be presented to the bank’s board in just a few weeks. All indications point to a massive strategic overhaul: Credit Suisse will likely sell its U.S. private bank and scale back

Crains Chi

This Headhunter is on the Prowl

Twice this year Chicago-based headhunter DHR International has made a play for another recruiting firm, a growth strategy that runs counter to current trends in the executive search industry. Though M&A frenzy has gripped local law and accounting firms in recent years, executive search has remained fever-free. Experts say the industry largely is split between

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Press Coverage

Chief Risk Officers Coming

Jeremy King, president of the security headhunting firm Benchmark Executive Search, told the corporate news website Hunt Scanlon he’s witnessed a growing need for companies to include a chief risk officer to help fend off cyberattacks. “The chief risk officer will be the most in-demand position over the next five years – a single leader

Media Company for Executive Search Ramps Up Web Presence

Few media companies retained their market shares once the internet disrupted business at the turn of the century. Headquartered in Greenwich is an outlier, Hunt Scanlon Media. Founded in 1988, Hunt Scanlon is the brainchild of its co-founders Chris Hunt and Scott Scanlon. Its goals and services have evolved, but the firm’s ability to adapt

Hunt Scanlon Media Launches Enhanced Website for Recruiters & Talent Acquisition Leaders

Hunt Scanlon Media, the most widely referenced global news source in the human capital sector, today announced the launch of its enhanced new website. Significant upgrades have been made to the company’s desktop and mobile platforms and all of its news feeds are now optimized via Google News. “Today marks a new beginning for us,”

Is Your Organisation Ready to Combat “Talent Poaching”?

Amid the high global talent shortage, if you notice more competitors eyeing your C-suite level talent, you’re not alone. According to a recent talent retention survey by Marlin Hawk and Hunt Scanlon Media, more than a quarter (27%) of U.S businesses are experiencing a marked increase in talent raids at the C-suite level. While only

U.S. Companies Unequipped to Prevent C-Level Talent Poaching

US firms are lacking serious retention strategies to keep hold of their most precocious C-suite talent. Worse still, many of them are seemingly nonplussed about crafting a plan to shoo away potential suitors looking to raid their C-level talent. A talent retention study of close to 400 HR professionals that was conducted by Marlin Hawk,

Survey Finds Talent Poaching Rampant, and Often Uncontested, Across Business Spectrum

A quarter of U.S. businesses are experiencing a marked increase in talent raids at the C-suite level, yet most are unprepared to combat this “poaching” of their most capable people. This is a key finding from a talent retention survey of nearly 400 human resources professionals conducted recently by Marlin Hawk, a global leadership advisory

CEO Headhunters Unite: Diversified Adds BioQuest of California

Philadelphia-based executive headhunter Diversified Search has acquired San Francisco-based BioQuest, which focuses on finding bosses for life-sciences companies. With $37.5 million in yearly sales prior to the acquisition, Diversified is the ninth-largest executive search firm in the U.S., Hunt Scanlon Media says here. BioQuest will boost sales about 10 percent, Diversified says. BioQuest owner and founder

Costs Soar for Presidential Searches at State-Owned Universities

Taxpayers and students at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities have paid more than $1.5 million during the past six years for a continuous series of searches culminating in the hiring of 12 university presidents and one system chancellor. And the tab is still running. A presidential search under way at West Chester University, the largest school

Hunt Scanlon Media Launches Industry Media Center

Hunt Scanlon Media today announces that it has launched the Industry Media Center (IMC), a newly-developed service designed to help companies, academic institutions, non-profit organizations and other entities with their human capital and talent acquisition needs. As a real-time, high touch product, the IMC allows end users to research and conduct in-depth due diligence on

The 27 Best HR Analytics Articles of 2016

Can you believe we are already six months into 2016? The first half of my year has seen me speaking at and chairing people analytics conferences in San Francisco, Amsterdam, London, Sydney and New York. My travels have confirmed that: i) some great work is being done in the people analytics space, ii) interest in the

UK – Executive Search Firms Could See a Crisis Due to Brexit

According to Hunt Scanlon Media, there’s a crisis slowly unfolding at executive search firms across London due to the UK’s decision to leave the EU. The crisis is most notable among firms within the financial services sector and as many as 100,000 finance positions could be gone within a year, as the sector reels from

Crains Chi

Brexit Billables: Good for Lawyers, Bad for Headhunters

Brexit fallout is making winners and losers among Chicago’s professional service firms, with lawyers chasing new work and recruiter Heidrick & Struggles International trading at its lowest price in a year. The executive search firm, which brought in $531.1 million in revenue last year, closed at $16.96 a share on Friday. Shares were trading at

On The Move: Adam Shapiro

Adam R. Shapiro, of Stamford, has been named director of marketing and brand development by Greenwich-based Hunt Scanlon Media. Mr. Shapiro will be responsible for implementing marketing initiatives including campaigns to promote Hunt Scanlon’s line of human capital studies, trade publications and all digital and e-media market intelligence platforms. Mr. Shapiro will also work closely

Search Firms Proving to be Power Brokers in College Sports

Pitt athletic director Scott Barnes knew what he wanted in a men’s basketball coach. He just didn’t know who. When former coach Jamie Dixon departed for Texas Christian University three days after the Panthers lost to Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament, Barnes shifted into overdrive in searching for a replacement. Five days later, he hired

Chicago Tribune

Executive Recruiter Helps Retailers Keep Up With Industry Changes

As a partner at an executive search firm who specializes in retail, Catherine Lepard has seen the sector rocked by the rise of e-commerce and the emergence of customers who want to choose how they shop, get purchases faster than ever and still get a good deal. That might make it a tough time to be

Korn Ferry Settles Lawsuit Over Executive’s Firing

Korn/Ferry International, the world’s biggest executive-search firm, has quietly settled a bitter and salacious legal feud over its firing of a high-level executive. In a lawsuit brought last year, Robert A. Damon, Korn/Ferry’s former executive chairman of the Americas, alleged the firm dismissed him for complaints he made to board members about Chief ExecutiveGary Burnison’s

Hunt Scanlon Releases Top 20 Cybersecurity Recruiter Rankings

Hunt Scanlon Media, a global market research provider focused on executive search and C-suite hiring, today released its first-ever ranking of cybersecurity recruiting specialists. Twenty leading search firms were inducted into Hunt Scanlon’s inaugural ‘Cyber 20’ based on market reputation and dedication to finding best-in-class cybersecurity leaders. The ranking can be found in the company’s

Hunt Scanlon Releases Cybersecurity Recruiter Rankings

Hunt Scanlon Media, a global market research provider focused on executive search and C-suite hiring, today released its first-ever ranking of cybersecurity recruiting specialists. Twenty leading search firms were inducted into Hunt Scanlon’s inaugural ‘Cyber 20’ based on market reputation and dedication to finding best-in-class cybersecurity leaders. The ranking can be found in the company’s

The Problem With Recruiting Top Financial Talent In a World of Rising Wealth

A number of high-level, forward thinking planning meetings took place this summer at Credit Suisse Group. The results of that top-to-bottom review process will be presented to the bank’s board in just a few weeks. All indications point to a massive strategic overhaul: Credit Suisse will likely sell its U.S. private bank and scale back

Crains Chi

This Headhunter is on the Prowl

Twice this year Chicago-based headhunter DHR International has made a play for another recruiting firm, a growth strategy that runs counter to current trends in the executive search industry. Though M&A frenzy has gripped local law and accounting firms in recent years, executive search has remained fever-free. Experts say the industry largely is split between

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