Chelsea Partners

OVERVIEW

Chelsea Partners was founded in January 2015 to provide a diverse client base with a range of human capital advisory services across industry sectors, functions and geographies, including executive and board recruiting; management and board assessment; executive coaching; executive outplacement; employment contract development, evaluation and negotiation; succession planning; and human capital advisory consulting.

Founded by respected executive recruiter, Andy Knox, Chelsea Partners offers clients over 30 years of executive recruiting experience. Chelsea Partners has established itself as a leading boutique recruitment and advisory firm with a client base that is geographically diverse and spans industry sectors.

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Chelsea Partners and Reffett Associates Place USA Swimming CEO

Chelsea Partners and Reffett Associates have assisted USA Swimming in selecting Timothy Hinchey as its president and CEO. He becomes the organization’s third leader, replacing the late Chuck Wielgus. The search was led by Andy Knox, managing director at Los Angeles-based Chelsea Partners, and Bill Reffett, managing partner at Reffett Associates in Seattle. The USA Swimming shootout was

Unemployment Rate Falls to 16-Year Low

Employers added 138,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate fell to 4.3 percent, the lowest since 2001, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. During the month, the number of workers unemployed dropped to 6.9 million. May marked the 78th straight month of job growth in the U.S. Economists polled by Reuters had

Job Seekers Divided On Future Job Prospects

Finding a new job can be tough, and it’s been even tougher this year, according to almost half (46 percent) of the employees surveyed for the “2017 Job Seeker Nation Study,” recently released by recruiting software firm Jobvite. But that’s hardly the entire story. In many ways, how well people fare in their job search

U.S. Job Growth Machine Cranks On

Employers added 211,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate fell to 4.4 percent, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. During the month, the number of workers unemployed also dropped to 7.1 million. April marked the 77th straight month of job growth in the U.S. Economists had widely expected the number

Employers Report Strongest Q2 Hiring Outlook In 10 Years

Forty five percent of U.S. employers plan to hire full-time, permanent employees in the second quarter – a significant jump from 34 percent last year and the highest percentage for the quarter dating back to 2007, according to CareerBuilder‘s latest forecast. Temporary hiring is also expected to experience a double-digit boost year-over-year with nearly half of