Horton International is a global retained executive search firm with more than 40 offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Horton International has the global resources and local-market expertise to help clients attract and retain the most qualified professionals.
We provide outstanding consultative advice that helps organizations achieve their strategic staffing objectives. Our executive search services are exacting, timely and highly effective, and are specifically designed to help clients achieve their business goals.
Horton International serves clients with honesty and professionalism, and we are committed to maintaining the highest standard of integrity and business ethics.
Our in-depth relationships among Horton International consultants across the globe is one of our key foundations and why we can successfully handle and deliver top class services to our clients all over the world. This networking mindset is crucial for us to be close to the information we require to give the right advice and find the very best candidates.
Horton International works in close tandem with our clients’ internal staffing organizations and line managers. We offer reliable, effective solutions to recruiting and resourcing challenges for a diverse range of organizations, from small, privately held start-ups to leading Global corporations.
The Horton International team of consultants have a wealth of knowledge and experience. With more than 40 offices globally, the firm provides the geographic knowledge, as well as industry and discipline expertise, to find and place the right candidates.
Its team has trusted experience in finding the highest-caliber talent equipped to deliver outstanding results in an ever-changing world. The team takes care in finding individuals who possess a passion for implementing innovative strategies and solutions.
Horton International works in close tandem with clients’ internal staffing organizations and line managers. The firm offers reliable, effective solutions to recruiting and resourcing challenges for a diverse range of organizations, ranging from small, privately-held startups to Global 2000 corporations.
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(November 16, 2022) Maneesh Ajmani, Chairman of the leading global executive search firm Horton International, welcomed partners to the organisation’s first in-person global conference since the pandemic. Held in Dubai, the conference was designed around a highly fitting theme: Building To Last. “So much has transpired over these past two years, in our personal lives
(November 01, 2022) Meet Quiet Quitting’s Total Opposite: The FatFIRE Movement It’s no secret that the FIRE movement, which stands for Financially Independent Retire Early, is growing rapidly. FIRE is a series of lifestyle movements with slightly different aims and rules, but FATFire specifically refers to the practice of creating a big nest egg in
(October 24, 2022) Workplace burnout is a real and growing concern for employers. It’s not a new problem, either: the term “burnout” was first used in the medical field in the 1960s. In recent years this phenomenon has received more attention as people have become more open to speaking about their lived experiences and personal
(October 19, 2022) The Benefit Of Micro-Breaks To Combat Burnout Burnout is a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It can happen to anyone and is most common in people who are overworked or working in a stressful environment for an extended period of time. Taking a holiday
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In this brand new episode of ‘Talent Talks,’ Hunt Scanlon Media host Rob Adams is joined by Andreas Wartenberg, managing partner and chairman of the board for Horton International. In this exclusive podcast, Mr. Wartenberg examines the best post-pandemic exit strategies to achieve optimal success. He also reflects on why this month might be the