About Us

Navigating for the future requires strategic human resource executives who can partner with your leadership team and guide your company. Finding the right leader begins with identifying your unique needs and conducting an extensive search of the talent to lead your organization

Specializing in HR Executive Recruitment, Mirador Talent Consulting is invested in your long-term success.

Specializing in HR executive recruiting, Mirador Talent Consulting is focused on identifying and engaging strategic human resource leaders who will enable your organization to meet and exceed business goals. Our mission is to create a long-term partnership that delivers real value by supporting your short and long-term success.

Executive Recruitment

Our partnership begins with developing a clear understanding of your business direction and the ideal candidate profile required to achieve and surpass your business goals. Recognizing the role of diversity in establishing an engaging culture, we work to make sure that a diverse slate of candidates is a central part of the process. Learn more: https://www.miradortalent.com/executive-recruitment.php

Executive Community

Our Executive Continuity process is focused on understanding your critical leadership needs and developing a long-term approach to talent identification, engagement, and recruitment. Learn more: https://www.miradortalent.com/executive-continuity.php

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We are invested in our clients and have built a recruitment model tied to your long-term success. Our goal is to build a partnership, beginning with developing an in-depth understanding of your business strategy and the talent required to achieve desired results.

Solutions And Expertise

Your long-term success is the core principle that guides our firm. Our primary focus is to help you achieve your business goals by identifying top leaders who will develop and drive innovative business strategies.

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News Briefings

U.S. Labor Dept. Delivers Springtime Gut Punch

Employment fell by 20.5 million last month as the U.S. unemployment rate rose to 14.7 percent low, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report released this morning. The changes in these measures reflect the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and efforts to contain it. The number of unemployed currently stands at 23.1 million.