Salveson Stetson Group is a retained, multi-specialty executive search firm that helps organizations find senior executives who match their precise needs and culture.
With both national and global capability, the firm works across multiple functions and industries managing searches for:
In addition, Salveson Stetson Group has deep experience and networks in several industry sectors, with particular strengths in:
The firm was founded in 1996 by John Salveson and Sally Stetson, two highly respected human resources consultants who believed they had a better model for a search firm – one that considered cultural fit as carefully as it did experience. Under their leadership, Salveson Stetson Group has managed hundreds of searches for leading organizations in a variety of industries.
When you need an executive who is not only exceptionally qualified, but also fits your organizational culture, Salveson Stetson Group is ready to help.
Salveson Stetson Group is a member of IIC Partners, the eighth largest executive search organization in the world made up of 51 offices in 34 countries. With local market knowledge, industry expertise and global reach, IIC Partners offers Salveson Stetson Group’s clients access to an international pool of talent and increased search capabilities.
While executives at a well-regarded outplacement consulting firm during the summer of 1996, John Salveson and Sally Stetson spotted an industry weakness. They noticed that while many executive search firms did a fine job of recruiting candidates, few took more than a passing glance at corporate culture – the very personalities, procedures and idiosyncrasies that make each organization unique.
With a firm belief that it takes more than just a good resume to succeed as an executive, the two outplaced themselves, and founded Salveson Stetson Group, Inc. (SSG).
SSG brings an entirely new approach to retained executive search, focusing on corporate culture and assimilation as well as candidates’ qualifications. Each assignment has a clear goal: to strengthen the client’s company for the long term by helping it attract, select, develop and retain high-quality members of senior management.
Salveson Stetson Group, Inc. has a family of nationally known retained executive search practices and a first-class system and staff to support aggressive, successful searches. These practices are designed to serve clients in the most effective and efficient manner, with professionals across disciplines working collaboratively to resolve any issues or matters.
Executives have reported a significant reluctance to consider new career opportunities, with over 60 percent stating they would not consider a career move during the current global pandemic crisis, according to a new report by Salveson Stetson Group. Over 95 percent of the executives surveyed were employed. While the results were not surprising, they have
It’s important to recruit executives that possess the right qualities to steer organizations through uncharted waters. The best leaders have a strong portfolio of future-oriented and change-ready skills that enable them to keep responding to fluctuating market demands. “We have had the opportunity to work on hundreds of searches over the years and during that time, we
Executive recruiters are in hot pursuit of chief human resource officers and other senior-level HR leaders across the nation. Why such pent-up demand for top flight HR experts? Corporate leaders want HR leaders who are sophisticated, proactive and strategic-minded, with strong business savvy to drive their people capabilities like they would a P&L, according to
Only 50 percent of chief human resources officers believe that their companies have a ready-now successor should they leave their job, according to a new survey of almost 400 CHROs and HR leaders by Salveson Stetson Group, a Hunt Scanlon Media Ranked Top 50 Healthcare and Life Sciences search firm. While eight out of 10 of those
(July 15, 2020) In a survey of 545 Director, S/VP, and C-suite executives, only 27% of respondents indicated they would be willing to relocate for a new job. The survey was conducted by Salveson Stetson Group (SSG), a multi-specialty retained executive search firm in Philadelphia. “The results, while not completely surprising, show that the pandemic
(June 24, 2020) In a survey of 545 Director, S/VP, and C-suite executives, respondents reported a significant reluctance to consider new career opportunities with over 60% stating that they would not consider a career move through the current health crisis. Over 95% of executives surveyed are currently employed. Salveson Stetson Group (SSG), a multi-specialty retained
(June 23, 2020) In a survey of 111 senior Human Resources professionals, nearly 42% of HR leaders reported that up to one-half of their workforce will continue to work remotely indefinitely after the pandemic, five times more than were doing so before the COVID-19 crisis hit. Salveson Stetson Group, a multi-specialty retained executive search firm
(June 17, 2020) Salveson Stetson Group, a multi-specialty retained executive search firm, announced today that it has been named to Forbes’ list of America’s Best Executive Recruiting Firms for the fourth consecutive year. This year, the firm was ranked 19th among the top 200 firms that place executives in positions with at least $100,000 in
(Jan. 13, 2020) Salveson Stetson Group, a retained executive search firm based in Radnor, PA, released its 2019 Compensation survey findings, stating for the tenth consecutive year, senior executives who changed jobs received double-digit compensation increases. Executives placed by Salveson Stetson Group during the 2019 calendar year averaged an increase in cash compensation of more
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