Strategic Talent Acquisition with Bottom Line Results
Nancie Whitehouse founded Whitehouse Advisors LLC, a leading talent acquisition consulting firm, in 2005, with a mission to teach companies the strategies and processes to attract outstanding leaders.
Whitehouse Advisors counsels C-Suite executives and Hiring Managers to increase their success rate with recruitment and retention tactics to positively impact their bottom line. These practices work for companies of any stage and across industries, and are tailored to their specific needs and challenges.
Whitehouse Advisors differentiators:
Nancie’s unique professional experience spans many years in three sectors:
At Whitehouse Advisors LLC, we focus on services that help companies develop more effective strategies to recruit and retain senior executives and build a strong leadership team. Because we have no ties to any search firm or other vendor and accept no fees for any recommendations we make, Whitehouse Advisors brings an unbiased perspective to each project.
Whitehouse Advisors reviews your total recruitment approach, from global hiring procedures and onboarding through measurement, succession planning and future leadership requirements, to identify your key talent acquisition strengths and weaknesses. At the same time, through interviews with current and past candidates, your internal stakeholders and your search partners, we gather insights from those who have had first-hand experience with your recruitment process and its results.
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