Cochran, Cochran & Yale
CCY is a full-service executive search and leadership advisory firm, providing custom-fit services to address virtually any workplace performance need. Through our proprietary Plan, Attract, Develop, and Retain business model, we create tailored human capital solutions for our clients.
Over the past 40 years, CCY has developed a successful track record of understanding marketplace trends through our proprietary processes and proactive partnership approach. Our success begins with our team of search professionals, consisting of individuals with real-world experience, who understand the specific nuances and HR challenges within their respective focus areas.
Any recruiter can fill an opening. At CCY, we have a holistic approach to human capital management. Our focus extends beyond clients’ hiring needs to address any workplace issues that may affect success. We’ve developed a full suite of services to effectively support both large industry and small start-up employers throughout the entire human capital life cycle. Featured services include:
- Executive & Professional Search-Core Business
- Recruitment Outsourcing
- Management Consulting
- Diversity & Inclusion Consulting/Training
- HR Consulting
- Cultural Evaluations
- Leadership Development
- Individual & Team Performance Management
- Career Coaching
- Strategic Testing & Assessments
- Career Transition Services
Armed with our proprietary processes and outstanding team, we’re able to accurately identify the specific factors that contribute to organizational success and performance optimization across virtually all industries. But don’t take our word for it – our track record speaks for itself! With retention rates exceeding 93% after four years, our results are unmatched in the industry.
Many challenges face today’s workforce leadership, including issues related to millennial talent management, generational divides, and workplace harassment, to name a few. In today’s marketplace, retention and employee satisfaction are critical to organizational stability and growth. Our services are custom-designed to not only identify and attract top talent for our clients, but also to provide extensive onboarding and ongoing leadership development for every employee. We don’t just help our clients make a hire; we help our clients make the right hire, guaranteed.
RECENTLY COMPLETED SEARCHES
Sales: — VP Business Development, Medina — Claims Recovery Financial Systems VP Sales & Marketing, Ithaca — Salient (software analytics) VP Enterprise Sales — Vnomics Finance: — CAO — Gatehouse Media/New Investment Media Group CFO — BCC Software (PE Owned) Director of Internal Audit — Moog HR: — CHRO — Gatehouse Media/New Investment Media Group CHRO — GW Lisk CHRO — Superior Plus Energy CHRO — Five Star Bank Operations: — COO — Caldwell Mfg President — GW Lisk General Manager — Ernest Products, Sanford, FL IT: — CIO — Rochester Drug Co-op CIO — Claims Recovery Financial Systems Legal: — Assistant General Counsel — Par Technology Attorney — LSI Non-Profit: — CEO — Rochester Regional Healthcare Association CFO — Rochester Museum and Science Center CEO — Cradle Beach Academic/High Education: — Director of Financial Aid/Admissions — University of Rochester Brand/Marketing Director — Rochester Institute of Technology Chief Information Officer — Keuka College Hospitality: — GM/COO — Oak Hill Country Club GM — Monroe Golf Club GM — Brook-Lea Country Club
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