Rand Thompson Consultants
Rand Thompson Consultants, founded in 1982, is a specialized executive recruiting and consulting firm, providing unique, value-added services to our clients in Investment and Corporate Banking, Asset Management, Private Equity, Hedge Funds, Investment Research, Insurance, Legal, Wealth Management and Capital Markets. Our expertise and observable distinction are the spectrum of candidate profiles we introduce to evolving and emerging businesses.
We excel at helping clients find the right candidates for their long-term evolving needs, in addition to considering the value of ‘outside the box’ professionals. Helping match our clients’ hiring needs to the career arc of the candidates whose careers we’ve followed for years is executive recruiting that blends science and art. We strive to understand our clients’ culture in order to represent candidates who are committed to the organization’s philosophy and mission with the goal of a long and prosperous association for both parties.
Your executive recruiting partner can be critical to the continued growth and success of your organization.
We are eager to be your partner.
HUNT SCANLON NEWSWIRE BRIEFINGS
Global recruiter Ward Howell International has launched a private equity search practice which includes partners Asad Haider, Hank Flores, John Pothin, Mark Bradley and Sonia Prais. Collectively, the team has experience in consumer, industrial, technology, energy, luxury and Omni channel retail businesses. Mr. Flores is a partner at Ward Howell, where he co-leads the CPG practice for the
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Three quarters of those surveyed recently said it is unlikely they would accept a job offer if they were treated poorly during the recruiting experience, even if they felt the role was a good fit, according to a new report by Korn Ferry. But look at this: more than half (56 percent) said it is
Eighty two percent of potential employees are often frustrated with an overly automated job search experience, according to a new study by Randstad US. The survey, which examined job seekers’ perceptions, attitudes and expectations of the job search process, revealed that while most candidates find value in technology, they are stymied when it supersedes the human aspect