Recruitment
Overview
 
Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job
Employment
Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. An employee may be defined as:- Employee :...

. For some components of the recruitment process, mid- and large-size organizations often retain professional recruiters
Recruiter
A recruiter is someone engaging in recruitment, or the solicitation of individuals to fill jobs or positions within a corporation, nonprofit organization, sports team, the military, etc. Recruiters may work within an organization's human resources department or on an outsourced basis...

 or outsource some of the process to recruitment agencies
Employment agency
An employment agency is an organization which matches employers to employees. In all developed countries there is a publicly funded employment agency and multiple private businesses which also act as employment agencies.-Public employment agencies:...

.

The recruitment industry has four main types of agencies: employment agencies
Employment agency
An employment agency is an organization which matches employers to employees. In all developed countries there is a publicly funded employment agency and multiple private businesses which also act as employment agencies.-Public employment agencies:...

, recruitment websites and job search engines, "headhunter
Executive search
Executive search is the consultative process of recruiting individuals to fill senior executive positions in organizations. Executive search may be performed by an organization's board of directors, or by an outside executive search organization....

s" for executive and professional recruitment, and niche agencies which specialize in a particular area of staffing.
Encyclopedia
Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job
Employment
Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. An employee may be defined as:- Employee :...

. For some components of the recruitment process, mid- and large-size organizations often retain professional recruiters
Recruiter
A recruiter is someone engaging in recruitment, or the solicitation of individuals to fill jobs or positions within a corporation, nonprofit organization, sports team, the military, etc. Recruiters may work within an organization's human resources department or on an outsourced basis...

 or outsource some of the process to recruitment agencies
Employment agency
An employment agency is an organization which matches employers to employees. In all developed countries there is a publicly funded employment agency and multiple private businesses which also act as employment agencies.-Public employment agencies:...

.

The recruitment industry has four main types of agencies: employment agencies
Employment agency
An employment agency is an organization which matches employers to employees. In all developed countries there is a publicly funded employment agency and multiple private businesses which also act as employment agencies.-Public employment agencies:...

, recruitment websites and job search engines, "headhunter
Executive search
Executive search is the consultative process of recruiting individuals to fill senior executive positions in organizations. Executive search may be performed by an organization's board of directors, or by an outside executive search organization....

s" for executive and professional recruitment, and niche agencies which specialize in a particular area of staffing. Some organizations use employer branding
Employer branding
The term employer brand was first used in the early 1990s to denote an organisation’s reputation as an employer. Since then, it has become widely adopted by the global management community...

 strategy and in-house recruitment instead of agencies. Recruitment-related functions are generally carried out by an organization's human resources
Human resources
Human resources is a term used to describe the individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, although it is also applied in labor economics to, for example, business sectors or even whole nations...

 staff.

The stages in recruitment include sourcing candidates by advertising
Advertising
Advertising is a form of communication used to persuade an audience to take some action with respect to products, ideas, or services. Most commonly, the desired result is to drive consumer behavior with respect to a commercial offering, although political and ideological advertising is also common...

 or other methods, screening potential candidates using tests and/or interviews, selecting candidates based on the results of the tests and/or interviews, and on-boarding to ensure the candidate is able to fulfill their new role effectively.

Agency types

The recruitment industry is based on the goal of providing a candidate to a client for a price. On one end of the spectrum there are agencies that are paid only if they deliver a candidate that successfully stays with the client beyond the agreed probationary period. On the other end of the spectrum there are agencies that are paid a retainer to focus on a client's needs and achieve milestones in the search for the right candidate, and then again are paid a percentage of the candidate's salary when a candidate is placed and stays with the organization beyond the probationary period. Today's (march 2011) recruitment industry is fairly competitive, therefore agencies have sought out ways to differentiate themselves and add value by focusing on some area of the recruitment life cycle. Here are five types of typical agencies.

Traditional agency

Also known as employment agencies
Employment agency
An employment agency is an organization which matches employers to employees. In all developed countries there is a publicly funded employment agency and multiple private businesses which also act as employment agencies.-Public employment agencies:...

, recruitment agencies have historically had a physical location. A candidate visits a local branch for a short interview and an assessment before being taken onto the agency’s books. Recruitment consultants then work to match their pool of candidates to their clients' open positions. Suitable candidates are short-listed and put forward for an interview with potential employers on a contract or direct basis.

Compensation to agencies take several forms, the most popular are:
  • A contingency fee paid by the company when a recommended candidate accepts a job with the client company (typically 20%-30% based and calculated on the candidates first-year base salary (though fees as low as 12.5% can be found online, and which usually has some form of guarantee (30–90 days standard), should the candidate fail to perform and is terminated within a set period of time (refundable fully or prorated).
  • An advance payment
    Advance payment
    An advance payment, or simply an advance, is the part of a contractually due sum that is paid in advance for goods or services, while the balance included in the invoice will only follow the delivery. It is called a prepaid expense in accrual accounting.-See also:*Advance against royalties*Pay or...

     that serves as a retainer
    Retainer agreement
    A retainer agreement is a work for hire contract. It falls between a one-time contract and full-time employment. Its distinguishing feature is that the employer pays in advance for work to be specified later...

    , also paid by the company, non-refundable paid in full depending on outcome and success (e.g. 40% up front, 30% in 90 days and the remainder once a search is completed). This form of compensation is generally reserved for high level executive search/headhunters
  • Hourly Compensation for temporary workers and projects. A pre-negotiated hourly fee, in which the agency is paid and pays the applicant as a consultant for services as a third party. Many contracts allow a consultant to transition to a full-time status upon completion of a certain number of hours with or without a conversion fee.

Headhunters

A "headhunter
Executive search
Executive search is the consultative process of recruiting individuals to fill senior executive positions in organizations. Executive search may be performed by an organization's board of directors, or by an outside executive search organization....

" is an industry term for a third-party recruiter who seeks out candidates often when normal recruitment efforts have failed. Headhunters are generally considered more aggressive than in-house recruiters or may have pre-existing industry experience and contacts. They may use advanced sales techniques such as initially posing as clients to gather employee contacts as well as visiting candidate offices. They may also purchase expensive lists of names and job titles but more often will generate their own lists. They may arrange a meeting or a formal interview between their client and the candidate and will usually prepare the candidate for the interview, help negotiate the salary and conduct closure to the search. They are frequently members in good standing of industry trade groups and associations. Headhunters will often attend trade shows and other meetings nationally or even internationally that may be attended by potential candidates and hiring managers.

Headhunters are typically small operations that make high margins on candidate placements (sometimes more than 30% of the candidate’s annual compensation). Due to their higher costs, headhunters are usually employed to fill senior management and executive level roles. Headhunters are also used to recruit very specialized individuals; for example, in some fields, such as emerging scientific research areas, there may only be a handful of top-level professionals who are active in the field. In this case, since there are so few qualified candidates, it makes more sense to directly recruit them one-by-one, rather than advertise internationally for candidates. While in-house recruiters tend to attract candidates for specific jobs, headhunters will attract both candidates and actively seek them out as well. To do so, they may network, cultivate relationships with various companies, maintain large databases, purchase company directories or candidate lists and cold call
Cold calling
Cold calling is the marketing process of approaching prospective customers or clients, typically via telephone, who were not expecting such an interaction...

 prospective recruits.

Headhunters are increasingly using social media
Social media
The term Social Media refers to the use of web-based and mobile technologies to turn communication into an interactive dialogue. Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein define social media as "a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0,...

 to find and research candidates. This approach is often called social recruiting
Social recruiting
Social recruiting is a contested term. It is a concept at the intersection of recruitment and the embryonic field of social media. There are several terms used interchangeably including social hiring, social recruitment and social media recruitment....

.

Niche recruiters

Specialized recruiters exist to seek staff with a very narrow specialty. Because of their focus, these firms can very often produce superior results due to their ability to channel all of their resources into networking for a very specific skill set. This specialization in staffing allows them to offer more jobs for their specific demographic which in turn attracts more specialized candidates from that specific demographic over time building large proprietary databases. These niche firms tend to be more focused on building ongoing relationships with their candidates as is very common the same candidates are placed many times throughout their careers. Niche firms also develop knowledge on specific employment trends within their industry of focus (e.g. The energy industry) and are able to identify demographic shifts such as aging and its impact on the industry.

Social recruiting

Social recruiting is the use of social media for recruiting

Employee referral

A employee referral program is a system where existing employees recommend prospective candidates for the job offered, and if the suggested candidate is hired, the employee who referred receives a cash bonus.

In some cases the Organization provides the Employee referral bonus only if the referred employee stays with the organization for stipulated time duration (most cases 3 - 6 months). Referral bonus depends on the grade of the referred employee, higher the grade higher the bonus however the method is not used for senior level hiring.

In-house recruitment

Under pressure to reduce costs, both large- and medium-sized employers tend to undertake their own in-house recruitment, using their human resources
Human resources
Human resources is a term used to describe the individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, although it is also applied in labor economics to, for example, business sectors or even whole nations...

 department, front-line hiring managers and recruitment personnel who handle targeted functions and populations. In addition to coordinating with the agencies mentioned above, in-house recruiters may advertise job vacancies on their own websites, coordinate internal employee referrals, work with external associations, trade groups and/or focus on campus graduate recruitment
Graduate recruitment
Graduate recruitment or campus recruitment refers to the process whereby employers undertake an organised program of attracting and hiring students who are about to graduate from schools, colleges and universities....

. Some large employers choose to outsource all or some of their recruitment process (recruitment process outsourcing
Recruitment Process Outsourcing
Recruitment Process Outsourcing is a form of business process outsourcing where an employer outsources or transfers all or part of its recruitment activities to an external service provider....

) however a much more common approach is for employers to introduce referral schemes where employees are encouraged to source new staff from within their own network.

Executive research firms and passive candidate sourcing firms

These firms are the new hybrid firms in the recruitment world able to combine the research aspects (discovering passive candidates) of recruiting and combine them with the ability to make hires for their clients. These firms provide competitive passive candidate intelligence to support companies' recruiting efforts. Normally they will generate varying degrees of candidate information from those people currently engaged in the position a company is looking to fill. These firms usually charge a daily rate or fixed fee. Executive research can help companies uncover names that cannot be found through traditional recruitment methods and will allow human resource managers and internal recruiters more time to deal with face to face interviews.

Job analysis

The proper start to a recruitment effort is to perform a job analysis
Job analysis
Job analysis is the process of describing and recording aspects of jobs and specifying the skills and other requirements necessary to perform the job.-Purpose:...

, to document the actual or intended requirement of the job to be performed. This information is captured in a job description
Job description
A job description is a list that a person might use for general tasks, or functions, and responsibilities of a position. It may often include to whom the position reports, specifications such as the qualifications or skills needed by the person in the job, or a salary range...

 and provides the recruitment effort with the boundaries and objectives of the search. Oftentimes a company will have job descriptions that represent a historical collection of tasks performed in the past. These job descriptions need to be reviewed or updated prior to a recruitment effort to reflect present day requirements. Starting a recruitment with an accurate job analysis and job description ensures the recruitment effort starts off on a proper track for success.

Sourcing

Sourcing
Sourcing (personnel)
Sourcing in personnel management work refers to the identification and uncovering of candidates through proactive recruiting techniques.- Historical context :...

 involves 1) advertising
Advertising
Advertising is a form of communication used to persuade an audience to take some action with respect to products, ideas, or services. Most commonly, the desired result is to drive consumer behavior with respect to a commercial offering, although political and ideological advertising is also common...

, a common part of the recruiting process, often encompassing multiple media, such as the Internet, general newspapers, job ad newspapers, professional publications, window advertisements, job centers, and campus graduate recruitment programs; and 2) recruitment research, which is the proactive identification of passive candidates who are happy in their current positions and are not actively looking to move companies. This initial research for so-called passive candidates, also called name generation, results in a contact information of potential candidates who can then be contacted discreetly to be screened and approached on behalf of an executive search firm or corporate client (see below).

Screening and selection

Suitability for a job
Job (role)
A job is a regular activity performed in exchange for payment. A person usually begins a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, or starting a business. The duration of a job may range from an hour to a lifetime . If a person is trained for a certain type of job, they may have a profession...

 is typically assessed by looking for skills, e.g. communication, typing
Typing
Typing is the process of inputting text into a device, such as a typewriter, cell phone, computer, or a calculator, by pressing keys on a keyboard. It can be distinguished from other means of input, such as the use of pointing devices like the computer mouse, and text input via speech...

, and computer skills. Qualifications may be shown through résumé
Résumé
A résumé is a document used by individuals to present their background and skillsets. Résumés can be used for a variety of reasons but most often to secure new employment. A typical résumé contains a summary of relevant job experience and education...

s, job application
Application for employment
An application for employment, job application, or application form is a form or collection of forms that an individual seeking employment, called an applicant, must fill out as part of the process of informing an employer of the applicant's availability and desire to be employed, and persuading...

s, interviews
Job interview
A job interview is a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in their company, organization, or firm. During this process, the employer hopes to determine whether or not the applicant is suitable for the job.-Role:A job interview typically...

, educational or professional experience, the testimony of references, or in-house testing, such as for software knowledge, typing skills, numeracy
Numeracy
Numeracy is the ability to reason with numbers and other mathematical concepts. A numerically literate person can manage and respond to the mathematical demands of life...

, and literacy
Literacy
Literacy has traditionally been described as the ability to read for knowledge, write coherently and think critically about printed material.Literacy represents the lifelong, intellectual process of gaining meaning from print...

, through psychological tests or employment testing
Employment testing
Employment testing is the practice of administering written, oral or other tests as a means of determining the suitability or desirability of a job applicant...

. Other resume screening
Screening Resumes
Screening resumes is the process of sorting resumes to disqualify candidates using successively more detailed examinations of the resumes. The objective is to locate the most qualified candidates for an open job...

 criteria may include length of service, job titles and length of time at a job. In some countries, employers are legally mandated to provide equal opportunity
Equal opportunity
Equal opportunity, or equality of opportunity, is a controversial political concept; and an important informal decision-making standard without a precise definition involving fair choices within the public sphere...

 in hiring.
Business management software is used by many recruitment agencies to automate the testing process. Many recruiters and agencies are using an applicant tracking system
Applicant tracking system
An applicant tracking system is a software application that enables the electronic handling of recruitment needs. An ATS can be implemented on an enterprise or small business level, depending on the needs of the company...

 to perform many of the filtering tasks, along with software tools for psychometric testing.

Lateral hiring

"Lateral hiring" refers to a form of recruiting; the term is used with two different, almost opposite meanings. In one meaning, the hiring organization targets employees of another, similar organization, possibly luring them with a better salary and the promise of better career opportunities. An example is the recruiting of a partner of a law firm
Law firm
A law firm is a business entity formed by one or more lawyers to engage in the practice of law. The primary service rendered by a law firm is to advise clients about their legal rights and responsibilities, and to represent clients in civil or criminal cases, business transactions, and other...

 by another law firm. The new lateral hire then has specific applicable expertise and can make a running start in the new job. In some professional branches such lateral hiring was traditionally frowned upon, but the practice has become increasingly more common. An employee's contract may have a non-compete clause
Non-compete clause
A non-compete clause , or covenant not to compete , is a term used in contract law under which one party agrees not to pursue a similar profession or trade in competition against another party . As a contract provision, a CNC is bound by traditional contract requirements including the...

 preventing such lateral hiring.

In another meaning, a lateral hire is a newly hired employee who has no prior specific applicable expertise for the new job, and for whom this job move is a radical change of career. An example is the recruiting of a university professor to become chairman of the board of a company
Board of directors
A board of directors is a body of elected or appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of a company or organization. Other names include board of governors, board of managers, board of regents, board of trustees, and board of visitors...

.

Onboarding

"Onboarding
Onboarding
Onboarding, also known as organizational socialization, refers to the mechanism through which new employees acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and behaviors to become effective organizational members and insiders...

" is a term which describes the process of helping new employees become productive members of an organization. A well-planned introduction helps new employees become fully operational quickly and is often integrated with a new company and environment. Onboarding is included in the recruitment process for retention purposes. Many companies have onboarding campaigns in hopes to retain top talent that is new to the company; campaigns may last anywhere from 1 week to 6 months.

Internet recruitment and websites

Such sites have two main features: job boards and a résumé
Résumé
A résumé is a document used by individuals to present their background and skillsets. Résumés can be used for a variety of reasons but most often to secure new employment. A typical résumé contains a summary of relevant job experience and education...

/curriculum vitae (CV) database. Job boards allow member companies to post job vacancies. Alternatively, candidates can upload a résumé to be included in searches by member companies. Fees are charged for job postings and access to search resumes. Since the late 1990s, the recruitment website has evolved to encompass end-to-end recruitment. Websites capture candidate details and then pool them in client accessed candidate management interfaces (also online). Key players in this sector provide e-recruitment software and services to organizations of all sizes and within numerous industry sectors, who want to e-enable entirely or partly their recruitment process in order to improve business performance.

The online software provided by those who specialize in online recruitment helps organizations attract, test, recruit, employ and retain quality staff with a minimal amount of administration. Online recruitment websites can be very helpful to find candidates that are very actively looking for work and post their resumes online, but they will not attract the "passive" candidates who might respond favorably to an opportunity that is presented to them through other means. Also, some candidates who are actively looking to change jobs are hesitant to put their resumes on the job boards, for fear that their companies, co-workers, customers or others might see their resumes.

Job search engines

The emergence of meta-search engines allows job-seekers to search across multiple websites. Some of these new search engines index and list the advertisements of traditional job boards. These sites tend to aim for providing a "one-stop shop" for job-seekers. However, there are many other job search engines which index solely from employers' websites, choosing to bypass traditional job boards entirely. These vertical search
Vertical search
A vertical search engine, as distinct from a general web search engine, focuses on a specific segment of online content. The vertical content area may be based on topicality, media type, or genre of content. Common verticals include shopping, the automotive industry, legal information, medical...

 engines allow job-seekers to find new positions that may not be advertised on traditional job boards, and online recruitment websites.

See also

  • Applicant Tracking System
    Applicant tracking system
    An applicant tracking system is a software application that enables the electronic handling of recruitment needs. An ATS can be implemented on an enterprise or small business level, depending on the needs of the company...

  • Candidate Submittal
    Candidate submittal
    Candidate Submittal is an alternative recruitment process offered by companies whereby the candidate submittal agency provides 'coaching' for the job seeker with respect to his/her job application. With candidate submittal, the job seeker usually sources their own prospective job opportunity...

  • Firing
    Firing
    Dismissal is the termination of employment by an employer against the will of the employee. Though such a decision can be made by an employer for a variety of reasons, ranging from an economic downturn to performance-related problems on the part of the employee, being fired has a strong stigma in...

  • Human resource management
    Human resource management
    Human Resource Management is the management of an organization's employees. While human resource management is sometimes referred to as a "soft" management skill, effective practice within an organization requires a strategic focus to ensure that people resources can facilitate the achievement of...

  • Human resources
    Human resources
    Human resources is a term used to describe the individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, although it is also applied in labor economics to, for example, business sectors or even whole nations...

  • Job search
  • Onboarding
    Onboarding
    Onboarding, also known as organizational socialization, refers to the mechanism through which new employees acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and behaviors to become effective organizational members and insiders...

  • Personality-Job Fit Theory
    Personality-Job Fit Theory
    The personality–job fit theory assumes that examining a person's personality will give insight into their adaptability in an organization. Basically, how well they will fit in and work...

  • Recruitment process outsourcing
    Recruitment Process Outsourcing
    Recruitment Process Outsourcing is a form of business process outsourcing where an employer outsources or transfers all or part of its recruitment activities to an external service provider....

  • Sourcing (personnel)
    Sourcing (personnel)
    Sourcing in personnel management work refers to the identification and uncovering of candidates through proactive recruiting techniques.- Historical context :...

  • Trends in pre-employment screening
    Trends in pre-employment screening
    A number of companies publish annual research into pre-employment screening, applicant fraud and its effect on business.- The market :Larger companies are more likely to outsource than their smaller counterparts – the average staff size of the companies who outsource is 3,313 compared to 2,162 for...


Recruiting Companies

  • Adecco
    Adecco
    Adecco S.A. is a human resources company, based in Glattbrugg near Zurich, Switzerland. Adecco employs 700,000 temporary workers and contractors who are supplied to business clients, and has over 32,000 employees and 5,500 offices in 60 countries and territories around the world...

  • Adva Recruit
  • Arithon
    Arithon
    Arithon is a Recruitment software provider in the UK & Ireland. It is headquartered in London.The name Arithon comes from the name of the Greek God of Computing of the same name....

  • AIMS International
    AIMS International
    - Naming and history :In 1993 AIMS was founded by Alain Nervet , Carlos F. Ordás , Gerd-Peter Rohde , Kurt Schindler and Rod Evans...

  • Association of Executive Search Consultants
    Association of Executive Search Consultants
    The Association of Executive Search Consultants is the worldwide professional body representing the retained executive search industry. Founded in 1959 in the United States, it is today a global organization with its international headquarters in New York City, and a European office in Brussels.-...

  • Computer Futures
  • Egon Zehnder International
    Egon Zehnder International
    Egon Zehnder International is a global executive search firm. With revenues of 605m USD in 2010, it ranks as one of the top five executive search firms in the world....

  • Gary Kaplan & Associates
    Gary Kaplan & Associates
    Gary Kaplan & Associates is an executive search firm founded in 1985 by Gary Kaplan in Pasadena, California. By 2008 the firm had expanded its operations nationwide, with associates working on both the west and east coasts...

  • Kelly Services
    Kelly Services
    Kelly Services, Inc. is a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Troy, Michigan, offering services that include temporary staffing services, outsourcing, vendor on-site and full-time placement.Kelly operates in 37 countries and territories...

  • Korn/Ferry
    Korn/Ferry
    Korn/Ferry International, headquartered in Los Angeles, is the world's largest executive search firm, and the largest publicly-traded search firm in the United States, with 76 offices in North America, Europe, Asia/Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East and South Africa. Since the firm's...

  • Michael Page International
    Michael Page International
    Michael Page International plc is a leading British-based recruitment business. It is headquartered in Weybridge, Surrey and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.-History:...

  • Nels Olson
    Nels Olson
    Nels Olson is Managing Director and Partner of the CEO and Board Services practice at Korn/Ferry. He has been appointed to the 2009 Directorship 100 and participated in more than 350 placements...

  • Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
    Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
    The Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group is an executive search firm.The company's president, Laura Gassner Otting, is author of Change Your Career: Transitioning to the Nonprofit Sector -References:...

  • R. William Funk & Associates
    R. William Funk & Associates
    R. William Funk & Associates, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is an executive search firm, specializing in higher education. Privately owned, R. William Funk and Associates works with universities on searches for positions such as President, Chancellor, Vice President, Provost, and Dean.The firm...

  • Raines International
    Raines International
    Raines International Inc. , headquartered in New York, is a premier retained executive search firm serving Fortune 500 companies, Private Equity, and Non-Profit clients. The firm was founded in 1969 by Bruce R...

  • Randstad Holding
    Randstad Holding
    Randstad Holding N.V. is an international company offering temporary staffing and HR services. Randstad was founded in the Netherlands in 1960 by Frits Goldschmeding and operates in around 40 countries. In 2010, the company achieved a turnover of €14.2 billion and a net profit of €288.5 million...

  • Recruit
    Recruit (company)
    Recruit Co., Ltd. is a classified advertisement, publication and human resources company in Japan, founded in 1963 originally as an advertisement company specialized in university newspapers.-Overview:...

  • Rosenzweig & Company
    Rosenzweig & Company
    Rosenzweig & Company is an executive recruitment firm known for its attention to corporate workforce diversity. The firm, founded August 1, 2004, by Jay Rosenzweig, now has international partners in Toronto, New York, Calgary, Los Angeles and Mumbai....

  • Talent Zoo
    Talent Zoo
    Talent Zoo is an alternative employment and recruitment website pertaining to the communications industry, serving the advertising, marketing, public relations, digital media, and social media markets. Talent Zoo also publishes original articles and blogs pertaining to the communications industry,...

  • The Amrop Hever Group
    The Amrop Hever Group
    Amrop is one of the world’s largest partnerships of independent and entrepreneurial executive search companies...

  • Transearch International
    Transearch International
    TRANSEARCH International is one of the leading executive search organisations in the world. Headquartered in Europe, they have representation in The Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Executive Recruiter News currently rates the firm as the 10th largest global executive search...

  • Treeline, Inc.
    Treeline, Inc.
    Treeline, Inc. is a privately-held executive search firm based in Wakefield, Massachusetts, that focuses exclusively on sales.Founded by Daniel S. Fantasia in 2001, Treeline, Inc. offers direct-hire contingency-based placement services, retained services and sales-focused professional services...

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