Indeed.com Wins Best Job Search Site
Indeed.com took top honors among job search sites in a holiday poll over at Lifehacker. The straightforward search site ranked no. 1--Monster, Careerbuilder, LinkedIn, HotJobs and Craigslist rounded out the top six.
Lifehacker says of the site: "Indeed isn't a full-service job search site where you post your resume and hope for calls from employers, but if you know what kind of work you're looking for, its impressive meta-search (complete with email alerts and RSS feeds) is worth a look."
You can see all of the site's job tools here
Indeed pulls listings from job sites, company sites, newspapers and associations. You'll be glad to know that Indeed reports "872,086 new jobs in the last 7 days."
The site may still be new to many job seekers, but it was launched in 2004. If you're curious about its ownership--"Indeed is privately held, with institutional investors including The New York Times Company, Allen & Company and Union Square Ventures," according to the site.
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Indeed.com Wins Best Job Search Site
InterSearch UK Press release 2008 executive club
Imagine the scene…
You’ve spend hours putting together your CV (let’s face it – it was 10 years ago since you last needed one!), you spend days trawling through job adverts and recruitment companies to find suitable opportunities, until finally, with anticipation, hope and on occasions a wing and a prayer you send it off.
Well nothing, you hear absolutely nothing! Not even a ‘thanks but no thanks’, or a thank you for your time and effort, just possibly a minimal acknowledgement to say the least.
It’s a common complaint held against most recruitment companies; just a sheer lack of candidate care. Which is why InterSearch in the UK, a global executive search firm, has always had this objective – to keep focussing on candidate care and to treat executive candidates exactly how they should be treated.
InterSearch in the UK believes that candidates deserve to be treated with respect and courtesy; after all don’t candidates become future clients?
InterSearch in the UK believes that they deserve more and to help achieve this objective they have enhanced their care of candidates with the recent launch of an on-line ‘Executive club’.
Paul Holmes, Managing Director, InterSearch in the UK says ‘It is no secret that Recruitment firms fill up their database with candidates in the anticipation of securing new clients, which is unfair and misleading to candidates. It’s also extremely rare that firms have the courtesy to reject their applications, which is the most common complaint that our candidates let us know about.’ He goes on to say ‘it’s all very well and good adding people onto your database, but with no after care how can recruiters be certain they are still actively looking for jobs, and even if the perfect role for them became available, finding that candidate again would be like looking for a needle in a haystack; it’s both misleading to candidates and clients.
‘One of the ways we have looked to ensure we value our candidates is by launching our exclusive invitation only, ‘Executive Club’. The InterSearch Executive Club is designed to give Members exclusive access to a premier executive portal, enabling them to develop business networks, their careers and business knowledge and understanding. The Executive Club helps candidates to focus on building a valuable company and a more rewarding career whilst helping to enhance their quality of life – in short we want to reward and acknowledge candidates who send us their details, and this is one of the ways we hope to achieve this’.
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Siemens names new CEO of oil and gas arm
24th December 2008
Siemens's energy sector division has appointed Thomas Blades as the new CEO of its oil and gas arm. Mr Blades will take over the new responsibility on January 1, 2009.
Mr Blades has held managerial posts in various companies in the oil and gas business previously.
He succeeds Frank Stieler, who successfully developed this business at Siemens since 2001. Mr Stieler is taking up a new post as board member at Hochtief, a construction company.
Wolfgang Dehen, CEO of the energy sector division of Siemens, said: "It is a pleasure to welcome such an experienced person to the management team. Thanks to his background, he can promote further expansion of our oil and gas business."
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Allstate Financial names new CEO
The Allstate Corp. has announced that George Ruebenson, president of Allstate Protection, will be named interim president and CEO of Allstate Financial.
The Northbrook, Ill.-based corporation said current president and CEO of the life insurance and annuities operation, James Hohmann, will leave the company, effective Jan. 5.
Ruebenson will assume the role as a search is conducted, according to Allstate. He has been with the company for 38 years, leading teams to achieve business results through difficult market conditions, the company said
Allstate Chairman, President and CEO Thomas J. Willson said he looks forward to working with Ruebenson “and the entire leadership team to ensure that Allstate Financial lives up to its full potential.
'We remain committed to the success of Allstate Financial,” Wilson said. “With this business, we can leverage our brand and investing expertise, improve our relationship with customers and take advantage of opportunities in the growing retirement space.”
Allstate has about 14,700 exclusive agencies and financial representatives in the U.S. and Canada, or in select states as Allstate .com and 1-800 Allstate."
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IRC Recruitment, global alliance of executive search firms, congratulates two member firms on making the BusinessWeek List of the Most Influential Headhunters in the World.
In a November release of Business Week listing the most influential headhunters in the world, two of our member firms were showcased:
Hofirek Consulting: headquartered in the Czech Republic and Slovakia with offices in Karlovy Vary, Prague, Ostrava, Hradec Kralove, Brno, and Bratislava.
Madison MacArthur: headquartered in Toronto, Canada with satellite offices in New York and Michigan.
BusinessWeek has introduced an exclusive database of the world's most influential headhunters, with comprehensive information on 100 of the top global executive recruiters. So what is it that separates these executive recruiters from the rest? A number of factors were considered in selecting these 100, including their individual reputations; their years of headhunting experience; the global scope of their recruiting practices; their accessibility and responsiveness; their high visibility within the client markets they serve; the recognition they enjoy within their firms and/or global executive search communities. It is important to note that their individual reputations are often the most important reason that corporations engage these headhunters.
Hofirek Consulting and Madison MacArthur are prime examples of the global quality of service that is consistent across the IRC Recruitment alliance of over 150 senior search consultants, in over 50 cities, spanning 4 continents.
About IRC Recruitment:
IRC Recruitment is a market leader in the global executive search industry with a track record of over 20,000 completed assignments for 500+ clients in almost every conceivable industry segment. Our clients range from large multinationals to middle market companies that enjoy the advantage of working with leading local firms around the globe, providing them access to expert local market knowledge, the agility and commitment of owner operated firms and the global reach of a strong alliance.
With a growing roster of leading executive search firms across Europe, the Americas, Middle East and Asia, IRC Recruitment has over 160 accomplished executive search professionals. Ranked amongst the world’s 15 largest retained search firms, IRC Recruitment has been providing consistent and high-performance executive search solutions to its clients for the past fifteen years.
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Ranked by revenue
1. KORN FERRY INTERNATIONAL
$552.9 million (22 percent)
2. SPENCER STUART
$433.7 million (15 percent)
3. HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES
$415.2 million (7 percent)
4. EGON ZEHNDER INTERNATIONAL
$376.1 million (12 percent)
5. RUSSELL REYNOLDS
$334.1 million* (46 percent)
6. RAY & BERNDTSON
$180.6 million (26 percent)
7. IIC PARTNERS
$107.3 million (N/A)
8. WHITEHEAD MANN
$75 million (-33 percent)
9. DHR INTERNATIONAL
$70.1 million (17 percent)
10. HIGHLAND PARTNERS
$63.7 million (-1 percent)
11. LUCAS GROUP
$60 million (33 percent)
12. IGNIUM INTERNATIONAL
$55.5 million (19 percent)
13. STANTON CHASE INTERNATIONAL
$50.5 million (19 percent)
14. A.T. KEARNEY EXECUTIVE SEARCH
$49.5 million* (13 percent)
15. CHRISTIAN & TIMBERS
$42.2 million* (N/A)
*From the March 2006 Executive Recruiter Newsletter, “20 Largest Retained Executive Search Practices in the World,” Kennedy Information Sources: Companies, Kennedy Information
This list first appeared in the July 17, 2006 issue of Workforce Management.
search-consult, in partnership with AIRS, is pleased to announce Advanced Internet Research for Executive Recruitment training days - SearchLab UK.
In today's competitive job market, recruiters need to be informed of and able to utilize all available resources to find the best passive talent on the web. To do this, you've got to know where they are. Nobody knows more about this than AIRS! Now we are bringing this expertise to UK recruiters with SearchLab UK. You'll discover the secret to gaining an advantage over your competition by learning AIRS innovative sourcing methodologies to reveal the brightest talent and how to reach out to them quickly! At the end of the course, you'll be able to do all this and more, plus be ready to test for the CIR (Certified Internet Recruiter) designation.
Dates: 5 Feb 2009; 6 Feb 2009; 30 Mar 2009; 31 Mar 2009 - 9am - 5pm
Venue: 50-52 Paul St, LONDON, EC2A 4LB, UK. ONLY 6 DELEGATES PER SESSION.
Cost: EARLY BIRD rate until 15 January 2009 - £659 / €779 + VAT
Description: What you'll know after SearchLab UK:
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Executive Search Workshops – Brussels, February 2009
Dear Search Professional,
Once more, search-consult has teamed up with Jill Dillistone to provide a series of 1-day in Brussels in February 2009!
“Well structured, well paced, clear presenter, good group discussion and clear objectives covered." - Sally Clark, Consultant - Kathleen Townsend Executive Solutions, Australia
"Having attended all of Jill Dillistone's workshops, now I can work as a "full" professional headhunter!" - Elly de Vrijer, Hill Consulting Executive Find, Netherlands
10 February: Research and Candidate Development Workshop – only 8 seats remaining
11 February: Search Execution and Client Management Workshop – only 8 seats remaining
12 February: Interview Skills Workshop – only 9 seats remaining
All events will take place at the Regus Centre – Brussels Stephanie Square Centre, with a maximum of 16 attendees per workshop.
Each workshop costs €579 per delegate, and places are booked on a “first come, first served” basis.
Luncheon and refreshments will be provided. These workshops tend to sell out very quickly, so book today to avoid disappointment! Please reply to this email or call us on +44 (0)20 7749 6102 for more details.
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The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Honours InterSearch Worldwide Consultant
The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) recently celebrated its 60th anniversary and honoured David A. Wouters, Managing Partner of InterSearch Japan, with an award for his contribution as ACCJ's longest serving member. The ACCJ is the largest foreign business group in Japan.
Many respected leaders from Japan's business community congratulated David upon reception of the award. "I have found David to be a terrific sounding board and mentor not only for myself being a new member of the Tokyo business society since January, but a key contributor to my team and our organization's success", commented Richard Valente, Director Japan & Korea of InterCall Japan, a subsidiary of West Corporation. "David listens to our executive search needs and brings qualified candidates in a timely fashion. I rely on his professional expertise and continue to ask for new search necessary for our company growth" added Hiro Nishiya, Representative Director of Vorwerk Lux Japan.
David A. Wouters has a degree in Commerce from Washington & Lee University and an MBA from New York University. He was a Sales Manager with Mobil Petroleum in Singapore and a Marketing Manager with The Coca-Cola Company in Bangkok and later served Coke in Japan as Corporate Liaison Manager. In 1976 he set up the search firm Wouters & Associates, which became InterSearch Japan in 1991. David has edited several editions of the American Chamber of Commerce's Manual of Employment Practices in Japan, and a CCH publication, the Japan Employers' Handbook, which is used as an up-to date legal and business guide for the several thousand foreign businesses and government offices in Japan. He is a past Director and currently the Head of Training for InterSearch Worldwide.
InterSearch Worldwide is a global network of search firms consistently ranked amongst the largest retained executive search practices in the world by both Executive Recruiter News and search-consult magazines. For additional information, please visit www.intersearch.org.
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How to Fight the New Recession
By Bill Radin
Here we go again: Another soft economy.
I learned a lot from the last two, so let me give you some quick ideas about how to fight back.
First, take a deep breath. If you're resilient, persistent and willing to make a few adjustments, you'll do just fine. You may not make as much money in a slow economy, but that's okay—you're in survival mode now.
I'm hoping you set aside some of your boom-market earnings for a rainy day, because that rainy day is here. If you didn't, you'll know to do so next time, since all markets are cyclical.
The good news is, you're still in business. Now is the time to dig in and gain market share as your competitors struggle. When things pick up—as they always do—you'll be great shape, ramped up and ready to prosper.
To prepare yourself for the immediate future, here's a preview of coming attractions, and how to deal with some new job-market realities.
|1.||Poor-quality candidates won't cut it. In a candidate-driven market, people with average or marginal skills are generally acceptable to employers. No more. From now on, you'll need to be much more selective, and associate yourself with a higher level of talent.|
|2.||The 80/20 rule flips upside down. In a strong employment market, companies hire in duplicates. In other words, they'll fill multiple positions that require the same set of skills. So 80 percent of your placements can come from 20 percent of your clients. But in a weak economy, companies trim the fat and eliminate overlap, which means that your next 10 placements may very well come from 8 different clients, or even 8 different skill sets.|
|3.||Waste not, want not. Now's the time to improve your presentation skills, learn new ways to handle objections and concerns, and close like there's no tomorrow. With fewer opportunities to make placements, you won't have the luxury to do sloppy work or let placements slip through your fingers.|
|4.||Follow the money. Beating a dead horse is fine if you like the exercise. But if there's no pulse in your niche market or no demand for the skills that would normally define your desk specialty, be receptive to new opportunities—even if they take you into new or unfamiliar territory.|
During the 1991-92 recession, I made the switch from filling mid-level engineering positions to filling sales and marketing jobs. In 2002, I switched my desk again, from sales to general management and director-level roles. Why? Because that's where the market took me.I'm not suggesting you jump ship in the hopes of finding a pot of gold. But when times are tough, it makes sense to keep an open mind and add value wherever value is needed.
CommodityCareers.com, LLC Launches Global Commodities Career Portal
Energy Executive Search Specialist, Audrey Cullen Davis, launches online portal focused on the international commodity career sector to make immediate impact in environmental, energy, metals, and agricultural job markets
September, 2008, Stamford, CT – CommodityCareers.com, LLC, announces the official launch of its niche online job portal focused on serving energy, metals, agricultural, and other commodity markets. The website is a global resource designed for serving recruiter, professional, and corporate communities.
The foundation of the site was developed by Audrey Cullen Davis, Co-Founder and President of First Call Associates, a highly regarded boutique search firm focused on energy trading, marketing, and risk management. Prior to co-founding First Call Associates, Davis was a trader and marketer of energy commodities. She holds a BA in Economics from the University of Connecticut.
Davis commented on why she created CommodityCareers.com, “With the influx of capital to the commodities market, I have seen a sharp increase in the demand for talent. Since there are only a handful of specialists to manage this heightened client demand and limited dedicated online resources to help us with our research combined with the general popularity of job boards, it seemed logical to create a resource like CommodityCareers.com. ”
Out of the 40,000 plus members of the Industry Association of Employment Websites, IAEW, less than 1% is dedicated to the commodities and environmental markets, and none are specific to trading. To better serve its target market, the navigation on CommodityCareers.com is similar to a trading and marketing desk, directing users to front, middle, and back office job postings. The Site’s talent pool includes a database of well-vetted professionals; qualified candidates range from marketing and trading in the front office to risk management in the middle office and contract negotiations in the back office.
Davis has chosen Thomas B. Newman as the Company’s President and COO to lead the management, operations, and development of Commodity Careers. In this role, he will leverage his 25 years of professional experience in international business to implement the Company’s strategic global expansion plan. Newman holds a Masters degree from The American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird) and a BS in International Economics from Arizona State University.
Newman commented, “Our goal since day one has been to build a leading industry technical solution, including a proprietary search engine, while ensuring our users also find the Site useful, interesting, and aesthetically pleasing. Our development team has received positive feedback from early adapters. The Site’s search engine has the ability to drill down to specific functional expertise required in a trading environment. This innovative approach makes the recruitment process more efficient and ensures a greater return on our customers’ human resource investments. ”
Davis has also chosen Puja Lakhlani as Director of Technology Planning and Development. In addition to overseeing the Site’s development since 2007, she will also be responsible for international marketing and the company’s customized cultural content. She holds an MBA from the University of Miami and a BS degree in Computer Science from Florida Atlantic University.
CommodityCareers.com’s customized resources include relevant job opportunities, a well-vetted candidate database, insightful articles and industry information, campus recruitment, social networking integration, and search engine optimization that targets the appropriate audience within wholesale and retail commodities marketing and trading.
For more information about us visit http://www.CommodityCareers.
CommodityCareers.com is a niche, on-line job portal and a research tool for employment in the global commodities and environmental marketplace. Its initial focus is the energy (oil, gas, power, coal), emissions, metals, environmental, and agricultural markets, as well as alternative investments. CommodityCareers.com’s e-recruitment service provides employers and recruiters with the added support necessary for achieving a first-rate talent acquisition plan.
Spencer Stuart To Lead CEO Search For Independence Investments
Executive search firm Spencer Stuart has been retained by Independence Investments LLC to lead its search for a new chief executive officer. Mark C. Lapman, the firm's current CEO and chairman of the board, plans to retire after more than 26 years with the company. Independence Investments LLC is an institutional manager of actively managed U.S. fundamental and quantitative equity strategies. With over 51 offices in 27 countries, Spencer Stuart is the largest privately-held U.S. executive search firm, with a primary focus on recruiting chief executive officers.
DHR International Places CFO At Campbell Soup Co.
Chicago-based executive search firm DHR International has placed B. Craig Owens as chief financial officer and chief administrative officer at Campbell Soup Co. Gayle Mattson, executive vice president and global leader, board and CEO practice of DHR, led the search. Mr. Owens joins Campbell Soup from the Delhaize Group Brussels, where he was executive vice president and chief financial officer since 2001. Campbell Soup Company is a global manufacturer and marketer of high-quality foods and simple meals, including soup, baked snacks, and healthy beverages.
CTPartners Adds Partner In Hong Kong
Executive search firm CTPartners has appointed Alex Eymieu as a partner in the firm’s Hong Kong office, serving premier diversified banks, asset management and private equity firms. With over 16 years of experience in Greater China, Mr. Eymieu worked with leading multinationals and Asian conglomerates. Previously, Mr. Eymieu was managing partner of Heidrick & Struggles' Taiwan office, and in addition to his client responsibility, served as head of quality and innovation for the Asia Pacific region. Brian Sullivan, chairman and CEO of CTPartners, stated: "I have worked with Alex for over eight years and know him to be one of the most highly sought-after executive search consultants in Greater China. His track record of working at the senior-most levels of Asian companies speaks for itself. I am very pleased that he has joined our firm, and he will add to the depth and breadth of CTPartners in one of our fastest growing region.” CTPartners specializes in technology, financial services, life sciences, consumer products, manufacturing, professional services, and has demonstrated success in board services and serving private equity and V.C. client placements.
Korn/Ferry International Expands Chicago Office
Executive search firm Korn/Ferry International has added Jim Crawford to the firm’s Chicago office as a senior client partner in the global life sciences practice. Mr. Crawford brings more than two decades of management experience to the firm. He joins Korn/Ferry from the Deerfield, IL office of executive search firm Ken Clark International. While there, he served as regional president-Midwestern U.S. and was also responsible for building the medical products practice. “We are delighted to welcome Jim to our team,” said Jay Kizer, global managing director, life sciences market. “His dynamic combination of executive recruitment and life sciences expertise will be invaluable assets in his new capacity at Korn/Ferry, focusing on Midwest-based life science companies and the global medical devices sector.”
Dupont White & Stone Fills SVP Post For Chanel
Executive search firm Dupont White & Stone (DWS) has placed Jose Monsanto as senior vice president of operations for Chanel, Inc. Previously, Mr. Monsanto was vice president, global strategic sourcing for Toys “R” Us and vice president of Toys “R” Us Hong Kong. The DWS search team was comprised of Bill Trautman, managing director, and Diane Gdula, senior search consultant. Founded in 1913, Chanel is a privately held international luxury goods company. Dupont White & Stone (DWS), established in 1987, is a retained executive search firm that recruits leaders in all functional areas with specific expertise in supply chain, manufacturing, operations, finance, legal, marketing, and information technology.
Grayson - Hughes Places COO for Pacific Trade International
Grayson – Hughes, a retainer-based search firm with headquarters in New York City, has recruited Dale C. Williams as chief operating officer for Pacific Trade International. Prior to joining Pacific Trade International, Mr. Williams was president and general manager of Waverly Lifestyle Group, a division of F. Schumacher & Company. Pacific Trade International is a manufacturer of upscale scented candles and other consumer products. Grayson – Hughes, a division of the Robert Grayson Consulting Company, has search expertise in retail and fashion consumer products.
Gabriel & James launches shared service centre with Column Associates.
September 4th 2008.
Executive search and human capital providers Gabriel & James and Column Associates have agreed a joint venture to build a shared service centre combining their human capital research and delivery.
The joint venture, iTRAC Partners combines the research and thought leadership functions of Column and Gabriel & James to further strengthen their global executive recruitment and consulting ability.
In addition, iTRAC becomes the unified vehicle for their community of partners which already consists of internationally capable specialists in workforce management, payroll, leadership development, ATS/TMS software and employee screening.
Gabriel & James also confirmed today that it is transferring its small technology and Telecoms practice to Column Associates.
Gabriel & James go to the Manor Born!
September 1st 2008
UK based Executive Search and Human Capital firm Gabriel & James today confirmed the relocation of its head office to Westwood Park, a prestigious 5* business centre situated within a grade II listed Tudor manor house on the outskirts of the historic UK town of Colchester.
The CEO of Gabriel & James said “We are delighted to have found such a beautiful well equipped base for the next phase of our growth, we were won over by Westwood Park’s state of the art facilities and first class service combined with the splendour of the building and its 15 acres of stunning parkland”.
“We now have the highest quality base for our operations and a fantastic working environment that will be priceless to our staff”.
He added “who would not want to work here”.
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Slayton Search Partners Fills Posts For Amalgamated Life Insurance Company
Executive search firm Slayton Search Partners has placed John Thornton as executive vice president of sales and marketing and Leslie Bostic as senior vice president of human resources to Amalgamated Life Insurance Company. Previously, Mr. Thornton served as vice president of sales at CIGNA Healthcare where he had responsibility for CIGNA's sales operations for Northern New England. Ms. Bostic previously worked with Schering-Plough Corporation where she was the senior manager of global human resources. The searches were executed by Robert R. Stone and James R. Johnston, co-heads of Slayton's insurance practice and based in the Firm's New York office. Amalgamated Life Insurance Company is a provider of group life and disability insurance, third-party administration services, medical management, and computer services. Slayton Search Partners was founded in 1985 and recruits senior-level management for the following industries: board services, consumer and retail, financial services, industrial, life sciences and healthcare, private equity and professional services.