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The Dangers of Cronyism in Hiring

The Dangers of Cronyism in Hiring

Cronyism: The appointment of friends and associates to positions of authority, without proper regard to their qualifications. Many employers use networking to find prospective candidates, especially for executive roles.  They…

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Don’t Call Me an Applicant!

Don’t Call Me an Applicant!

To employers, an active job seeker is sometimes considered to be an “Applicant.”  Applicants can be contrasted with passive candidates- those people who have been recruited for a job, but weren’t necessarily looking.…

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How to do a Reference Check

How to do a Reference Check

Many employers erroneously believe that it is impossible to get meaningful reference checks for a new hire.  They believe that either the reference will only verify basics, giving “name, rank…

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Getting What You Need In Hiring

Getting What You Need In Hiring

You can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, well you just might find, you get what you need. – (M. Jagger / K. Richards) If you…

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The Secrets of Why Executives Fail

The Secrets of Why Executives Fail

We interview hundreds of executive level candidates each year, and we are in a unique position to observe job successes and failures.  Most of the people we recruit are so-called…

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Why Good Hiring Must Be Dynamic

Why Good Hiring Must Be Dynamic

“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein “You can never step into the same river twice.” – Heraclitus Dynamic can be…

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Job Offers: Is Everybody Happy?

Job Offers: Is Everybody Happy?

When an employer extends a job offer, and the candidate accepts, everyone should be happy, right? But how happy? If the candidate gets all their financial desires met, will the…

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Timing In Hiring

Timing In Hiring

Mistakes in timing can be one of the key issues in executive management according to the best executive search firm. Being too slow to fire and too fast to hire…

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Who Do You Trust?

Who Do You Trust?

There has been a lot written on whether recruiters should trust candidates; and on how much job seekers tell the truth vs. lie, etc. This makes us recall a couple…

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BOB Search Places Eric Canal As Vice President Of Engineering Of Heads Up Technologies
BOB Search Places Eric Canal As Vice President Of Engineering Of Heads Up Technologies

BOB Search Places Eric Canal As Vice President Of Engineering Of Heads Up Technologies

Boyle Ogata Bregman Executive Search Firm (BOB Search) partners with Heads Up Technologies to place their newest Vice President of Engineering. ADDISON,TX, October 26, 2022 --- BOB Search has successfully…...

From Multitasking to Working Remote: How To Keep Productivity High
From Multitasking to Working Remote: How To Keep Productivity High

From Multitasking to Working Remote: How To Keep Productivity High

What is the secret to successful multitasking? Is it possible to able to multitask on several assignments at the same time? Multitasking has been a valued trait. The ability to…...

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