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Dec 11, 2019 | In the Media
City offers Tesla "template for future growth"

"Shanghai is a city that is attractive for engineers to come, because if it doesn't work out with this company, there are other companies that I can go to," said David Nagy, Managing Partner, Asia Pacific Industrial Practice. View More>

Dec 6, 2019 | In the Media
Want to date a colleague? Think carefully

Companies have increased scrutiny of consensual relationships among colleagues in the wake of the #MeToo movement. Whatever the corporate dating policy is, the underlying message to senior executives is: Just don’t do it. View More>

Dec 5, 2019 | In the Media | Women's Wear Daily
The Growth of Executive Leadership

Industry experts share insights on the changing face of the executive c-suite. View More>

Nov 27, 2019 | In the Media | Hunt Scanlon Media
DHR International expands Advisory Services Unit

DHR International's Elevate Partners adds six services to help clients build teams. The new president of the unit, Christine Greybe, sits down to discuss future offerings, how clients stand to gain and new ways the business is looking to expand. View More>

Nov 22, 2019 | In the Media | Women's Wear Daily
Macroeconomic Challenges Force Companies to Rethink Hiring Practices

Industry experts analyze recruitment challenges and share insights on a more proactive approach. View More>

Nov 14, 2019 | In the Media | Chicago Tribune
Inside the world of college football headhunters: How a ‘crazy’ Chicago exec helps schools reel in the big fish

The modern headhunter is part researcher, part sounding board and part concierge, making all the arrangements on the down low for conference calls and interviews. And in the case of one industry veteran in Chicago, Glenn Sugiyama, a whole lot more. View More>

Nov 11, 2019 | In the Media
Florida State University Taps DHR International for Head Football Coach

FSU looks to return to a winning football program. DHR sports practice leader Glenn Sugiyama will lead the search for a coach who can lead the Seminoles back to their place among college football’s power elite. Let’s go inside one of the nation’s top sports recruiting assignments. View More>

Nov 7, 2019 | In the Media
Millennials, Gen Xers to baby boomers: Can you retire so I can get a job promotion?

There’s a multigenerational traffic jam on the upper rungs of America’s career ladder. As more baby boomers put off retirement, millennials and Gen Xers are finding it harder to move up into middle- and higher-level jobs, according to a USA TODAY/LinkedIn survey and interviews with recruiters. View More>

Nov 5, 2019 | In the Media
FSU AD David Coburn issues statement on head coach search committee: Who is Glenn Sugiyama?

Getting to know the Seminoles’ lead headhunter. View More>

Sep 18, 2019 | In the Media
Hiring The Best Leaders with Jeanne Branthover

Podcast Episode Summary: Transcript A company of effective leaders is an effective company. Jeanne Branthover, one of the most influential people in the world when it comes to executive search, talks about hiring the best leaders to run your organization or company. Shes opens up about her unique background of how she was taught the importance of relationships and how women can do anything, including making a difference in the world. As she reveals the four secrets to winning a new job, she also highlights the importance of patience and having genuine empathy and transparency to success. View More>

Sep 16, 2019 | In the Media
U.S. Banks Are More Profitable Than Ever, But Wall Street Pay Is Slipping

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer David Solomon was paid $23 million last year, a third of what his predecessor received in 2007. Other Goldman employees haven’t fared much better. Compensation per employee is down by 61% at the Wall Street firm when adjusted for nominal wage growth in the period, according to company filings and calculations by Bloomberg. Goldman had the sharpest pay decline among a dozen of the largest U.S. and European banks, followed by Credit Suisse Group AG at 46%. The group had an average reduction of 14%. View More>

Sep 12, 2019 | In the Media
Procurement was a 'pain in the neck.' Now its leaders help alleviate the pressure point

Procurement is in a strategic role to find the best price while identifying vendors and suppliers - often with an assist from AI ans ML. View More>

Sep 11, 2019 | In the Media
Women’s Share of Board Seats Rises to 20%

The Wall Street Journal - California law requiring female directors causes ripple effects at companies nationwide View More>

Aug 21, 2019 | In the Media
Wells Fargo's long CEO search takes toll on stock

At Wells Fargo & Co.’s town hall meetings, executives have fielded countless questions from employees about efforts to resolve scandals that erupted almost three years ago. One looming topic hasn’t come up recently: Who will run the bank? View More>

Aug 5, 2019 | In the Media
Hongkongers are reaping the benefits of a revolution in banking services, even before the first virtual bank kicks off

City’s eight largest banks have scrapped minimum balance fees effective August 1 Traditional lenders are upping their digital banking game in preparation for virtual banking challenge View More>

Jul 29, 2019 | In the Media
How to Get on a Board as a Female First Timer

It's usually men who get a seat at the table — and women who have previously served View More>

Jul 19, 2019 | In the Media
First He Helped Recruit Michael Jordan to UNC, Now He's the Go-To Scout - For College Basketball Coachces

One year into her new job as the athletic director at the University of Pittsburgh in early 2018, Heather Lyke was facing the most important decision of her tenure. Men’s basketball coach Kevin Stallings was in the midst of a winless season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and a change was in the offing. Hiring a new football or men’s basketball coach are among the most important decisions that a high-major athletic director will make, as millions of dollars are invested on a yearly basis into those programs and the coaches make seven-figure salaries. So before Stallings had even coached his last game for the Panthers, Lyke found herself in South Carolina meeting with former coach-turned-hiring consultant Eddie Fogler about filling her soon to be vacant job. View More>

Jul 11, 2019 | In the Media | Sing Tao
Coming to Asia Alone, Female President Christine Greybe’s Success Lies in Courage

Christine Greybe, president of an executive search firm, has a proven track record in her career and is a role model as a successful woman. View More>

Jul 9, 2019 | In the Media | Thrive Global
Jeanne Branthover of DHR International: "Never assume what members of your team aspire to be in their careers"

Never “assume” what members of your team aspire to be in their careers. One senior member on my team, critical to my day to day operation, shocked me after 10 years by quitting. She told me that her career goal was not to follow in my footsteps as I had assumed and was training her […] View More>

Jul 8, 2019 | In the Media | South China Morning Post
Foreign firms lure compliance officers with CEO level salaries but are struggling to recruit talent in China

• The average pay package for an experienced financial fraud officer on the mainland can reach up to 2 million yuan a year, which matches the pay of a CEO of a small Hong Kong-listed company • International financial firms are seeking individuals in their 30s and 40s with strong digital skills View More>

Jul 1, 2019 | In the Media
How to Hire When Everyone Has a Job

Today’s unemployment rate is at its lowest point in decades, so how is your bank supposed to attract talent fresh out of college or from another industry? The good news is that community banks have tools that they can use to recruit the next generation of bankers. View More>

Jun 3, 2019 | In the Media | Hunt Scanlon Media
Talent Challenges Facing Mid-Market Private Equity Backed Companies

PE firms that specialize in lower mid-market transactions have an added challenge of attracting top talent who can function effectively to lead their businesses. Keith Giarman, managing partner private equity at DHR International, joins Hunt Scanlon Media this week to discuss how these smaller companies — often starved for leaders in finance, HR and sales — are changing up their strategies to lure talent. View More>

Apr 23, 2019 | In the Media | Boards&Directors
Best Buy To Get Woman CEO; Majority Female Board

For the first time in its 53-year history, Best Buy will have a woman in the corner office. This week, Best Buy announced Corie Barry, the electronics retailer’s chief financial and strategic transformation officer, will become CEO in June, replacing Hubert Joly who is also chairman. View More>

Apr 19, 2019 | In the Media | Bloomberg
JPMorgan Names Jennifer Piepszak CFO as Marianne Lake to Run Consumer Lending

Whenever Wall Street muses on who may someday replace Jamie Dimon atop JPMorgan Chase & Co., Marianne Lake’s name arises. For six years, she’s guided analysts and investors through the firm’s business as its chief financial officer. View More>

Apr 16, 2019 | In the Media | Hunt Scanlon Media
Why Your Board Needs a CHRO

Board members often lack experience in executive succession and rely on the skills of a director with a CHRO background to bring that expertise to the CEO recruitment process. That’s where a top HR leader can add tremendous value to boards, says a new report by DHR International. Mike Magsig and Jerry McGrath join Hunt Scanlon to discuss why boards have so few CHROs – and how to recruit them. View More>

Apr 11, 2019 | In the Media | Hunt Scanlon Media
DHR International Places Top Leaders for Three Arts and Cultural Groups

Executive recruitment firm DHR International has recently placed top leaders at three major arts and cultural institutions: Onassis Foundation USA, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center. James Abruzzo, managing partner of the firm’s global non-profit practice, led the assignments. View More>

Apr 1, 2019 | In the Media | The New York Times
Wells Fargo C.E.O. Could Be Banking’s Worst Job. It’s Open.

Wanted: New chief executive to clean up radioactive mess. Hazmat suit not provided. Wells Fargo is searching for a new leader after its chief executive, Timothy J. Sloan, abruptly resigned on Thursday, having been hounded by politicians, regulators, customers and employees about the halting efforts to overhaul the scandal-tarred bank. View More>

Mar 27, 2019 | In the Media | Pharma Boardroom
The Ideal Pharma Country Manager: South Korea (DHR International)

ooking at what it takes to be a country manager of a multinational pharma company in some of the world’s most challenging markets. DHR International’s Helen Park outlines what she looks for in potential candidates for country manager positions in South Korea. View More>

Mar 22, 2019 | In the Media | Investing.com
Talk of a New Wells Fargo CEO Swirls; Be Skeptical

If you're into who's in and who's out among the nation's big banks, today is a catnip kind of day. The New York Post reported today that directors of Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) were talking to Harvey Schwartz, a former top executive at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), about taking over from current CEO Tim Sloan. View More>

Mar 22, 2019 | In the Media | USA Today
Businesses hire high-skilled workers even if there's no job for them. Here's why:

Here’s the new rallying cry for high-skilled workers hoping to get hired at their favorite company: View More>

Mar 14, 2019 | In the Media | Middle Market Growth
Mapping a New Career Benefit: How companies are touting their location to attract talent

The great Amazon beauty pageant, in which over 200 cities competed to become the site of the corporation’s second headquarters, spotlighted the role geography plays in a company’s growth plans. Location—especially a region’s quality of life and cost of living—has become an increasingly important factor in a company’s ability to attract and retain talent in a tight labor market. View More>

Feb 28, 2019 | In the Media | Hunt Scanlon Media
DHR International Opens Office in Switzerland

Chicago-based search firm DHR International has continued its recent expansion with the opening of its first office in Switzerland. Stefan Binder has joined the firm as managing director to lead the new office in Zurich, which becomes DHR’s 10th office in Europe. View More>

Feb 20, 2019 | In the Media | Hunt Scanlon Media
DHR International Lands CEO for Physical Rehabilitation Network

Healthcare is among the most rapidly growing employment fields, according to analysts at Hunt Scanlon Media, which tracks trends in the executive search and leadership solutions space. So it is that the need for recruiting firms to deliver top-drawer leaders throughout the sector has only grown. View More>

Feb 10, 2019 | In the Media | Forbes
Expert Resume Writing Tips You Need To Know Now

Recruiting for the right talent is no easy feat. If you're in the business of hiring you know that sorting through hundreds of resumes can be time consuming and overwhelming. As a candidate, it's no picnic either. With digital making us all have the attention spans of a goldfish or less, candidates need to make every effort to stand out from the sea of paper. However, there gets to a point where candidates are taking artistic license too far. Last week, I saw a resume for a buying position that was pink and lavender with at least four different infographics and fonts. I joked that it looked like a Valentine's Day card, but in all seriousness, it inspired this post. It's time to set the record straight on appropriate and preferred resume styles, so I decided to ask the experts, the recruiters, who do this for a living. View More>

Jan 30, 2019 | In the Media | China Daily
Leadership shortage hurts companies' innovation goals

Few organizations are meeting their innovation goals because they lack the right leadership, according to a recent global survey of 636 business leaders by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. View More>

Jan 25, 2019 | In the Media | Bloomberg
Wells Fargo Finds ‘Fresh Blood’ to Close Era of Consumer Abuses

Wells Fargo & Co. has jettisoned a longtime strategy of growing its own leaders in favor of importing them as part of the effort to clean up its image. The San Francisco-based firm hired Steve Troutner -- a veteran of Citigroup Inc., Bank of America Corp. and Wachovia -- to lead the community bank’s U.S. Western region. And it brought in Nyron Latif from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. as the head of operations for Jon Weiss’s wealth and investment-management unit. Both moves were announced this week. View More>

Jan 12, 2019 | In the Media | Forbes
Study Results: The Top Companies That Prepare Marketers To Become CEOs

Which firms have reputations for developing superior C-level marketing leaders? And which firms provide the best training that enables marketers to become CEOs? These are two common questions I get from marketers, executives, and students. View More>

Jan 8, 2019 | In the Media | HK Economic Journal
Financial Industry Recovers amid the Downturn, with Asset Management Bucking the Trend

The biggest wish of employees is an increase in salary. Research institutions’ surveys have shown that employees in the financial industry were the ultimate winners in 2018. According to the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management’s Pay Trend Survey, the financial services sector enjoyed the highest pay growth rate both in base pay adjustments (5.3%) and in non-guaranteed bonus plans (17.63 months of base salary) compared with other sectors. Will the growth trend continue in 2019? View More>