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Jun 25, 2020 | In the Media | DePaul Newsline
DePaul Athletic Director Search Process Launched

After 45 years of service at DePaul University, Director of Athletics Jean Lenti Ponsetto announced on June 5 her plans to retire in the coming months. A search committee has been carefully selected to represent the campus community in the national search for our next Director of Athletics. View More>

Jun 17, 2020 | In the Media | Bloomberg
Bonuses Tied to Diversity in Banks’ Push for Long-Awaited Change

When frustrated U.S. lawmakers surveyed the nation’s top banks last year on whether they link diversity figures to executives’ compensation, the answer came back unanimous: No. View More>

Jun 4, 2020 | In the Media | Glossy
Where are fashion’s chief diversity officers?

At a time when much of the fashion world is flailing, unsure of what statement to make and where to go from here, fashion's chief diversity officers aren't offering much inspiration. View More>

May 28, 2020 | In the Media | BloombergQuint
Financial Hiring Gets Even Tougher in Never-Meet-In-Person-Era

Quentin Marshall hired three people over the past two months. He filled the roles without meeting any of them in person. Recruiting during a pandemic requires “breaking down a lot of prejudices about how to do things,” said Marshall, head of private banking at U.K. lender Weatherbys. View More>

May 12, 2020 | In the Media | FundFire
How Did the Median Asset Mgmt Worker Fare in 2019? Depends on the Firm

The typical employee at most publicly traded asset management firms got a raise last year, but at about a third of firms, pay went down despite the still buoyant markets. View More>

Feb 27, 2020 | In the Media
The Decade Ahead for Non-Profits: Great Pressure, Transformation and Big Impact on Talent

From new tax laws to the #MeToo movement, to climate change, non-profits will face tough challenges over the next 10 years, forcing them to rethink how they operate, says James Abruzzo, of DHR International. In a new report, he offers eight predictions for the sector and the impact each will have on talent. View More>

Feb 18, 2020 | In the Media
DHR International Assists Michigan State in Head Football Coach Search

Glenn Sugiyama, managing partner and global sports practice leader at DHR International, has placed Mel Tucker as the head football coach for Michigan State University. Mr. Tucker is a 23-year coaching veteran with championship experience. He replaces Mark Dantonio who recently stepped down after 13 seasons with the Spartans. The school paid DHR $100,000 for its services. View More>

Feb 18, 2020 | In the Media | MLive
Michigan State pays $100,000 for search firm in hiring Mel Tucker

It took Michigan State less than two weeks to find a new football coach. The process included the use of a search firm, which cost the university $100,000. View More>

Jan 21, 2020 | In the Media | Bloomberg
Too Big to Retire? Wall Street CEOs Keep Next Generation Waiting

Jamie Dimon just led JPMorgan Chase & Co. to the best year of any U.S. financial institution in history. Brian Moynihan steered Bank of America Corp. from the brink of ruin to years of profitability. With James Gorman at Morgan Stanley and Michael Corbat at Citigroup Inc., hard times have faded in memory. View More>