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Staffing Advisors Blog

How to Evaluate a Potential Recruiting Firm

Posted by Bob Corlett on September 1, 2017

Several times a week, a potential new client calls our executive search firm to learn more about us. Most people ask us whether we have handled a certain kind of search before, most people want to know our fee structure, and everyone wants to know how long the hiring process will take. 

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The Mistake in Expecting Millennials to Pay Their Dues

Posted by Bob Corlett on July 31, 2017

Steps to a Successful CEO Search and Succession

Posted by Bob Corlett on May 9, 2017

Three Factors Everyone Forgets When Negotiating Executive Search Firm Contracts

Posted by Bob Corlett on April 27, 2017

The biggest mistake most people make in negotiating executive search firm contracts is focusing solely on the outcome instead of the hiring process. In hiring, your goal is not to merely hire someone qualified; your goal is to hire a top performer, so your contracts need to reflect that.

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Why Employers Need to Stop Asking for Salary History, Right Now

Posted by Bob Corlett on April 24, 2017

​How business leaders are adapting to potential U.S. travel restrictions

Posted by Bob Corlett on March 3, 2017

Filling Multiple Open Positions in One Department

Posted by Bob Corlett on December 9, 2016

In small organizations, it’s fairly common to have 2 or even 3 open positions in the same department at the same time. This occurs for a variety of reasons: sometimes a bad manager causes team members to leave, or one disgruntled employee makes everyone’s life miserable, or a failed business approach causes everyone on the team to feel like a failure, or sometimes it’s just the bad timing of unrelated factors.  

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When is it Worth the Price to Engage an Executive Search Firm?

Posted by Bob Corlett on December 8, 2016

Why hiring so often leads to disappointment.

Great hiring practices bring hidden issues to light, and provide insight into questions you had not even thought to ask. But most typical hiring practices do the opposite, ignoring more information than they gather, and leaving your hiring decision up to chance. The “insight gap” is what makes an executive search firm worth their fee. It's what justifies the cost of any professional services firm.

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How to Replace an Underperforming Nonprofit Executive

Posted by Bob Corlett on November 16, 2016

Replacing an underperforming executive is one of the most challenging situations that a nonprofit leader must confront.

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Why Recruiting is Not an HR Function Anymore

Posted by Bob Corlett on November 16, 2016

 

If you work in an association or other nonprofit organization, it’s risky to think of recruiting as an HR function. It’s not.

By telling HR to “Post a job ad, get some resumes, and then I’ll starting interviewing,” you are making a career-limiting mistake, one that puts your personal reputation at risk.

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