Claymore Partners Executive Talent Survey Reveals Growing Softening in Hiring

The results of a recent survey on Executive hiring indicate the selective growth that had been occurring earlier this year is slowing and that the impact of the recent political, economic and stock market turmoil had dimmed executive hiring prospects even more. Over 50% of companies have announced,... - September 22, 2011

Executive Hiring Beginning to Shift According to the Recent Claymore Partners Survey

Executive hiring trends are showing signs of change in some industries while others are continuing significant downsizing. Certain functional areas are also in more demand. Overall executive hiring expected to rebound after year end 2009. - May 20, 2009

Informed Careers’ Survey Finds That 30% of Executives Still Fear Losing Their Jobs

Executives are still in fear of losing their jobs and are actively seeking new positions and careers including using career coaches to aid those efforts. - May 18, 2009

Claymore Partners Survey Reveals That Search Firms Still Account for 70% of Executive Hires for Financial Service Firms

Financial service firms reported that 70% of their executive hires in 2007 were obtained via third party search firms. About 36% of executive hires were from retained executive search firms, 31% from contingency search firms, and 3% were from recruitment process outsourcers. Employee referrals... - December 07, 2007

Claymore Partners Survey Reveals that Financial Service Hiring is Expected to Rise in 2008 Despite Credit Crisis

Over half of the financial services firms surveyed over the last few weeks by Claymore Partners in their 2008 Financial Services Talent Acquisition Survey are still planning on increasing professional hiring in 2008. Another twenty nine percent (29%) of financial firms planned on flat hiring and... - November 30, 2007

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