Business and Career Clarity Comes Into 20/20 Focus
This just released report reveals that more employers are focusing on executive retention, an increasing recognition of the escalating competition for executive talent and the significant cost of losing elite performers.
In this report, you'll learn:
The top industries, job functions and geographical areas poised for growth in 2012
What executives view as most important in compensation packages
Top triggers that would motivate employed executives to look for a new role in 2012
The most sought after executive skills and characteristics (and the hardest to find)
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The 2012 Executive Job Market Intelligence Report is based on simultaneous surveys of ExecuNet's executive members and the search firms and corporate recruiters who regularly use ExecuNet's services. In addition, we invited participation from the executive, search firm and corporate human resource communities of strategic partner organizations: Forbes; CMO.com; Dillistone Systems, publishers of search-consult; and WOBI, a powerhouse of actionable ideas from people shaping the business world. The surveys, which we have conducted online annually for the past 19 years, seek to determine trends and best practices in executive-level career development and candidate search, hiring and retention.