120 results for tag: Jeff Hyman


Headhunter Secrets

Industry specialist Headhunters come with a major drawback (actually 2 of them). When it comes time to engage a Headhunter to lead a search, the first thing most business leaders do is look for one who specializes in that particular industry. This isn't ...
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Sorry, Cutting Your Pay

For years, we've savored cola. Not the sugary-sweet teeth-rotting cancer-causing type. I mean COLA. As in Cost Of Living Adjustment If your company is like most – and you asked/begged/cajoled/required an employee to move from one city to a more ...
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Recruiters Actually Said These…

Recruiting is Sales and Marketing, not Human Resources. It's a bit of a fine art. It's seducing candidates, coaxing them to have an exploratory discussion (A confidential one, since many are currently working and kicking ass). Not badgering candida...
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The Big Mouth and Your Hiring Needs

At long last. Yesterday, she finally earned the medal. No, not uber-gymnast Simone Biles. (Although she grabbed the Bronze as well. Nice!) I’m talking about Samantha Ramsdell. She took the gold. No, not in Tokyo. In South Norwalk, Connecticut. ...
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How Much Do CEOs Really Earn? Worth It?

There's a ton to be learned from the annual CEO compensation guide in The Wall Street Journal. Examples: The CEOs of Carnival Cruises and Norwegian Cruises took home a combined $50M in 2020. (Even though their ships sat in port, and their staffs were ...
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How to Unmask Your Candidate

With news that's hard to beat from C.D.C.: If you're vaccinated and with others who are vaccinated, it's safe to de-mask (even indoors). That's not the "all clear" but a big step in the right direction. Deep breaths. Innnnnnn. Ouuuuuuut. Maybe ...
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Recruiter Straight Talk on Resumes and LinkedIn Profiles

ExecuNetSelect Recruiter Jeff Hyman is known in the ExecuNet community for his fantastic job search advice and for giving it to you straight with no sugar coating. Here we have Jeff doing what he does best: delivering executive-level job search advice that is ...
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Taking the Guesswork Out of Recruiting

Not so long ago, baseball talent scouts relied on instincts, experience, and intuition. A scout, often a former ballplayer, trusted his gut. Then, along came a new breed of scout: young, Ivy League-educated math whizzes who might not have held a bat since ...
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The Question I Ask Every Candidate

I can smell it. The job market is gaining steam. Fast. At first, I thought it was just my gut. Finally, this morning, I found some data to back it up: The CEO of Indeed, now the largest online job board, says "There are more new jobs posted on Indeed now ...
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Why Humble Leaders Make the Best Leaders

When hiring for a leadership role, you may be overlooking one of the most important traits of top performers: humility. Sounds a bit counter-intuitive, doesn't it? Humility is not typically the first trait that comes to mind when you think about great ...
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What Are Some Ways to Research a Company Before an Interview?

  Need help telling your story? ExecuNet's Career Strategists can make the difference in all aspects of your job search... and beyond. Get the help you need and the job you deserve. Interview research before the meeting makes all the difference. ...
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Does Age Bias Come into Play When One is Looking to Join a VC or PE Firm?

Age bias is an issue in corporate America, but how real is it when one is looking into the private equity world? There are some differences when you're interviewing in this world. We have an industry insider in our community who explained it all in a ...
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