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Executive Recruiting Blog

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EFL Associates insights on executive recruiting, talent management and succession planning.





February 8, 2018
Efforts to build and retain a more diverse workplace have become a priority among top executives.



October 31, 2017
We have a unique understanding of the “success factors” to look for in the executive you’re asking to relocate for an international expatriate position. As Managing Director of EFL Associates’ Life Sciences Practice, I know the issue well. I have moved 10 times in my career, including three times as an expatriate to Southeast Asia, Japan and the United Kingdom, which has accounted for nearly 15 years of my work life in the Life Sciences industry.



October 19, 2017
During my vast career in the executive search business, I’ve certainly seen my fair share of organizational cultures and the CEOs that shape them. Needless to say, there are no quick fixes or sure fire prescriptions to assure great cultures.



August 28, 2017
Every day we read and are forewarned that banks not engaged in the evolution of the industry will lose customers to institutions offering more convenient and personalized services.



July 28, 2017
Angie Salmon, Senior Vice President of EFL Associates, discusses how much companies should offer for relocation expenses.



June 13, 2017
As a 25-year veteran of the executive search industry, many clients have often asked me this question: How do I protect my employees from being raided by headhunters or other outside recruiting parties?



May 23, 2017
Finding a high-performing executive who is willing to relocate to lead your company is not just about the candidate’s resume, background, and company fit. S/he also needs to have an ability to tackle the challenges that come with moving their family to a new community.



April 12, 2017
Dan Cummings offers insights into the importance of the ESG Investments space for University Endowments



March 23, 2017
I have written about resume fraud in the past, whereby aspiring job applicants over-embellish facts, omit important information or outright lie on a resume. Fast forward to the present, and we are starting to see some of the same things occurring in the world of LinkedIn.



December 9, 2016
For several reasons in the late 1990s, the banking industry began reducing its reliance on in-house training programs. Banks found that their investment in staff training was delivering little advantage because newly trained employees were quickly moving on in pursuit of higher salaries. Banks were asking “What if we spend the money on training and they leave?” without considering the real question, “What if we don’t train them and they stay?” This mindset had an impact on the credit analysis function that tended to be the training ground and feeder system for a bank’s commercial lending talent pool.



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