This article is the first in 180one’s two-part series looking at how your organization can effectively use behavioral assessment tests for hiring and developing your employees. Stay tuned for part two, which will go live in May!
This article is the first in 180one’s two-part series looking at how your organization can identify and avoid Interview Bias, and why it’s a vital consideration in hiring. Check back in February for the next installment.
The Oregon Equal Pay Act Has Changed the Executive-Level Salary Discussion -- Here's How to Strategize Communication & Hiring Success
The new Oregon law that restricts employers from asking job seekers about their current salary has revealed some unintended consequences in vetting candidates for executive-level jobs. Today on The Water Cooler, we share our strategies that allow hiring managers to gather comprehensive information about a candidate while honoring the spirit of the new legislation.
With the abundance of craft beers, innovative cuisine, lush outdoor spaces and bike-friendly cities, it’s no wonder that Oregon was the top destination for people moving out-of-state in 2017, and has been a top contender for years.
Finding qualified candidates is challenging enough during a regular executive search, but when that search is confidential, it is a completely different ballpark. Today on The Water Cooler, 180one shares some advice on how to best overcome the obstacles of conducting a confidential search.
Finding qualified candidates to fill positions is often challenging. So how might hiring managers alleviate the stress and limitations of traditional practices, particularly when hiring at an executive level? One common approach is to outsource the search by hiring a recruiting firm. Today on The Water Cooler, 180one shares three reasons why companies choose to engage a retained search firm.
The rise in Private Equity transactions over the past several years has increased demand for highly skilled CFOs, while also elevating the position to be known as a strategic partner to the business. It is no wonder why 180one tagged 2016 as the “Year of the CFO”, and the trend continues for our Private Equity portfolio clients in 2017.
Private equity firms are often unfairly perceived as takeover specialists, only concerned with numbers on a spreadsheet and finding exit strategies that lead to big buyouts and even bigger layoffs. But their approaches to hiring and managing talent tell a different story.
Today on The Water Cooler, we explore how PE firms are focusing more on strong talent and HR practices and changing the game in recruiting.