Beneath the surface of seamless placements and successful executive hires lies a world of executive search challenges that agencies face. Today, global talent is more accessible than ever; sifting through the noise to identify the best-suited candidates requires a nuanced approach. This blog is about the challenges faced by executive search
Clearpoint, a Houston-based staffing agency founded in 1999, specializes in IT and marketing placements. With a small, efficient team of 12 employees, Clearpoint serves a wide range of clients, from large corporations to small agencies. They offer contract, contract-to-hire, and contingent staffing solutions tailored to each client’s needs. In our discussion
Exploring how to start an executive search firm is, in essence, learning the skill of uncovering hidden gems for coveted positions. However, beneath the surface of this industry lies fierce competition. With the global executive search market valued at €27 billion, it’s clear that the industry is not uncharted territory. But
It’s been an absolutely bonkers month! India landed on the south pole of the Moon to probe the surface and confirm the existence of water on the lunar poles. Monumental! Not too far away from mission control of Indian Space Research Org(ISRO), our engineering team was hard at work crunching out
Recruiting software developers has always been a challenging endeavor. And the shift to remote work has further complicated the hiring process. The demand for quality software engineers continues to soar, and it is predicted to grow by 22% by 2029, further exacerbating the competition among companies to attract top-notch software developers.
In the rapidly changing and high-pressure world of recruitment, Emotional Intelligence (EI) has emerged as a vital asset for recruiters to possess. Recruitment involves continuous interaction with individuals, including candidates and potentially clients for recruiters at agencies. This involves daily negotiations and navigating diverse emotional states. Therefore, the capacity to interpret