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‘Millennials shouldn’t treat their careers like Lottery Tickets’ – Nonsense! March 22, 2018
Starts-ups are but one type of business, no better or worse than others. They are experimental by nature, free-flowing, exciting and high risk. They share common characteristics and yet each is unique in its own way.
“Breakdown – The Rise and Fall of Heenan Blaikie” March 19, 2018
Montreal-based Heenan Blaikie was a labour and tax law firm led for years by its two named founders. One ran the day to day and the other focused on strategy. The firm expanded to Toronto with aspirations of becoming a national labor law firm. There seemed to always be friction between those inclined towards incremental, safe growth and those with more audacious aspirations.
Hiring for Culture Fit – Making the Case for Why It Matters February 20, 2018
Hiring for culture fit is decidedly on the outs these days with a number of recent articles questioning the practice. Some suggest that corporate culture is too dynamic to be captured and codified let alone selected against, while others have argued that skills, experiences and competencies matter far more in hiring decisions.
Solid Insights on Leadership November 27, 2017
In a recent New York Times article, business writer Adam Bryant reflects on lessons learned from a decade of interviewing business leaders on, you guessed it, lessons learned...
RECRUITING FOR FAMILY BUSINESSES October 23, 2017
Finding executives who will thrive in these businesses is specialized work as it requires an understanding of how business and familial dynamics interact to inform good hiring decisions.
Offer Stage: Tip Toe Very Carefully October 11, 2017
Over the past several months we have witnessed several negotiations come to, or come very close to, somewhat inglorious ends. While these outcomes were not solely attributable to breakdowns during the offer stage, it is safe to say they played a role.
Candidate Bias – The Dangers of Bandwagon Behavior September 27, 2017
Graduates of prestigious schools tend to be rated higher than those who attended other institutions while employees of well-regarded organizations bath in the glow of their employers' reputations.
How To Attract More Female Candidates For Executive Searches September 14, 2017
We are pleased to re-publish a post from our Boston-based Access Executive Search partners Polachi Executive Search........
Workaholism in Silicon Valley!! – So What’s the Story here? September 12, 2017
Today’s dreams of innovation, disruption, riches and glory intoxicate unprecedented numbers of tech sector entrepreneurs, investors and acolytes alike.
The Employment Offer Stage: More Dangerous than you May Think August 28, 2017
The company and candidate have successfully navigated a long, arduous courtship and now seek to consummate their relationship with an offer of employment. It is almost over, or is it? The following two anecdotes illustrate how easily a promising employment marriage can be derailed at the offer stage:

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