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Non Compete, Non Solicit, Non Sense July 6, 2008
There is an outbreak of irritability in many corners of the tech sector. Highly infectious, and resistant to even the best of news, it has spread to companies and individuals alike, unsettling all but the most bubbly of outlooks.
Executive Search: What's in the Attic is Definitely Material July 3, 2008
Everyone would agree that certain bits of information are material when making hiring decisions. For example, an applicant's 'documented' hobby of robbing banks is likely material when applying to work in one.
The Premium Paid for Outside CEOs July 1, 2008
Two news items this week illustrate the rational and irrational sides of executive compensation: a published report shows that CEOs recruited from outside a company earn an average of 65% more than those promoted from within, and the discrepancy was greatest in smaller companies.
Want to Recruit High Quality Talent? Get Aligned with the Market! June 26, 2008
One of the common challenges in executive search is aligning client expectations with the candidate market. Take the typical start-up for example. Almost every start-up envisions itself as tomorrow's monster success.
Assessing the Cost/Benefits of a Rockstar June 22, 2008
Like Las Vegas, the tech sector is known for its bright lights, those geniuses whose inspirations change our lives. Easier to recognize than describe, these entrepreneurs and technological innovators see things, solve things, and do things that most of us struggle to even comprehend.
The Upside of the Venture Capital Crisis May 27, 2008
I profess no special insight into what really goes on inside the Canadian venture capital world. I am not part of the esteemed club, do not possess the insider's secret decoder ring and am not a confidant to anyone who has one.
The Plight of the 50+ Tech Sector Executive May 6, 2008
An increasing number of seasoned tech sector executives are struggling to understand why nobody seems to want to hire them. These are capable, senior individuals whose ships have been without a port for some time and who seem to be perennial runners-up for positions they covet.
Board Recruiting Trends May 1, 2008
In the past year, we have seen a dramatic increase in our board-related work. This is a noteworthy shift since start-up boards in Canada have historically been investor dominated private clubs.
Salary Negotiations: How to Mess with a Headhunter's Head May 1, 2008
Salary negotiations are often quite tricky in executive search. First, clients vary widely when they discuss target salaries. Some carefully lay out the compensation band for a given position, while others suggest they will pay whatever it takes to hire the right person.
Generation 'Next' and Karoshi April 1, 2008
Earlier this week I had lunch with the Vice-President, Human Resources of a large technology company. The conversation touched many subjects including how her firm is dealing with an aging senior management team.

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