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- Top executives have job hopping on their minds. // Corporate Board;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 17 Issue 100, p26
Reports on the increase in job-seeking activity among executives in the United States. Dissatisfaction in position; Percentage of executives who have sent resumes to prospective employers; Causes of job stress; Awareness of alternative job prospects as part of career management strategy.
- Who's hot in the marketplace? // USA Today Magazine;Mar96, Vol. 124 Issue 2610, p11
Focuses on `hot' jobs in the marketplace. List compiled by recruiting firm of Christian & Timbers; Examples of most-requested positions to be filled in the executive ranks; Chief technology officer; Senior private banking executive; Mergers and acquisitions executive; Several others.
- Wall St.'s best defect to big foreign banks. Willis, Gerri // Crain's New York Business;8/21/95, Vol. 11 Issue 34, p3
Reports on the transfer of executives from Wall Street companies to foreign banks. Business firms that have lost key executives; Reasons for transferring; Names of business executives that have transferred and the foreign companies that hired them.
- Firms boost tech pay in heated effort to foil rivals' search engines. Messina, Judith // Crain's New York Business;07/14/97, Vol. 13 Issue 28, p17
Reports on strategies being used by recruiters and employers to retain their technology executives. Increase in salary; Offers of stock options; Comments from Bob Molnar, a partner at Accord Group/Johnson Smith and Knuckly.
- Mountains of gold. Chen, Min; Martin, David W. // China Business Review;May/Jun96, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p26
Reports that Western-trained managers bound for China will find no shortage of job offers. Preference for hiring Chinese nationals; Demand for sales and marketing staff; Insight on compensation, repatriation and relocation; Corporate recruitment practices. INSET: Commanding top dollar..
- Diamond in the rough. C.H. // Black Enterprise;May96, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p61
Answers the question regarding the predicament of getting employed as a business executive without the traditional credentials. Lack of college degree; Requirement of the position; Identification of ones weak points.
- Marketing & sales executives fuel global hiring. // Hispanic Times Magazine;Aug/Sep1994, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p30
Reports on the worldwide increase in executive hiring during the first quarter of 1994. Results of the Korn/Ferry International Index of Executive Hiring; Focus on the increase in international hiring of marketing and sales executives; Statistics on Europe, Latin America, and Asia; Results of...
- Executive demand remained strong during the first quarter. // Westchester County Business Journal;5/29/95, Vol. 34 Issue 22, p28
Reports on the continued demand for executives in the first quarter of 1995. Demand for executives in North America; Demand for executives in Europe; Decrease in demand for executives in Latin America.
- Don't Blow Your New Job. Fisher, Anne // Fortune;6/22/1998, Vol. 137 Issue 12, p159
Offers advice for managers for increasing their success at a new job. The record number of searches reported by executive recruiters; How companies are increasingly looking outside for fresh talent rather than promoting from within; Results of a survey of human resources workers on the failure...
- Also on the move. // Advertising Age's Business Marketing;Sep93, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p92
Reports on appointments in corporate executive positions. Edward D. Aster as chief executive officer of Advanstar Communications; Stephen S. Thomas as president of McGraw-Hill Inc.'s Datapro Information Services Group; Raymond E. Maloney as president and chief executive officer of Intertec...