Dunne, Patrick
September 2001
Management Today;Sep2001, p90
Trade Publication
Suggests reasons for the failure of an executive search firm to find a suitable sales and marketing director for a company. Analysis of company's attractiveness to executives; Consideration of classified advertising as an alternative to hiring a search firm; Description of role of search firm; Unearthing of reasons why good candidates refuse to join a company.


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