Executive recruiters Denver? Don’t sweat it if you truly cannot hire any new employees now. However, you can, and should, still actively recruit and remain in contact with your candidates. Maintaining an open line of communication and being transparent about your current hiring operations will keep your company relevant and top of mind with candidates. Keeping them engaged, even if it’s as simple as checking in with them, increases the likelihood that they will want to come work for your company once you resume hiring.
Project which functions will no longer be needed and which will have to be adjusted, as well as what new functions will arise in this new economic climate. Assess how current staff can be retained and retrained in this new structure. Determine what openings exist after evaluating the current state of staff and functions. Factor in business continuity and redundancy needs when assessing workflows and staffing needs. Look for candidates who have worked successfully in virtual environments. All other qualifications being equal, the candidate who has worked in a remote capacity could assimilate faster. Look for candidates who are familiar with multiple virtual business platforms, such as Microsoft Teams, Slack, Zoom, Asana, Trello, proprietary VPNs, and CRMs of all kinds.
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Danielle joined Spectrum in 2017. She recruits executives within Spectrum’s core verticals, namely Business Services, Healthcare, and Technology. Previously, she was a senior associate at Accelent Inc., a New York City-based retained executive search firm, focused on early through mature stage software, cyber security, digital media, e-commerce, and financial services clients. Prior to this, she served as a corporate recruiter at One Zero Capital and Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds. Her experience with those investors, coupled with Accelent’s entrepreneurial client base, has proven to be invaluable to Spectrum’s private equity clients. After receiving her undergraduate and masters degrees with honors from New York University, Danielle began her career as a professional counselor. The client-centered foundations in which she practiced in this capacity are a significant contributor to her work over the past 5+ years in executive search and human resources, where she has concentrated on recruiting top executive-level talent. Danielle’s high bar for achievement and her drive to succeed, along with the personalized attention she bestows, are highly valued by those brands she represents.
Leveraging more than 85 years combined executive search industry experience, Spectrum’s team has collectively made 1,350 placements. The majority of the work we do stems from 6 core verticals, though we are also proficient at working within industries that are either outside these core areas, emerging, or new to Private Equity. Regardless of the level of difficulty, we are built to adapt, execute, and perform at “Private Equity speed.” This resourcefulness has endeared us to Private Equity firms seeking to align with one go-to partner who truly understands their diverse needs. Read extra info at http://www.spectrumsearchpartners.com/.