US and UK talent sectors: Catherine King on culture and the human touch

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re delighted here to publish the second part of our interview of Catherine King  comparing the talent sector in the UK and US. Catherine has vast leadership experience in the talent industry. She is the founder of Crown Talent Assets, a US-based talent firm specialising in senior executive recruitment for North America… Read More

US and UK talent sectors compared: Our interview with Catherine King

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re delighted to publish this interview of Catherine King by Karen Haynes. Catherine has vast leadership experience in the talent industry. She is the founder of Crown Talent Assets, a US-based talent firm specialising in senior executive recruitment for North America and European markets. This builds on three decades’ experience in international… Read More

Reminders of good HR practice: how a talent agency can add value

Anthony Haynes writes: This is the second in our monthly series of posts dealing with key issues in talent acquisition. The series is inspired by the well-known quotation from Dr Johnson, that we “more frequently require to be reminded than informed“. Rather than showcase novel ideas, our aim here is to curate reminders of what… Read More

Reminders of good HR practice: candidate experience

Anthony Haynes writes: Today we begin a new, monthly series, of posts dealing with key issues in talent acquisition. The series is inspired by the well-known quotation from Dr Johnson, that we “more frequently require to be reminded than informed“. Rather than showcase novel ideas, our aim here is to be provide accessible reminders of… Read More

If you depend on gut feel while interviewing, you are relying on dumb luck.

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Luck is never enough. Instead, double your hiring success by using effective interviewing techniques, validated assessments, and reference and background checks. If you believe that it sounds like a lot of work and money, it is cheaper than the cost of turnover from bad hires. Many CEOs and executives…