Vetting the Internal Candidate

Michael Gallagher December 5, 2018

Increasingly, corporate clients ask us to vet internal candidates by creating a panel of external peers. In the past, companies used retained firms to do this, at great expense, or tasked unwitting contingency firms that sent a confused message to the candidate market.

Our project-based model solves their problem nicely. Our research recruiters go to market and assemble a panel of peer candidates to provide a reference point for our client’s hiring committee. Our client then decides if they want us to recruit some or all of those in the panel.

The results represent a market survey of a discrete talent niche, and can be used to inform compensation, title, management scope, and diversity considerations. ~

Michael GallagherFor more information contact:
Michael Gallagher 954-951-2568
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