Executive Search Research Process

As the managing partner and chief executive officer of Hanold Associates, LLC, Jason Hanold leads the executive search firm in locating human resources generalists, talent acquisition leaders, and other professionals. Jason Hanold offers his services to clients across the United States and in diverse industries.

In a retained executive search, a qualified executive search firm conducts a recruitment process to identify and attract individuals who qualify for senior executive positions. The recruitment process includes locating, assessing, and transitioning executives into upper management positions.

The research division of an executive search firm maintains responsibility for the firm’s database of clients and candidates. In most cases, the research phase of an executive search involves the initial development of candidates. Researchers write a position description, mine intelligence to use in candidate development, and call potential candidates for information. During the research process, the research office continues to pursue candidate development until the client makes an offer to a candidate.


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