Published on: Wednesday, January 16, 2013
ExecuNet's Executive Job Creation Index increased from +11 to +15 in December as recruiters indicated that one in five companies would be adding executive level jobs in the next six months. This was up from one in six last month. The number of companies expected to upgrade their talent climbed from 44 percent to 51 percent. This positive shift suggests a firmer environment as we begin 2013, but still does not indicate a major breakout we would all like to see as Recruiter Confidence continues to languish below 50 percent.
Published on: Monday, January 14, 2013
Don Tapscott is a globally recognized author, speaker and advisor on the convergence of media, technology and innovation who sees a corporate revolution on the horizon. But the question is: who, exactly, will lead it? Who will overthrow and for what purposes?
Tapscott outlines his view of the future in this exclusive ExecuNet interview
, taped behind the scenes of the 2012 World Business Forum in New York City, where he shared his views on the future of business, the convergence of technology and media and what leaders can do to exploit new opportunities.
Published on: Thursday, January 10, 2013
It's one of those topics that close associates and even friends don't discuss with one another — compensation. Yet, when you're negotiating a new deal, it's something where more information and guidance is helpful.
Published on: Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Recruiter confidence for the next six months improved a bit, moving to 36 percent at the end of December 2012, but remained below 50 percent for the eighth month in row, Being above the 50 percent mark is a critical overall indicator of an expanding executive employment market.
Attitudes captured before the fiscal cliff negotiations completed on January 1, continued to show the overall lack of recruiter confidence that this market trend will change over the next six months. Recruiters still tend to believe, as they expressed last year, that lack of leadership in Washington to create a national climate for business growth was the problem.
Published on: Monday, January 07, 2013
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