Executive search firms exist to provide a very specific purpose within the broad range of service providers in the talent acquisition market.
This paper will attempt to shed some light on the dynamics of using a search firm, when and why you would need to use one, the distinction between large and smaller firms, and the advantages of each.
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Having spent many years at KPMG as a partner and finally as Head of Corporate Finance, Midlands, Richard Boot currently chairs and holds directorship of various companies associated with staffing and recruitment. He is also a former board member of IRC Global Executive Search Partners.