Edward N. Woycenko
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Edward N. Woycenko commented on Edward N. Woycenko's blog post 'Why There's No Guarantee on Contingency Searches'
"Paul, When I send this document to a prospective client, all talk of a guarantee usually comes to an end.  Usually agreements favor the creator of the document, which makes most company fee agreements totally favor the company.  I have…"
Apr 1
PAUL FOREL commented on Edward N. Woycenko's blog post 'Why There's No Guarantee on Contingency Searches'
"Edward, "Our involvement with the candidate is only during the recruitment process. Once the client has made a hiring decision, they have indicated to us that our service has been successfully rendered. After that point, we cannot be held…"
Mar 31
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Why There's No Guarantee on Contingency Searches

The best guarantee a company can receive is when a firm works on a contingency basis. If we are not successful in our search work, then the customer pays nothing.Contingency work is the ultimate service guarantee because we accept all the financial risks and we absorb the cost of the lost hours, telephone bills, postage,…See More
Mar 27
Edward N. Woycenko posted a blog post

Why There's No Guarantee on Contingency Searches

The best guarantee a company can receive is when a firm works on a contingency basis. If we are not successful in our search work, then the customer pays nothing.Contingency work is the ultimate service guarantee because we accept all the financial risks and we absorb the cost of the lost hours, telephone bills, postage,…See More
Mar 26
Keith D. Halperin commented on Edward N. Woycenko's blog post 'Why Companies should function like sports teams'
"Thanks, Ed. In some ways- very big companies ARE like major-league franchises. They say: "If you won't give us everything we want at taxpayer's expense- we'll go to someplace where they WILL." I need to…"
Mar 25
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Mar 25
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Why Companies should function like sports teams

It never ceases to amaze me how corporate America looks to build a championship caliber team but does not pay attention to how professional sports teams seek to win championships.Imagine for a second that you are the owner, GM or coach of an NFL football team. You look at the history of the game and decide it is time to change the way things are done.  Instead of investing money in acquiring free agents to beef up areas your team is deficient in, you decide that you can get a star quarterback…See More
Mar 25
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"@paul, the majority of people on LI are non paying members.  If memory serves me correctly, the figures I saw indicated that 82% of participants are non payers.  With people joining for free, and revenues falling over the past two years,…"
Nov 5, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Greg, LI's financial situation doesn't surprise me at all.  I believe that as time moves forward, social media in general has a limited lifespan.  The freemium business model will have a difficult time moving to a subscription or…"
Nov 5, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Topgrading is a book on hiring, coaching and keeping "A" players.  Jack Welch adopted concepts discussed in the book while at GE, so I wouldn't discount the TalentKeepers results or the concepts in Topgrading until you have…"
Oct 30, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Keith, Attached is a link http://www.talentkeepers.com/turnover.jsp that describes how TalentKeepers arrived at the $5 Trillion figure.  The number that I mentioned was from the book "Topgrading" in conjunction with…"
Oct 30, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Keith, the turnover costs were $5 Trillion for one year.  You are only factoring in salary costs.  There are many factors that contribute to this number.  Check out the study and find out for yourself why this figure is $5…"
Oct 30, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"There are multiple studies that have been done regarding social media that these statistics have been gleamed from. If you are looking for one in particular, I don't think these stats have been accumulated into one study, at least not one that…"
Oct 30, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Maureen, the statistics came from a studies done by Bersin Associates, John Sullivan and Brad Smart. The evidence is there if you look for it, unfortunately, the hype tends to cloud and mask the truth. Another issue is whether anyone…"
Oct 30, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Technology is making people who would normally be invisible, visible.  Individuals who have not accomplished anything in their career now have a medium where they can jump up and down saying look at me.  Companies who think they can build…"
Oct 29, 2013
Edward N. Woycenko commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"LinkedIn was built on the backs of the recruiters whom they have consistently tried to put out of business.  If you take a look at the majority of profiles, the profiles are primarily job duty and responsibility oriented, most without any form…"
Oct 29, 2013

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Edward
Job Title
President/CEO
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The Hire Authority Executive Search
Which best describes your profession?
Agency Recruiting
How many years have you been in the business?
>15 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Technology
How many employees in your company?
<10
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http://www.thehireauthorityexecutivesearch.com
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Edward N. Woycenko's Blog

Why There's No Guarantee on Contingency Searches

Posted on March 26, 2014 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

The best guarantee a company can receive is when a firm works on a contingency basis. If we are not successful in our search work, then the customer pays nothing.

Contingency work is the ultimate service guarantee because we accept all the financial risks and we absorb the cost of the lost hours, telephone…

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Why Companies should function like sports teams

Posted on March 25, 2014 at 12:17pm 1 Comment

It never ceases to amaze me how corporate America looks to build a championship caliber team but does not pay attention to how professional sports teams seek to win championships.

Imagine for a second that you are the owner, GM or coach of an NFL football team. You look at the history of the game and decide it is time to change the way…

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At 10:46am on January 8, 2013, Christopher Ceraso said…

I am interested in technology recruitment split with you.  I can be reached at chris@myrng.net or 412-364-1875 - Google video/voice chat at chrisceraso@gmail.com

Thank you! 

Christopher

 
 
 

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