Nicholas Meyler
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  • Agoura Hills, CA
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  • Wingate Dunross, Inc.
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Information Asymmetry and Salary Negotiation

Started 22 hours ago 0 Replies

I'm trying to understand the principles of "Information Asymmetry and Salary Negotiation".  Has anyone read any new research on this topic which can prove one way or another whether the 'first person…Continue

Carts and Horses and Google and Search

Started on Friday 0 Replies

Has anyone dealt with this problem before?  Successfully?  It is a difficult one, and yet it is a fascinating problem.  Does it have a solution?My friend, a candidate I placed 15 years ago at…Continue

"Sick Candidates In Search of A Recruiter"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Spagnola Nov 4. 1 Reply

-- If Luigi Pirandello had been a Headhunter, the title would have been different.Continue

"Thought Leaders"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Spagnola Nov 1. 1 Reply

I was reading a fairly incoherent article in Fordyce Letter, written by a recruiter who called herself a 'thought leader', calling herself a 'pioneer' in retained search, switching her business model…Continue

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Nicholas Meyler commented on Jen Dewar's blog post 'Build an Army of Candidate Advocates for your Staffing Firm'
"Great article.   Well written, thoughtful and kind-hearted.  I liked it.   Nonetheless, my opinion is somewhat opposite:  I think recruiters should create an army of client advocates, instead.  Of course, candidates can turn…"
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Information Asymmetry and Salary Negotiation

I'm trying to understand the principles of "Information Asymmetry and Salary Negotiation".  Has anyone read any new research on this topic which can prove one way or another whether the 'first person to name a number' loses?  I don't believe that entirely, although in some situations I do.  My client was upset that I told a candidate the top of the salary range, although the candidate was $100K per year above the salary range, but still interested in the job, even after I tried to discourage…See More
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Carts and Horses and Google and Search

My friend, a candidate I placed 15 years ago at MicroOptical Corporation (the company Google bought the "Google Glass" patents from) is a former Everest climber, who wrote the book on the search for Mallory and Irvine (first team to summit Everest in 1924, but died on the descent).He has a client who has developed a search engine that is much better than Google or Bing (much more specific, no extraneous results, searches text perfectly to find results, understands text rather than merely…See More
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Tim Spagnola replied to Nicholas Meyler's discussion '"Sick Candidates In Search of A Recruiter"'
"LOL"
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"Sick Candidates In Search of A Recruiter"

-- If Luigi Pirandello had been a Headhunter, the title would have been different.See More
Nov 4
Nicholas Meyler commented on Nicholas Meyler's blog post 'Analyzing the "RecruiterSpam" Problem'
"@Steve Jenkins:  So well written and well thought-out.  Thank you for sharing.  I am reading and re-reading this months after you wrote it, but I am appreciating it even more now.  Excellent feedback!  Do I deserve it?…"
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Profile Information

Name
Nicholas Meyler
Job Title
GM/President, Technology
Company
Wingate Dunross, Inc.
Which best describes your profession?
Recruiter
How many years have you been in the business?
>15 years
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries, Basic Materials, Industrial, Technology, Utilities
How many employees in your company?
<10
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http://www.wdsearch.com
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Carts and Horses and Google and Search

Posted on November 20, 2014 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

My friend, a candidate I placed 15 years ago at MicroOptical Corporation (the company Google bought the "Google Glass" patents from) is a former Everest climber, who wrote the book on the search for Mallory and Irvine (first team to summit Everest in 1924, but died on the descent).

He has a client who has developed a search engine that is much better than Google or Bing (much more specific, no extraneous results, searches text perfectly to find results, understands text rather than…

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What Do Recruiters Search For?

Posted on September 19, 2014 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

Here is an excellent article I co-wrote, primarily as a researcher and provider of facts, and editor, with Jack Thornton (a splendid technical writer).

Imbued with a few of my favorite key phrases (i.e. "bleeding edge", etc.) this article does attempt to encompass, and indeed manages to capture, the complexities of Technical Search (not only in Mechanical Engineering, but in multiple other fields, as well).

In my experience, the goal of a Search is almost always to identify…

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Lessons Learned: Ethics

Posted on September 6, 2014 at 4:36pm 0 Comments

At least three people that I have placed in the past decade (still at their jobs, at the same companies) have made over $500,000 this year. This feels good to know -- some people benefited from my work...

What's really interesting is that all three of those people actually asked me to help them find other jobs, because they weren't that happy at the companies after a year or two.  

I was very attentive to their concerns, but remained hands-off as much as possible, given the…

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