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Search Firms - Separating Fact from Fiction
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The role of an executive recruiter
Vickie welcomes Bob Bellantoni to the show. Bellantonis company is called Trading Places Executive Search, In this segment, he explains the difference between an executive search firm and other head hunters. In addition, he informs listeners that there are many opportunities out there despite several waves of layoffs at companies.
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The changing landscape of the workplace
Vickie continues her discussion with Bob Bellantoni. He talks about how the current economic situation has affected the way that job searches are conducted. Also, he discusses how job seekers can distinguish themselves from others.
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Where should job seekers look?
In her final segment with Bob Bellantoni, Vickie asks Bob whether some job seekers have advantages over others. In this current economy, are some industries hiring more frequently than others? Also, Bob stresses that as grim as the economy is; people should not give up on their searches.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Bob Bellatoni
Bob is a seasoned HR recruiter with more than 15 years experience in recruiting for large financial institutions. He founded Trading Places in 1994 with one concept in mind: Be honest, be the best and be accountable. Through Bob's efforts, Trading Places Executive Search has become one of the most recognized executive search frims in the NY Tri-state area. The firm has placed countless outstanding individuals in a variety of positoins for some of the largest, most selective institutions in the US. The mission of Trading Places is to become a dedicated partner in search, by providing the most promising positions and organizations available, and placing quality at the center of everything they do.