May

Job hopping and resume gaps - how to interview

by Joe Opaleski

The Great Resignation, a nickname for the period in 2020 and 2021 where resignation rates spiked in the U.S., is having a lasting impact on workplace culture and talent acquisition.

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May

The rise of the transaction advisory candidate in healthcare services organizations

by  Josh Kotelnicki

Traditionally, the Charles Aris Corporate Development Practice has introduced the search work we do as “recruiting and placing current and former investment bankers.” In healthcare, recent data suggests we may need to expand this introduction to include “current and former transaction advisory talent from finance and accounting firms.”

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May

The emergence of the “Rising Star” Corp Dev candidate in PE Portfolios

by TJ Deal

In our last Corporate Development Quarterly Newsletter, we examined the shifting paradigm of reporting structure for corporate development leaders in private equity portfolio companies. Despite this upward movement in strategic focus and reporting structure, the average tenure of our head of corporate development placements has dropped over the last three years.

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May

M&A search volume grows despite market concerns

by Diane DeRosa-Fedor 

As the economy continues to show indications of a potential recession, we often get asked by candidates and clients about our search volume, and if the current climate is leading to a downturn in the number of searches we are starting. The answer so far ... is no. 

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May

Employment offers: Why the delay?

by Eric SpellPractice Leader at Charles Aris

For both active and passive talent, delayed employment offers can be the source of unnecessary stress and anxiety. While employers often have valid reasons for delaying these offers, waiting too long can result in losing their candidate of choice.

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