Salveson Stetson Executive Search Specializes

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<p><strong>Radnor, Pa. &mdash; Sept. 18</strong><br />In response to the surge in demand for human resource leaders who can successfully manage the increasingly complex talent management challenges faced today, Salveson Stetson Group has expanded its search practice to specialize in the recruitment of human resource executives. <br /><br />&ldquo;Ask CEOs what keeps them up at night and, invariably, the answer is &#39;people&#39; &mdash; they struggle to identify, develop and retain the right executives,&rdquo; said Sally Stetson, co-founder and principal of Salveson Stetson Group and practice leader of the firm&rsquo;s human resource search practice. “Talent has emerged as a critical differentiator in an increasingly competitive, global market. Our human resource search practice has been established to address organizations&rsquo; unique demands for, and the growing importance of, the human resource function.&rdquo; <br /><br />John Salveson, co-founder and principal of Salveson Stetson Group, agreed.</p><p>&ldquo;Managing human resources begins with outstanding human resource leaders who have the ability and experience to transform organizations,” Salveson said. “Since 1996, we have successfully placed hundreds of human resource executives in companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations. Women and minorities have made up more than half of our candidate slates.&rdquo;<br /><br />Salveson Stetson Group&rsquo;s human resource expertise includes:<br /></p><ul><li><strong>Intimate knowledge of the human resource function:</strong> &ldquo;We collectively have decades of relevant industry experience, and have held leadership positions with organizations including the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Human Resource Planning Society (HRPS),&rdquo; Stetson said.</li><li><strong>Extensive human resource contacts:</strong> &ldquo;Our firm is widely acknowledged for its broad and deep connections among human resource leaders both regionally and nationally,&rdquo; Salveson said.</li><li><strong>Awareness of the importance of &ldquo;cultural fit&rdquo;:</strong> &ldquo;At the core of our human resource search practice is a commitment to looking beyond the perfect resume to identify candidates who fit seamlessly into a company&rsquo;s culture,&rdquo; Stetson said. &ldquo;We invest heavily in learning about a workplace&rsquo;s culture, so both tangible and intangible aspects are aligned.&rdquo;<br /></li></ul>

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