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Why executive search firms are worth their weight in gold

There are a number of benefits of using executive search firms when companies are looking to hire senior professionals. The stakes are high when companies are looking to hire important, often critical, senior-level executives to their organisation. For starters, the salaries on offer for these roles can often be in excess of six figures.

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Why executive search firms are worth their weight in gold

There are a number of benefits of using executive search firms when companies are looking to hire senior professionals. The stakes are high when companies are looking to hire important, often critical, senior-level executives to their organisation. For starters, the salaries on offer for these roles can often be in excess of six figures.