Deal Making

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The process of negotiating the terms of an acceptable offer which includes all forms of compensation as well as delineating the terms of employment and extent of the authority inherent n the role.  This goes beyond base salary to account for all monetary and non-monetary instruments. These may include a signing bonus; an annual bonus; a long-term incentive plan; profit-sharing; a phantom share, restricted share, or stock option plan; health insurance; life and disability insurance; a pension plan; private school fees for children; accommodations; club memberships; housing allowance or loans; and so on. As well as KPIs reflected in the roles success.

Executive Recruiting for Dummies Cheat Sheet

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Rock Star Recruiting: Only For Organizations That Want to Do it Correctly the First Time Executive Recruiting Cheat Sheet This cheat sheet is must know information if you want to be a Rock Star Recruiter and consistently hire Tier-1 Executive Talent no matter the market.   Hiring a new

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Top 10 reasons to use Perry-Martel International for Your Next Executive Search

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